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Letter: Reflecting on 'A Lifetime to Master'

...way to understand that we are all the same people. If we do not decide to help each other, who will? Kudos to Merry Ellefson, Shona Strauser, the cast and the supporting infrastructure that made this possible.Carolyn V Brown, Douglas
This business of "medical necessity"

...far better than enact this legislation. All stakeholders must be at the table. Correct and informed discussions must take place in a civil manner. Alaska can do better than enact this proposed legislation.carolyn V Brown MD MPHDouglas
Alternatives to a very bad idea - the saga of Syria

...this invasion (call it what you will) as a way to a more peaceful and proactive way to participate with the international community in this crisis and to forestall worse tragedies.Not to decide is to decide.carolyn V Brown MD MPHDouglas
Equality - There is Work to be Done

August 26th has come to be known as "Women's Equality Day" in commemoration of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that provided the right of women to vote.
Looking for a few new legislators

...renovated Thomas Stewart Building. A hallmark of democracy is a dedication to representation of the individual. carolyn V. Brown Juneau Brown is the president of the Juneau League of Women Voters.
Gerrymandering: What is this all about?

...important issue that can impact the way you and I vote and whether that vote makes any difference in the scheme of things. I encourage you to see the film and to become engaged in this aspect of Participatory Democracy. Carolyn V. Brown Douglas
My Turn: Wanted: Reasoned thinking about health care

...and well worth a study of the Web pages for Tony Knowles and Sarah Palin. I believe this: If we do not take care of ourselves, it is highly unlikely that anyone else is going to do this for us. Dr. Carolyn V. Brown lives in Douglas.
Looking ahead after fluoride decision

...medical, vision, preventive and pharmaceutical care for us all). This will require some courage for many people. Who will pay for this? We will all pay for this (now or later). There are solutions. Carolyn V. Brown, M.D. Douglas
Disgusted with Juneau politics

...specifically, and politics in general, they would be "for the time being." Sound off on the important issues at Dr. Carolyn V. Brown's letter on Oct. 24 states, "Voters have voted. The die has been cast for the time being." The operative...
My turn: Sound science favors water fluoridation

...fluoridation. I will be voting yes on Proposition 2 and encourage you to vote yes on Proposition 2 on Oct. 2. Carolyn V. Brown is a medical doctor who has practiced medicine for more than 45 years and who lives in Douglas.


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