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OP-ED: Tri-City Medical Center Board Elections are Critical to the Future of Region’s Healthcare

By Bret Schanzenbach, Scott Ashton, and Rachel Beld The Chambers of Commerce of Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista have had a long and vital relationship with the Tri-City Healthcare ...

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Op-Ed: Hey Los Angeles: More public restrooms, please!

By Stephen Cooper I have to pee. But I can hold it; thank you, God! I can hold it until I get there, and everything will be fine. ...

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Op-Ed: Concerning Our Endless Quest for Self-Improvement

By Stephen A. Cooper, Esq. To counterbalance the competitive pace of the digital age, and the cacophony of self-help gurus—always more voluble at the start of a new ...

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Women Surviving the Streets

By Arnold Burgos On February 17, 2017, an unnamed homeless woman was found lifeless in the doorway of a Mission Life Church in Fresno California. Her lifeless body ...

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