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August 5, 2015
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Taxpayers foot bill for legislators' corporate-interest indoctrination

Several lawmakers have returned home (last) week with their heads filled with more bad ideas and destructive policies for Kansas.

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Monday 08/03/2015
Health care's solid progression
Posted: August 03, 2015

To many critics, the Affordable Care Act is perhaps the most ironically named law ever passed, saddling the country with dysfunctional markets that drive up insurance costs. … In the first two years of the law's phase-in, the facts didn't support this view. Notwithstanding some sensational news reports, neither do they now.

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Friday 07/31/2015
The possibility of the impossible
Posted: July 31, 2015

The Courier has opened its editorial columns to the ministers of the Winfield area, giving each in turn an opportunity to submit a guest editorial. The opinions expressed are those of the writer and do not necessarily agree with those of the Courier.

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Thursday 07/30/2015
Demise of bioscience authority example of state reversing investment
Posted: July 30, 2015

Once upon a time, Kansas was bullish on economic development. It surveyed the existing emerging industries and identified the biosciences as an opportunity that aligned well with the state's strengths, creating an opportunity for growth.

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Wednesday 07/29/2015
The inadequate search for a cure to Alzheimer's
Updated: July 29, 2015 - 4:11 pm

The fight against Alzheimer's disease tallied a small victory last week, when two new drugs were found that possibly slow its relentless attack on brain cells. But the search for a cure isn't moving nearly quickly enough.

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Tuesday 07/28/2015
Kansas election officials should welcome audit of voting machine data
Posted: July 28, 2015

Secretary of State Kris Kobach and election officials in Sedgwick County should welcome an audit that would compare election results reported by voting machines in that county with the paper backup that records each ballot cast on the machines. 

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Monday 07/27/2015
The unplanning
Posted: July 27, 2015

Members of Kansas’ congressional delegation are among those seizing the opportunity to pounce on Planned Parenthood’s disgrace for a videotaped sting recording a disturbing conversation about brokering fetal tissue from abortions.

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Friday 07/24/2015
Law and man
Posted: July 24, 2015

The Courier has opened its editorial columns to the ministers of the Winfield area, giving each in turn an opportunity to submit a guest editorial. The opinions expressed are those of the writer and do not necessarily agree with those of the Courier.

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Thursday 07/23/2015
Your car could be hacked — and that's no minor prank
Posted: July 23, 2015

It's a scenario out of a Stephen King novel: A driver cruising along a busy highway suddenly finds his car taken over by an outside force. First it's just the radio, the wipers and the air conditioning behaving chaotically. Then — as an 18-wheeler bears down at high speed — the transmission shuts down.

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Monday 07/20/2015
Medical marijuana research needs support of Congress
Posted: July 20, 2015

Members of Congress are often eager to admit they're not scientists. The trouble is, they also don't like listening to scientists and have tried to keep them from shaping federal policy. … 

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Friday 07/17/2015
'Art in Heaven'
Posted: July 17, 2015

The Courier has opened its editorial columns to the ministers of the Winfield area, giving each in turn an opportunity to submit a guest editorial. The opinions expressed are those of the writer and do not necessarily agree with those of the Courier.

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Thursday 07/30/2015
Farmer and Rancher
Friday 07/24/2015
Fair Days
Friday 06/19/2015
Fair Premium Catalog
Thursday 05/28/2015
Farmer and Rancher
Friday 05/22/2015
Automotive Guide
Friday 05/15/2015
Graduation TAB

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