Rosenblum: A look back at a bittersweet year and some hope for 2013

  • Article by: GAIL ROSENBLUM , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 29, 2012 - 9:50 PM
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touch128Dec. 30, 1212:45 AM

It hurts me to here this story. But it is one that is told all to often. children dying of cancer. I am 69 years old and they said way back in 1956 that will find a cure. They said we have this Leukemia just about licked. That was 20 years ago. Richard Nixon declared war on Cancer. I just wonder how many billions of dollars have been given to cure this thing. Maybe it is time to start to ask were all this money has been going? 1956 it started.

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eman2001Dec. 30, 1211:35 AM

One ray of hope that didn't happen was when Governor Dayton vetoed a bill that would have helped children to maintain contact with fathers after divorce or separation. Sorry kids.

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james30Jan. 4, 13 2:54 PM

Yes, and perhaps the most important story of 2012 that did not happen was reuniting children with their fathers, grandparents and families. Gov. Mark Dayton's political posturing and reckless governing has perpetuated this devastating family dynamic. Ms. Rosenblum please keep this topic and story on the forefront in 2013, as children and families continue to suffer at the hands of greedy, morally bankrupt politicians and lawyers.

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