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Interior Policy

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  • Chilly warning: Free speech might not be hassle free

    Imagine speaking at a city commission meeting on a hot-button topic and then a few weeks later getting a letter from a corporate lawyer that reads: "We intend to examine all of your records, yard signs, notes, surveillance tapes, telephone and cell...
  • Monsters in our midst

    "It was loaded with meaning and death." Oh lethal, ticklish topic. So many people love guns and swear by them -- many of them people with whom I am otherwise in essential political agreement. And it's not like I relish a debate about "gun control," a...
  • Don't assume liberals always put principles before profits

    Leland Yee, a Democratic state senator and candidate for secretary of state in California, has been a longtime champion of gun control. This week he was arrested on numerous charges, including conspiracy to deal firearms without a license and conspiracy...
  • Better gun laws needed to protect the mentally ill -- and the rest of us

    The federal government believed Colby Sue Weathers was a paranoid schizophrenic. It had information that she was delusional and suicidal, unable to work and therefore eligible for Medicaid and disability benefits. One summer day in 2012, Weathers...
  • Planning for a short sale before buying new home

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Our current home is underwater. Like many others, we owe more than it would actually sell for in today's market. We have a decent amount of savings set aside that we plan to use as a down payment for our next house....
  • Retired Judges Cash In

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's March 14 nomination of 66-year-old Democratic National Committeeman Anthony V. Avallone for a Superior Court judgeship has highlighted the fact that Connecticut's retirement program for judges is more generous than for other...
  • Show of hands not proper procedure for board election

    Q: For the past few years, the election of directors to my condominium board has not occurred by written ballot or proxy at an annual meeting. Instead, there is an open board meeting at which a majority of the unit owners raise their hands to retain the...
  • Court rules in favor of association in assessment case

    Condominium owners cannot stop paying their assessments because they are unhappy about how the property is taken care of, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled March 20. Such is the verdict in a long-running dispute between a Highland Park condominium...
  • Even old hands are stunned by Yee allegations

    SACRAMENTO — If there has ever been a more nauseating corruption scandal in Sacramento, I'm not aware of it. Certainly not in the past 50 years. The notion of a legislator masquerading as a gun control crusader while offering to help a mobster...
  • It's time to extend Sawgrass Expressway to I-95

    Why does the Sawgrass Expressway end so abruptly — and illogically — before it meets Interstate 95 in Deerfield Beach? Because that's what small-minded political leaders and community obstructionists wanted when the highway was built a...
  • One California for me, another for thee

    No place on the planet is as beautiful and as naturally rich as California. And few places have become as absurd. Currently, three California state senators are either under felony indictment or already have been convicted. State Sen. Leland Yee (D-...