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Wrapping up the week

Setting the Record Straight on the Dell plant closure and state incentives, Rob Schofield says it’s “Not an either/or question.”

Chris Fitzsimon feels ex-death row inmate Alan Gell is owed more than $3.9 million from the state, he’s owed an apology from the justice system. Read his column “The unapologetic Department of Justice.

Chris Fitzsimon wraps up the week with “The Follies” taking issue with re-segregationists, the gun lobby, the state lottery and opponents of free speech.

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