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The following editorial appeared in the San Jose, Calif., Mercury News on Monday, Dec. 8
Should it remain nonpartisan budget auditor or serve aims of controlling party?
UPS now treats women appropriately, but case will decide general rule.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan: "This is nothing short of a moral issue."
Property costs, and which ones will be affected, are need-to-know details.
Inevitability of attack is not theoretical or reassuring.
Healthy employment is in politicians' self-interest, so let the healing continue.
State Game and Fish should be aggressively releasing information.
Poll workers also need better training, evaluation before the big day.
Now St. Louis must move forward and address community biases.
A few ideas for the ultimate in holiday gift-giving.
Board must demand detailed information about what administrator is doing, saying.
China, U.S. must regularly re-examine and upgrade commitments to show they're serious.
Kids, elderly Tucsonan trade off knowledge, skills.
New governor must reach out to Tucson.
Infrastructure investment could improve government's finances by boosting growth more than debt.
Justice has been delayed too long for public schools, students.
Recap of the Star's endorsements for the 2014 general election.
Editorial board selected its choices after extensive research, interviews.
Extending pathway for STEM graduates and Dreamers is good place to start.
Tucson needs sensitive plan for ticketing during gem show, other big events.
Tucson's students share their views on education.
Southern Arizona's students share their views on education.
Candidates DuVal, Ducey give their stands on school issues.
US should fight against increased jurisdiction.
Knowing who backs which candidate be helpful to voters.
This assertion of sovereignty is a swaggering, ill-conceived waste of time.
The Star recommends voting no on a pay raise for state legislators.
County's animal care center is overcrowded and must have more space.
He advocates for health-care access and education. Also understands national issues.
Incumbent is strong advocate for constituents in 11 of 15 Arizona counties.
We support the Democrat’s collaborative approach.
He's been effective, his views, particularly on social issues, align with ours.
Two candidates are positioned to bring new perspective to district's significant problems.
TMC Foundation head has deep roots in the community, commitment to education.
Hernandez is tenacious board member; Pavey has realistic approach.
He is a qualified, intelligent, visionary candidate ready with detailed plans.
Lengthy experience working in office with Republicans, Democrats makes her better choice.
His background as attorney general, mayor of Phoenix make him best qualified.
Incumbents are best choices to represent district running through Tucson's center.
2 Democrats, 1 Republican — all newcomers — best for north-side district.
Sitting representatives and senator show dedication to constituents, should return.
Strong candidates vie for two seats in state house of representative.
Two of four respond on key issues for consumers.
Competitors can work together to build markets, train workers
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