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  • Treating guns as public health issue remains wrong-headed

    A coalition of medical and gun control lobbying organizations has renewed a familiar call to treat the misuse of firearms in our society as a public health issue (“Diagnosis: Gun deaths and injuries are a public health issue,” by Dan Gross and Georges Benjamin, The Hill’s Congress Blog, April 1...

  • GOP brought controversy on itself with religious freedom law

    Apparently, corporations’ narrative outrage against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act should cease to exist (“Fiorina blasts Apple CEO’s ‘hypocrisy’ over Indiana law,” April 3).

    As much as conservatives love to deflect from criticism, they have no one to blame but themselves for...

  • Fossil fuel industry groups want to slow progress on climate change

    It has come to my attention that The Hill published blatant misinformation on climate change written in an op-ed by William O’Keefe (“Forecast the Facts, merchants of smear,” April 1), who has no interest in climate change, just in slowing any progress made to curtail carbon emissions as it...

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  • US, EU and trade

    While the U.S.-EU relationship is already quite strong, many obstacles to trade remain in place.

  • Water crisis requires all hands on deck

    The truth is, the availability of safe, clean water is something most Americans assume they have and don’t give it much thought. 

  • In patent debate, small inventors deserve a seat at the table

    Small businesses are leading the nation in innovating and creating new ideas, which lead to jobs and growth.