Widen scope of affirmative action

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments that sought to end affirmative action on college campuses.

Bianchini: Don't ban fiction

These books have all been banned or challenged by school districts and communities for a plethora of reasons.

McElroy: Vote no on new jail

With Johnson County's current jail seeing 160 people per day despite maxing out at 92, the $46.8 million tab for anew Justice Center has been put on the ballot for November.

Hagle: Congress has the purse strings

The question is, can presidents really do anything to improve job prospects for unemployed Americans?  The answer is both yes and no.

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