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Stories for March 30, 2012
The handsome old building is slated to be demolished to create a needed open plaza for the hospital complex. But must the choice between saving a building for unneeded medical purposes and having a small park? Here's a better way.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Jon Wells writes well and has thoroughly documented the repeated bumbling and cavalier disregard for achieving a championship among the leadership of a franchise that is mediocre or worse. But can fans take the pain of remembering?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Winners and Losers: The Supreme Court's activists (the conservatives) strutted their stuff in questioning the Affordable Care Act, sending their supporters into victory lap mode. Back here, Rob McKenna is probably fine either way.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
It took decades to get a law enacted. But if we're going to rethink the federal role here, should we also stop having the feds favor companies with tax breaks?READ MORE 10 COMMENTS