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Let's watch Waterford-Halfmoon school experiment

Local school districts looking to squeeze more learning into the school day should keep an eye on the Watervliet-Halfmoon school district.

Loosening medical marijuana rules a good step forward

Loosening medical marijuana rules a good step forward

More needs to be done to get vital drug to patients in need

Also be critical of Clinton supporters

*Also be critical of Clinton supporters
*Clintons coated with stench of corruption
*Klueg will accomplish things in the Senate
*Tedisco will continue to fight for animals

Weigh in on Hudson River barge anchorage grounds

Anchoring sites for large fuel barges could pose problems for environment, tourism

Charles M. Blow: Trump shows his duplicity with shift on immigration

Donald Trump is the internet troll of presidential politics

Grateful to all who brought moving wall

*Grateful to all who brought moving wal
*Tedisco’s support of Trump loses a vote
*Getting a cat out of a tree no easy venture
*Republicans should be supporting Trump
*Sending kids away is not way to help them
*Fischer will help bring new jobs to the region

Protect mail carriers from dog attacks

Upstate among highest in country for incidents

Joe Conason: Gullible media misled by phony Foundation “scandal”

Americans may now believe the Clinton Foundation was set up as a “pay to play” scheme

Palestinians must accept two-state plan

*Palestinians must accept two-state plan
*Future generations should protect parks
*Moser not hiding his fitness for Assembly
*Tedisco brings much experience to Senate
*Proud to back Kleug for Senate in primary

EPA should have been at Hoosick Falls hearing

Agency had obligation to help provide full picture of contamination culpability

Hey loser, don't toss scratch-offs on lawn

*Hey loser, don't toss scratch-offs on lawn
*Some qualities not wanted in a president
*Don't waste vote by writing in candidates
*Society needs more love, unity to thrive
*Pro-life supporters should back Fischer

Public should attend Beech-Nut forum tonight

6 p.m. tonight, Canajoharie village offices, Erie Boulevard, Canajoharie

New York primary letters to the editor due Friday

New York primary letters to the editor due Friday

The New York primary is Sept. 13! The Daily Gazette welcomes letters to the editor from readers.

Give public direct say over vital issues

*Give public direct say over vital issues
*Vote for candidate Jesus would support
*Klueg has given self to Indian Lake teens

Charles Krauthammer: Hillary sets new standard for definition of bri

Bernie Sanders never understood the epic quality of the Clinton scandals

Don't be so quick to criticize pink camo

*Don't be so quick to criticize pink camo
*Pet adoption is more complex than stated
*Tedisco stood against Common Core flaws
*Schenectady's public servants truly serve

Linda Chavez: Trump’s new immmigration plan looks suspiciously like old GOP amnesty bill

It would be funny if the stakes weren’t so deadly serious

David Harsanyi: Ignore environmental doomsayers: It’s OK to have kids

“Should We Be Having Kids In The Age Of Climate Change?”

Tax break for others before Olympians

*Tax break for others before Olympians
*What has Trump said to warrant support?
*Vote against worst of the two candidates

Maintain, protect our splendid national parks

As we celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service this month, it’s a good time to remind ourselves how important it is to preserve these spectacular areas, as well as the other natural resources we have in our own backyard, which allow us to experience and enjoy the environment in its purist form.

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