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Court should let EPA help Adirondacks

June 29, 2013 Hopefully the Supreme Court will recognize that the people of the United States need their federal government to reduce acid rain and mercury pollution. more »»

New legislation could help municipalities

June 28, 2013 State legislators deserve credit for two proposals that were passed Friday. They will not solve the financial problems of local municipalities, but they are a step in the right direction. more »»

High court upholds liberty for gay couples

June 27, 2013 New York state was ahead of the curve in allowing gay marriage two years ago this week. On Wednesday, in a 5-4 vote, the U.S. more »»

State railroad review is welcome

June 24, 2013 We’re glad the state departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation have decided to reopen the unit management plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid railroad corridor. more »»

Yes on Township 40, maybe on mining

June 22, 2013 In November, if you’re an eligible voter, you’ll be asked to choose yes or no to some amendments to the state Constitution. more »»

Time for a federal office of civil rights

June 21, 2013 Basic freedoms — the ones cited in the Declaration of Independence and guaranteed by the Constitution and Bill of Rights — were given a lot of thought by our nation’s founders. more »»

Eroding Americans’ privacy, liberty

June 20, 2013 Government officials’ reactions to revelations the privacy of millions of Americans has been invaded would be laughable were the situation not so serious. more »»

An important outside-the-Park voice

June 17, 2013 We’ll join the chorus of state Adirondack Park Agency commissioners in publicly praising and thanking Cecil Wray for his service to the Park, the state and the people in his 14 years on the APA board. more »»

A new daily for Lake Placid visitors

June 15, 2013 Many people consider Lake Placid the heart of the Adirondacks. If so, its many visitors are the lifeblood being pumped through our economy. more »»

Tax-free campus plan sounding familiar

June 14, 2013 The more we hear, and don’t hear, about the Tax-Free NY proposal unveiled last month by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the more it sounds like it could be called Empire Zone 2.0. more »»

Feds try to keep their email addresses secret

June 13, 2013 Lots of people use more than one email address, for very good reasons. People who use email at work usually maintain separate personal accounts, for example. more »»

Vote yes to Tupper Lake school budget

June 12, 2013 We encourage Tupper Lake Central School District residents to vote yes to the second version of the 2013-14 school budget Tuesda. more »»

Outrage over tax avoidance is selective

June 10, 2013 Some champions of the free market insist Congress — usually its liberal wing — simply can’t abide with success. more »»

Off the record about journalist harassment

June 8, 2013 How ironic: Attorney General Eric Holder thinks the Justice Department ought to have full access to how journalists report the news, and even to some reporters’ personal communications. more »»

Court should rein in greedy lawyers

June 7, 2013 Many of us have received the class-action settlement notices in the mail. more »»

IRS staff lives large at conferences

June 6, 2013 “Taxpayers should take comfort that a conference like this would not take place today,” assured acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Danny Werfel last week. more »»

60 more days to solve ER dilemma

June 1, 2013 Given the strength of the blowback from Lake Placid, Adirondack Health’s Board of Trustees was smart to put off its decision on whether to cut costs by converting the 24/7 emergency department at it... more »»

Lawmakers right to fix military problem

May 31, 2013 Clearly, the U.S. armed forces approach to preventing sexual assaults is not working. A year ago, the Pentagon estimated about 19,000 members of the military had been sexually assaulted in 2011. more »»

Inconsistency in going after terror suspects

May 29, 2013 President Barack Obama’s position on the terrorist attack last fall at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is puzzling in the extreme. U.. more »»



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