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SET Act to help ensure veterans receive care

June 4, 2014 While serving our country, many veterans sustain a variety of injuries. more »»

Write in the defense of our military veterans

June 3, 2014 It’s been said that whenever reformist politicians take office in Washington, the vast federal bureaucracy has a message for them: We were here when you arrived, and we’ll be here when you’re gone. more »»

Recent visit with Palestinians finds continuing injustice

May 28, 2014 So much has stirred inside of me since my return from Palestine May 17. What a warm welcome I received from friends inside the Old City, Hebron. more »»

DATA: A fiscal victory for the American people

May 20, 2014 Over the last couple of weeks, something remarkable happened in Washington. Congress passed a bill and the president signed it. more »»

To an absent friend, Chuck, who taught him to be passionate

May 17, 2014 Rick?Bean is publisher of The (Durham) Herald-Sun and The High Point Enterprise. He wrote this column about Chuck Cooper for those newspapers and offered it to The A-T for publication. more »»

Invest in Ohio’s transportation infrastructure

May 16, 2014 We know infrastructure investments and job creation go hand-in-hand. more »»

Turning tide of drug abuse involves treatment

May 10, 2014 Over the past few weeks, I traveled across our state, visiting with small business owners, steel workers and students to hear their views on the challenges facing our communities. more »»

Combating the rise of antimicrobial resistance

May 6, 2014 In April, I visited University Hospitals in Cleveland to discuss antimicrobial resistance, a public health crisis that affects 2 million Americans each year. more »»

Moving toward a comprehensive energy strategy

May 6, 2014 In the coming weeks, the United States Senate will have the opportunity to take a real step forward toward a true all-of-the-above energy policy when we consider bipartisan legislation I introduced... more »»

League supports Tiffin City Schools levy issue

April 25, 2014 The League of Women Voters of the Tiffin Area urges your support of the Tiffin City Schools levy May 6. The 4. more »»

League wants voters to get informed before election

April 17, 2014 It is always best to be prepared when you go to the polls to vote. Know the offices, those running for those offices and the issues. more »»

Stopping credit reporting errors important for future

April 15, 2014 Your credit report has an enormous impact on your financial futur. more »»

City needs to get moving on curbside recycling

April 9, 2014 Curbside recycling in the city of Tiffin is stalled. Again. more »»

One size does not fit the educational needs of all students

April 5, 2014 In response to “Comparison Misleading” that appeared in The Advertiser-Tribune March 22 by Matt Wolph, director of North Central Academy, I have an answer to his question as to why students are... more »»

Tax Day, America needs jobs, not higher taxes

April 3, 2014 April 15 is around the corner, and the taxman is happy. more »»

Job growth would increase income, close gap

March 28, 2014 When I talk to Ohioans about their concerns, whether it is a mom from Richland County who joined me on a tele-townhall recently or an autoworker I met at a plant in Toledo last week, one issue is... more »»

Use tax incentives to attract manufacturing jobs

March 19, 2014 In Ohio, we know manufacturing can create a path to the middle class. more »»

Employers, workers have option for coverage

March 19, 2014 Latest forecasts indicated an increase of 20 percent to 50 percent for small business group health care coming in the near futur. more »»

Overclassification is a growing menace to freedom

March 16, 2014 Last month, Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper got a lot of people’s attention when he conceded the American people should have been told that the National Security Agency was... more »»

In rare move, agency finds FOIA trumps HIPAA

March 16, 2014 News organizations regularly encounter government agencies and other organizations that profess they are unable to provide important information in the public’s interest because of restrictions... more »»



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