Marci Mel

A cure or effective treatment doesn't hurt. People will still get Covid. The virus will still mutate. We can play catch up with every mutation with boosters every three months and people will still get sick, still end up on ventilators, still die. Medicine works. People are still developi…

If there are vaccine-resistant strains headed our way, then it's high time the research community and those leading the effort to fight this disease start talking about effective treatments. Vaccines are obviously not enough. Research dollars need to go towards treatment as well.

Chances are if one dug deep enough they'd find a very close tie such as a family member with a lot of money and sway over the politicians in this state or other associates who made a few calls. There was too much invested in keeping this quiet.

Yes! That's the more interesting part of this story... friends of friends of friends...

Exactly, thank you. What are they gaining here. The state has quite a few of these abusive, prima donna managers who get away with bad behavior and receive underserved protection.

They should explain why they believe the way she speaks about Native Americans is acceptable. Tell Native American families why this behavior is acceptable from someone who should be advocating for their children. We need to know why some legislators believe this woman should not be remov…

It's all bull. Our leaders pretend to be all worried about statues of dead people. Easier to deal with inanimate objects than actually confront the living who have friends in high places and know what strings to pull.

It's not a pay disparity, it's an education and experience disparity, and rightfully so. Most average state employees do not have Ms. Goodwin's resume. If you want six figures, get the credentials.

As another poster noted, there aren't any complaints about Mr. Moise's salary? Shall …

Yes, it's nice to be asked for your opinion in a survey but after a year of distance learning, no, we don't need to survey parents about adding on another week or two. I'm sorry if people's plans are messed up. I'm a parent, too. Lots of plans have been messed up since March 2020. The kid…

Yup. Especially if those two staffers were there a lot longer only receiving cost-of-living penny raises. I guess other state workers shouldn't take no for an answer if they ask for a better raise and their boss cries poverty? Where there's a will, there's a way.

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