Tossing a lifeline to non-reading students

Working to ensure that every student in the Rock Hill school district learns to read by the time he or she reaches the third grade may be the most constructive thing the district can do to ensure the educational success of those students. But that doesn’t mean the district should allow older students to fall through the cracks.


Let people decide fate of memorials

State lawmakers should not have sole authority to determine if a monument, plaque or building commemorating historical figures is appropriate. Universities, local governments and community members also should have a voice.


Shooters shouldn’t have been armed

Two recent tragedies – the massacre at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston and the shooting deaths of four people in York County – have highlighted the need to better enforce existing gun laws. In both cases, the alleged shooters were legally barred from possessing guns.

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