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As another charter school closes, "there is more evidence that the Charter School Board was lax in its oversight of failed schools than it was hamstrung by a lack of authority," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board

"Yes, the process is unavoidably partisan, as it was when it was invoked against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. But a coup? An illegal overthrow of a constitutionally anchored government? Hardly," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board

In most big U.S. cities, former mayors say goodbye to bodyguards when they leave the job. Not in Chicago, writes the Tribune Editorial Board.

With Senate President John Cullerton’s planned retirement, the Illinois General Assembly gets a chance at a makeover. It's long overdue, writes the Tribune Editorial Board.

To the Daily Northwestern's editors: We err too. Then we learn from our mistakes and move on. Do the same, writes the Tribune Editorial Board.

Between a new scholarship program and a new push to treat mental health, The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board praises the recent work of the @UUtah 

Many Chicago drivers still behave as if cyclists on the streets are an oddity that doesn't require them to change their own driving habits, the Tribune Editorial Board writes

Nine members of a family with dual U.S.-Mexican citizenship were killed during a brutal ambush. Six of the dead were children. It's time for Mexico to overhaul its strategy against drug cartels, writes the Tribune Editorial Board.

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"The practice has been called out by professional organizations and the appropriate authorities around the country and its practice on minors is now banned in 18 states," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board

The Tribune Editorial Board'>Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board believes we need to call migrant camps what they really are — concentration camps

The Tribune Editorial Board'>Chicago Tribune Editorial Board writes that the conduct of the Cook County state’s attorney’s office in the Jussie Smollett case is “outrageous” and “indefensible”

If Utah Legislature moves forward with a measure to overturn Proposition 3, which expands Medicaid, it would be “an expression of willful economic ignorance,” the Tribune editorial board writes in an opinion piece

Smart editorial/ San Diego Union Tribune editorial board-- Is Russian election hack just the beginning for America?

The Chicago Tribune's editorial board sounds mad as hell.

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