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Letters to the Editor

June 20, 2022

Dear editor,  This past week, I read that nearly half of all Americans who take prescription medications face serious barriers to care from their insurers. Worse still, once patients are granted access to their life-saving medications, one in three insured Americans still struggle to afford ...

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Ending The War in Ukraine…and US Involvement By Karla Schultz, NJ School Nurse and Veteran of Army National Guard I was filling up my car with gas recently and used it as an opportunity to talk with my  daughter about inflation and how it means that we need to cut back on some of our spending ...

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Sparta Mountain Continues, Flawed NJ Forest Management Plan moves to a Committee, without Moratorium. Proforestation somehow escaped NJDEP's approach, while Governor speaks of Climate? Greenwashing happening in these documents and in the actions that the DEP promotes. A sort of "competitive ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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