The commonwealth must come up with appropriate funding for VRE, too.

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The closure of United Medical Center’s maternity ward is a symptom of a bigger problem.

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The $5.6 billion contract saddles Maryland with a 40 percent increase in long-term debt.

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Erecting another memorial — for slaves — on the Leesburg courthouse grounds is still the right move.

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The immersive experience can change a person’s perspective on pressing issues.

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Republicans running for statewide office are far right on women's issues.

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For all his campaigning against big money in politics, Northam now seems all too happy to accept big money.

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But concerned consumers should not wait to take action.

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A bill before the council would provide much-needed changes to the law.

People are dying because the trauma center cannot airlift them to its care.

Maryland could lose millions in federal education funding, but it’s not the governor’s fault.

An attack against a bus driver puts not only the driver but also everyone else on the bus at risk.

In a reversal, Maryland’s governor puts cash — and a challenge for his partners — on the table.

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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...

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...

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...

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...

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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What does it take to get a little respect? The Nationals are having a wonderful season. They clinched the National League East title with three weeks to go [“Delayed gratification,” Sports, Sept. 11...

I was appalled by the gross distortion of facts in “A mural for memorial men” [Metro, Sept. 2]. The article about a mural recently installed near Union Station paid tribute to the African American m...

This has been a tough summer for old patrons of the Hawk ‘n’ Dove on Capitol Hill. First, legendary bartender William “Baseball Bill” Holdforth died in June; now, co-founder Stuart J. Long [“Saloon...

Regarding the Sept. 3 obituary for Rosemary Reed Miller, “Owner of Toast and Strawberries, a longtime boutique in D.C.”: I first met Rosemary Reed Miller when I came to the District from Chicag...

In his Sept. 3 Outlook essay, “Why the most effective tennis player doesn’t always win the match,” Gabriel Allen complained about the point-game-set scoring system in tennis by suggesting that a los...

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