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Michael Hicks: READI grant a big success, important policy

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This week Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced the distribution of roughly a half billion dollars for READI Grant proposals.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Why were you not in Edwardsville, Amazon?

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At 5:45 a.m. Saturday morning, a press conference was held in downstate Edwardsville.

Jerry William Miller

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FRANKLIN

John Krull: Cuomo, CNN and the cut that goes both ways

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Some years ago, a friend of mine became part of a big news story.

Morton Marcus: Are we cutting the pie differently?

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In 2007, 143.2 million wage and salaried employees in the U.S. were paid $6.4 trillion.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Pfizer’s latest COVID breakthrough

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Tuesday hailed his company’s antiviral pill Paxlovid as a “game changer” after final trial data showed it reduced risk of hospitalization among high-risk groups by nearly 90%.

David Carlson: Democracy is under fire

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Twenty years ago, I spent a summer working on a log cabin in Wisconsin that was built nearly a hundred years ago.

More mirthful memories

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Here is Part Two of my look back on the people, places and peculiarities that made it into my column in 2021.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: When misinformation blocked out science and reason

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A story in last week’s Tribune sounded a familiar theme of misinformation in the midst of a public health crisis blocking out science and reason.

Lee Hamilton: To stay competitive, U.S. should focus on fundamentals

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The United States emerged in the 20th century as the world’s most powerful and competitive nation.