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The Sept. 19 news article “Supreme Court denial means political nonprofits must disclose many donors” reported on a significant step in the right direction. Three logical additional steps would be f...

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Regarding Nathaniel Morris’s Sept. 18 Health and Science essay, “ ‘Danger to self.’ Says who? Says a young physician.”: Dr. Morris offered an important perspective surrounding the responsibilities...

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David Ignatius was way off when he called “demonstrably false” the idea that President Trump “can bludgeon Palestinians . . . into making peace” [“The death of the peace process,” op-ed, Sept. 19]. Wh...

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Ruth Marcus expressed the faith that our constitutional system and democratic institutions will shield us from the worst in her Sept. 16 op-ed, “The merits of building bridges.” Former British prime...

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Regarding the Sept. 21 Economy & Business article “Man dies after electric-scooter crash”: Thanks to The Post for shining a spotlight on severe brain injury, fatality and concussion risks associated...

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Regarding Haben Girma’s Sept. 20 op-ed, “Can’t Texas spare 40 minutes for Helen Keller?” and Donna Bahorich’s online essay the same day, “I lead Texas’s education board. Here’s why we want to cut Hi...

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Paul D. Thacker’s Sept. 23 Outlook essay, “Dangerous plastics, FDA silence,” stoked unfounded alarm about plastic food packaging — materials that reliably do their job of providing safety and perf...

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The Sept. 19 Metro article “Business leaders call for better bus service” caught my attention. The article could not be timelier. Attracting new riders, as well as retaining and improving service fo...

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The demise of the proposed underground Vietnam Veterans Memorial education center, as reported in the Sept. 23 Metro article “Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund pulls plug on Mall museum,” was welcome...

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As a pediatric cancer survivor, I cried when I read The Post’s Sept. 18 article “Girl’s life was normal. Then it wasn’t.” [Health & Science]. When I was 15, I received a lymphoma diagnosis. After tw...

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Regarding the Sept. 18 Tuesday Opinion essay by Michael O’Hanlon and Steven Heydemann, “The unpalatable way the U.S. can help Idlib”: It is urgent we act now to save a generation of Syrian children...

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The president and his congressional lackeys demanded the release of classified documents — no matter how specious — they claim have any bearing on the Russia probe [“Trump: Documents to reveal...

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In his Sept. 19 op-ed, “A way out of the Kavanaugh dilemma,” David Von Drehle argued that “it’s unimaginable that [Brett M.] Kavanaugh would have been the pick if [Christine Blasey] Ford’s accusatio...

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It may not be entirely fair to blame the Trump administration for the idea of charging to hold events on the Mall [“To the Park Service, a resounding no,” Editorial, Sept. 20]. The National Park Ser...

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In the Sept. 18 editorial “Tech tutors for Congress,” The Post encouraged Congress to restart the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), asserting that Capitol Hill needs resources to grapple with h...

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Long after Florence’s floodwaters have receded, millions of North Carolinians struggling to rebuild their lives will face the health risks posed by animal waste released from dozens of the state’s mor...

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In Kathleen Parker’s Sept. 16 op-ed, “Last-minute accusations won’t doom Kavanaugh,” Ms. Parker wrote: “So here we are debating an adolescent boy’s qualifications to become a Supreme Court justi...

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Anyone who remembers the reporter and columnist Robert S. Allen must have been surprised by Dina Temple-Raston’s Book World review identifying him as the first American journalist “to work for the S...

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In “The Great War’s broken bodies and psyches,” Ron Charles’s Sept. 5 Book World review of “The Winter Soldier” by Daniel Mason, a photo- ­illustration of a toy soldier with a Red Cross emblem on it...

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The photograph accompanying the Sept. 11 Metro article “Virginia girds for storm’s worst” seems destined to become iconic in the telling of the climate-change story. Attention-grabbing in the...

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