Attention, commenters from all sections across washingtonpost.com: as of April 28, you will not be able to post to the comments section without first verifying your e-mail address through your washingtonpost.com user account.
Many of you have already verified your e-mail addresses (thank you!) and returned to the comments sections to jump into the conversation as usual.
Those of you who have not yet verified your e-mail address will notice a blue notification bar at the top of each comments section. Follow the instructions within the notification bar to to complete your profile and head back to commenting. Keep in mind that if you’ve registered your account through Facebook or another pre-approved service, you will not have to verify your e-mail address.
This post has been updated to change the date that email verification will be required for commenting to April 28. A previous version of this post listed the date as April 23.