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Pritzker should bill past legislators, not residents

Maybe Gov. Pritzker can identify past lawmakers whose legislation has had negative long-term effects and ask them to pay for their mistakes rather than taxing residents of the state.

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Sun cycles may be responsible for global warming

To The Herald-Whig: There is a unique new set of commercials on TV from a phone company called Mint Mobile. The common thread in each is that the gross or unthinkable situation they are about to show you elicits a response of "That's not right!"

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Farmers encouraged by Waters of the U.S. remake

To The Herald-Whig: In June 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a two-step process to review and revise the definition of waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) under the Clean Water Act.

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Durbin, Duckworth both voted against life

To The Herald-Whig: It is unbelievable that both of our U.S. senators from Illinois would vote for infanticide, by voting no on the born alive bill last week in the Senate.

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Radiology group contract not renewed with hospital

As president of an independent diagnostic radiology practice contracted with Blessing Hospital for much of the 1990's, I saw our six-partner group experience a difficult relationship with hospital management.

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90th birthday brought family, friends

Thank you to family and friends for attending my 90th birthday celebration party.

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Friends, family made 90th birthday special

I want to thank you to my family and friends for making my 90th birthday special.

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Doberman pinscher war dogs ignored on USPS stamps

To The Herald-Whig: The U.S. Postal Service recently honored military service dogs. There are four breeds represented in the commemorative stamp set. However, one of the first breeds in the military service was left out -- the stately Doberman pinscher.

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Ambulatory surgery center about putting patient needs first

For years, we have worked and lived in this great community. We are friends, parents, grandparents. We are you. As physicians, we are here first for our patients.

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Safety issues push Quincy Recycle to end public drop-off

Local government officials recently approved a plan for an opt-in, citywide recycling program. The program's anticipated participation levels will have various effects on Quincy Recycle Paper (QRP).