Civility should be rule with elected bodies


The U.S. Congress seems to have set the bar for high-profile quibbling, quarreling and infighting.  Raise your hand if you are the least bit surprised by members of the House or Senate taking their high-stakes partisan politics down the low road.

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CHARLESTON —  Albert Curtis Jr., age 76, passed away Sunday, March 29.