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State attorney general should investigate mayor vehicle pursuit

As each second unwinds in the riveting 911 audio tape of the frantic woman being chased through the dark streets of Schenectady by Mayor Gary McCarthy, more questions keep racing through your head.

In NY, give terminally ill the right to seek aid in dying

In New York state, if you are suffering from a painful terminal illness and want to die peacefully, you can’t.

Susan Estrich: Numbers don’t add up to a Sanders win

Math was my best subject, until I was the only girl on the math team

Bush decisions had a large negative impact

*Bush decisions had a large negative impact
*Remember, Memorial Day is to honor fallen
*Grateful for coverage of debate on climate
*Cartoonists must ease up on Clinton bashing

Froma Harrop: The cure for expensive cities: Moving vans

A funny thing didn’t happen on the way to the digital revolution

Honor the victims of Agent Orange on wall

*Honor the victims of Agent Orange on wall
*Schenectady track team deserves praise
*Would sweatshop be OK for a man to have
*Nurse’s death a sad reminder of war’s cost
*Cartoon was slanted more against Hillary
*Improve access to Plotter Kill Preserve

New York can make do with less government

New York state residents concerned about the growing cost of government as a result of duplicating services and overlapping administrations sure aren't showing their displeasure at the polls.

Charles Krauthammer: Clinton, Trump covet Bernie’s left-leaning supporters

We are now in the eighth year of the most liberal administration since Lyndon Johnson’s

Men: Don't put off getting a colonoscopy

*Men: Don't put off getting a colonoscopy
*Don't let the Clintons do any more damage
*Let students begin Votec as freshmen
*Give public a say on veterans’ exemptions
*Find alternative to bigger Colonie dump

Hold off on funding of solar project

Too many questions to answer before releasing $485.5 million in taxpayer money

E.J. Dionne: The fight against phony ‘populism’

American workers battered by economic change finally won their moment

Liberals like Cohen ruining this country

*Liberals like Cohen ruining this country
*Gazette needs more pro-Clinton cartoons
*New passing scores unreasonable, unfair

David Harsanyi: Beyonce’s ‘sweatshops’ actually help Sri Lankan workers

How Much It Sucks to Be a Sri Lankan Worker

Learn how to safely use a roundabout

*Learn how to safely use a roundabout
*Do-nothing Clinton will be bad president
*Princetown is finally getting back on track

High Notes

Spotlighting the good being done in our communities

George Will: The inaugural address we won’t hear, but should

The possibility of a Donald Trump presidency

Trump supporters are not immoral or crazy

*Trump supporters are not immoral or crazy
*Paper does good job balancing viewpoints
*Americans should be respectful of all views
*Fage could help local economy by sharing

Governor seeks reasonable changes to alcohol law

Let’s try to get inside the head of the New York state legislator who came up with the idea to limit the sale of alcohol on Sundays to no earlier than noon.

Do we have our environmental priorities straight?

The Gazette article, “Has dredging worked in the Hudson River?” (March 31) and the editorial, “Provide better answers on impact of PCB dredging” (April 3) serve to illustrate the failures of the dredge project from day one.

Eugene Robinson: By continuing attacks on Clinton, Sanders helps Trump

Bernie Sanders is playing a dangerous game

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