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The time a cat morphed into… well… a skunk

It is family story time in my college-level speech class. To prepare students, I have them get their feet wet by telling a simple family story. The parameters are simple — it had to happen to them or they had to witness it.

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Incentives are key to US 90 revival

If you get caught at stoplights along Macclenny’s “Miracle Strip” (US 90 downtown for the uninitiated) with the frequency of yours truly, you may have been struck by this fact.

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Off ‘gold standard’ in favor of ‘ink standard’

This week’s column is another of my random musings about life. Which means I have a lot of stuff banging around in my head that doesn’t exactly make up a full column. Honesty is the best policy.

So here goes.

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Restore Medicare dialysis subsidies

Dear Editor:

Yes, as of July 1, 2013 the federal government released a proposal to dramatically cut dialysis reimbursement 12 percent. Mandated by Congress to reflect providers’ efficiency in reducing the cost of care, the cut goes too far. If the proposal is finalized, Medicare would fail to cover the basic cost of dialysis.

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