NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK VOICES: Jim Zachary – Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times

Newspapers protect First Amendment rights With just 45 words the founders guaranteed five — no six — basic freedoms, fundamental American rights. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment…

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NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK VOICES: Jack ‘Miles’ Ventimigilia – Richmond (Mo.) Daily News

First Amendment binds all American freedoms Freedom of the press, of speech, of religion, of assembly and to petition the government are woven, like stars in the flag, into the…

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NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK VOICES: Bill Rogers, S.C. Press Association

  Each day during this National Newspaper Week, which runs October 6-12, we will publish a column celebrating the essential nature of the First Amendment and the need for a…

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Richard Eckstrom

  I’ll start with the good news: I recently closed the books for the fiscal year that ended June 30, and even after some additional “contingent” spending at year-end the…

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Curtis Loftis

  August is ABLE to Save Month, a national grassroots initiative of the ABLE National Resource Center, designed to educate the public about ABLE accounts. The campaign not only brings…

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Black Women Legislators

  Black Women in South Carolina Deserve Equal Pay Today, August 22, marks Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. Far from a celebration, this day represents how far Black women nationwide…

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Dr. Stephen Hefner

Dear Lexington County School District Three Community, One of my favorite days of each year is the first day of school. The first day of the 2019-2020 school year promises…

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