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Our Opinion | March 28, 2015
Cheers & Jeers ...
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Our Opinion | March 27, 2015
Tipster helps Butler police put a very bad guy away
The case of Matthew G. Hamersley should deeply disturb residents of Butler, and not just because of the garish prison tattoos on Hamersley’s face. It’s his criminal record that pushes our inner panic button.

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Our Opinion | March 25, 2015
Federal fracking rules could help the environment — and industry
Rules were issued last week by the Interior Department to set standards for hydraulic fracturing. The new rules are aimed at strengthening protections for human health and the environment.

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Our Opinion | March 24, 2015
How will guns and college classrooms mix?
I’ve been thinking about how my college classroom will look and feel next fall if some of my students are carrying handguns on their hips.

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Our Opinion | March 24, 2015
Progress section conveys pride in economic climate
Midway through the first decade of the new millennium, Butler County is experiencing an economic renaissance, punctuated across the region with large and small construction projects. The 2015 Progress Edition included with today’s Butler Eagle provides a 48-page snapshot of this ongoing rebirth, along with explanations of what all the changes mean for the future of the region we call home.

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Our Opinion | March 23, 2015
Pa. debate over defining charities should go further, look at costs
State lawmakers in Pennsylvania are advancing legislation that would give the General Assembly the authority to craft the definition of a charity, granting the associated tax exemptions. The measure would let legislators establish uniform standards for public charities rather than have the issue determined by standards crafted by the state courts.

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