Daily Archive : Monday December 4, 2017

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    The candidate filing period ended Monday, officially ushering in the campaign for county, state and congressional seats in the March 20, 2018, primary.

    Editorial: Be an educated voter and build a better government

    A Daily Herald editorial calls on voters to do their homework and learn about candidates and issues in the March 20 primary election.

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    Attacks on reform are dishonest
    A Grayslake letter to the editor: The dishonesty of those people attacking the tax cut Republicans have finally passed in the Senate is beyond comprehension for anybody who has run an international business or understands how our economy works.

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    Don’t expect more jobs from this tax plan
    A Schaumburg letter to the editor: By a show of hands, let’s see how many are gullible enough to believe that lowering a corporation’s tax rate will cause them to hire.

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    Hypocrisy inherent in GOP’s approach
    A Schaumburg letter to the editor: Hypocrisy, a definition: In the 2014 election cycle, the Republican mantra was to stress the importance of cutting government spending and decrease the federal deficit.

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    CLAP for safety on foot, cycle
    A Palatine letter to the editor: I want to thank writer Marni Pyke and the Daily Herald for your early November articles on the increasing number of accidents involving vehicles and bikers/walkers in the suburbs.

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    Debt ruining America’s future
    A Mount Prospect letter to the editor: We must be kidding ourselves again. With a $20.4 trillion U.S. federal government debt, we once again want to raise the national deficit ceiling to pay our bills.

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    Competitive bids not the answer on engineering
    A letter to the editor: Imagine you wake up with severe chest pains. Is your first reaction to seek “bids” from doctors or would you rather have one that is most qualified?

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    #MeToo focus shifting away from empowerment
    A Lake Villa letter to the editor: As I scanned Facebook that morning, dozens of #MeToo’s greeting me, I first felt an intrusion, then an embrace from a revealed sisterhood.

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    Louise Koester led way for other women in Mount Prospect
    Letter to the editor: Dr. Linda Murray says Dr. Louise Koester paved the way for other female physicians to work in Mount Prospect.

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    Palatine Township doesn’t need parliamentarian, just a mom
    Letter to the editor: A Palatine mother of three offers to be the referee at Palatine Township board meetings.

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    Illinois tax rate really is highest
    In the Nov. 28 Daily Herald “Your Views” there was a letter written by Mich Barbezat of Elgin saying that the tax rate for Illinois was less than our neighboring states at 3.75 percent. He was incorrect.

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    Thanks for continued support of Turkey Trot
    A Naperville letter to the editor: On behalf of the members of the Naperville Noon Lions Club, I would like to thank the residents of Naperville and surrounding communities and our sponsors for the overwhelming support for our 20th annual Turkey Trot

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