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It seems medical marijuana is stuck in a political web (YDR opinion)
05/27/2015 11:48 AM EDT
It looks like the Charlotte's Web Medical Access Act sponsored by U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-York County, will need some kind of miracle to pass the House. Full Story
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Jim McClure: How bad is crime in York? It's an old question, but a good one (column)
Kim Bartenslager of Dillsburg traveled to York Township's Heritage Hills for the annual York Daily Record/WGAL town meeting in April. Full Story
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Joyce Rogers: A life spent in nursing (Mike Argento column)
When Joyce Rogers was a girl, she dreamed of the stage. She wanted to be an actress. She grew up idolizing Katherine Hepburn. Full Story
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