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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

No one should be denied the right to see loved one before death

No one should be denied the right to see loved one before death
By Heather M. Ross
March 13, 2002

In October 2000, Bill Flanigan's longtime partner, Robert Daniel, was admitted to the University of Maryland Medical System's Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Arctic Refuge should be left untouched

Arctic Refuge should be left untouched
By Debbie S. Miller
March 12, 2002

I have explored the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska many times over the past three decades.

War on terrorism is extended to the Philippines

War on terrorism is extended to the Philippines
By John Gershman
March 11, 2002

The recent ransom demand for an American missionary couple in the Philippines brings into focus the new U.S.

Judge's bias skews the scales of justice

Judge's bias skews the scales of justice
By Michael Adams
March 7, 2002

To those who live in Alabama, it's no secret: Roy Moore considers his personal religious beliefs to be the law above all others.

That might not be so bad if Roy Moore weren't the chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

Government should end poverty, not push marriage

Government should end poverty, not push marriage
By Marie C. Wilson
March 7, 2002

When you think about government priorities, marriage isn't the first thing that comes to mind.

But the Bush administration plans on spending $300 million annually to encourage women who receive welfare to get married.

Administration officials have lamented that states have made little progress toward one goal of the 1996 welfare-reform law: that of promoting marriage.