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Regarding the Sept. 14 Metro article “Deputies detail fatal confrontation”: I was very pleased to see further coverage of Robert Ethan Saylor, the man with Down syndrome who died in 2013...

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Regarding the Sept. 20 Metro article “U-Md.’s Pharmacy School won’t train those in medical marijuana business”: I understand the complexity of studying marijuana. However, it seems that the trend to...

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The Sept. 19 editorial “A preventable disaster” was a small step in moving the gun control debate from the “rights” arena to the public-health sphere. I expect that most readers were surprised to...

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In his Sept. 19 op-ed, “The political axis is tilting,” Eugene Robinson treated us to one  more (detailed) theory of what happened in the 2016 election. I take the Occam’s razor approach. We continu...

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The Sept. 17 Business article “Why it’s so hard to save for retirement” wisely spotlighted proposals to help resolve personal financial problems in the country, but it underplayed the retirement...

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Regarding Jay Mathews’s Sept. 18 Education column, “Calculus for eighth-graders? It’s the differential in one school system.”: The rush to calculus in high schools while superficially covering or...

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Regarding the Sept. 16 front-page article “GOP sway over its leader hits a low point”: The fact that many Republicans are trying to play off President Trump’s dealings as something they have no cont...

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Regarding the Sept. 15 front-page article “Trump tests supporters with immigration moves”: President Trump’s involvement and agreements with Democratic leaders should be accepted with exultation, no...

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In his Sept. 17 op-ed, “Vietnam revisited with calm,” George F. Will threw his rhetorical weight in advance against any who would not agree that the Ken Burns “The Vietnam War” TV series is b...

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Regarding Christine Emba’s Sept. 17 Sunday Opinion essay, “Campus rape gets wrapped up in law”: It says something deeply disturbing about our society that we think it will be easier to change our la...

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In his Sept. 17 letter, “Treat hunters with respect,” Chris W. Cox condemned Dana Milbank’s cleverly worded Sept. 12 Washington Sketch column, “Sportsmen rejoice! Kevlar won’t save those turkeys.” The...

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The Sept. 17 Local Opinions essay “Trees and taxpayers should beware the Purple Line boondoggle” was another example of the local community continuing to fight a war that is over. Like it or not, the...

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Regarding Molly Roberts’s Sept. 17 PostPartisan blog excerpt, “This fiasco says a lot about Harvard”: I voted for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, have no link to the CIA and serve...

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Reading the many reviews about Ken Burns’s “The Vietnam War” PBS series, including Mark Atwood Lawrence’s Sept. 17 Outlook essay, “Vietnam War through the lives of those profoundly shaped by it,” I...

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Regarding the Sept. 17 news article “GOP looking to kill a popular blue-state deduction in tax overhaul plan”: I’m baffled as to why the GOP wants to kill the deduction for state and local taxes. Af...

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Regarding the Sept. 17 front-page article “Trump’s newest partners risk little”: Working with President Trump may be the Democratic leadership’s best idea yet. With Mr. Trump and congressional R...

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The Sept 17 Metro article “Complaints soar on noise from Dulles and National” should have listed a number to call to complain. Not that it would do much good. I have written, called and attended...

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The Sept. 16 Economy & Business article “Gender wage gap shrinks by largest amount in decade” cited a fact that should be seen as a huge blemish on our society: the 43 -year stagnation of median wages...

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Ensuring that voters are educated about the issues of the day is a critical function of our nation’s media. Rather than report on the inclusive campaign Republican gubernatorial nominee Ed Gillespie...

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“The cheap politics and magic math of Sanderscare” was the title of Catherine Rampell’s Sept. 15 op-ed criticizing proposals by many congressional Democrats for a national, single-payer health-care pl...

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