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In this age of hyperbolic political discourse, it makes sense to do your own research about subjects that are always contentious. I do that by regularly delving into each side’s presentation. My efforts have been very revealing.

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Did you know there are approximately 430,000 individuals in Iowa who are deaf or hard of hearing? Did you know that Iowa’s D/HOH children ages 0-5 are not showing up as kindergarten ready due to lack of language acquisition?

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Thank you Nonpareil for finally speaking up in “Our View” about the ridiculous idea of spending $1.7 million on a connector between the two Thomas Jefferson High School buildings. I have been very concerned about the safety of our children at Tee Jay.

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One of the most enjoyable parts of working at the YMCA is the opportunity to interact with so many different members of Iowa communities. Regardless of where people grew up or what they are doing today, just about everyone has a “Y story.”

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It’s 3 a.m. and I’m staring at the ceiling in a cold sweat. My mind is consumed with worry and fear. Instead of sleeping, I’m trying to figure out how my husband and I will afford health insurance for our family next year.