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Tony Maxwell, a retired African-American naval officer, was trying to get his Jacksonville, Florida, neighbor to go vote with him. The young neighbor, a high-school-dropout, had no interest.

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Q: When will the United Kingdom officially leave the European Union as part of Brexit?

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This year’s stock market saw high returns for month after month, as retirees and stock runners alike saw their portfolios rise. Then one day this fall, the market took a turn, and all of the increases of the past several months vanished.

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With the election over and a new Congress ready to be sworn in this January, I’m ready for a new, less toxic style of politics.

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We thank labor unions for the eight-hour work day, pensions, the weekend, and many other employment benefits Americans enjoy. Organized workers staged direct actions — strikes, sit-ins, boycotts, etc. — forcing bosses to the bargaining table. It’s a history most of us learn in high school.

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Across the nation we’re already seeing advertisements and holiday decorations. Soon the news cycle will buzz with which major chain is offering the latest deals to hold out for. What you might not hear about, but should, are the mom-and-pop shops, the corner bakeries, and the Main Street mar…

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Q: What is the difference between Veterans Day, Memorial Day and Armed Forces Day?

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I can’t be the only one who spent the night of the midterms tossing and turning. Though I managed to shut off the coverage and try to sleep, spasms of anxiety woke me repeatedly throughout the dreary hours.

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Collectively, veteran-owned businesses employ five million workers and generate $1.1 trillion in receipts (https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/SBO_Facts_VOB.pdf). At the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), numbers like these are important, but ultimately it is through the successes…

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Over 60 percent of Americans — including majorities of Republicans, independents, and Democrats — believe that the adult use of marijuana ought to be legal. And an estimated 20 percent of Americans now live in a state where cannabis use by those over the age of 21 is permitted.

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Few people, however unfairly, regard Southwest Ohio as a particularly exhilarating place. But every two to four years, just drawing breath there felt like a rush for a kid drawn to politics.

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About two dozen residents gathered in front of the Huntingdon County Courthouse Monday night to take a stand against domestic violence and let victims and survivors know they’re not alone.

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In partnership with The Daily News, the Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce is providing this article to help you make an informed decision during the Tuesday, Nov. 6 election. Questions were developed based on responses from a survey the chamber conducted of local businesses.

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Q: Why is October’s full moon called the hunter’s moon?

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One more time: Journalists are not the enemy. Encouraging violence against them isn’t OK, Oct. 21

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We want to thank state Rep. Rich Irvin for his second concealed carry event with Huntingdon County Sheriff Jeff Leonard and Huntingdon County District Attorney Dave Smith. Any time our elected officials help citizens to understand their constitutional rights, it’s a good thing. We weren’t th…

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Q: What counties have legalized the recreational use of marijuana nationwide?

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The Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce and The Daily News have partnered to provide you with some insight into the candidates for U.S. Senate. U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D) is up for re-election Tuesday, Nov. 6. His opponents are Lou Barletta (R), Dale Kerns (L) and Neal Gale (G). The candidate…

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Now that campaigning for the Tuesday, Nov. 6, general election has started, it is expected there will be Letters to the Editor in support of or in opposition to various candidates for elected offices.

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The Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce and The Daily News have partnered to provide you with some insight into the candidates for the state’s 81st Legislative District. The questions developed by the chamber’s government affairs committee are based on results of a survey conducted of loca…

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Now that campaigning for the Tuesday, Nov. 6, general election has started, it is expected there will be Letters to the Editor in support of or in opposition to various candidates for elected offices.

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Once again the Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce has partnered with The Daily News to help you become an informed voter. With the Tuesday, Nov. 6, election approaching quickly, we will be running a series of candidate questions and answers over the next few weeks. The chamber conducted a…