The debate over a $15 minimum shouldn’t be dominated by one shaky survey.

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“Take back” programs can go a long way toward keeping teens away from opioids.

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This year’s governor’s race, and beyond.

  • Mark J. Rozell
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Evidence shows that a $15 mandate would lead to job loss.

  • Michael Saltsman
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Maryland can’t imprison its way out of a drug epidemic.

  • Pamela E. Queen
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The men had the right to openly carry rifles.

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The cost and inconvenience are too great.

  • Randal O'Toole
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The rioting in Charlottesville over the weekend has made one thing very clear: Virginia’s Republican party needs an exorcism.

Voting is a privilege avowed by law to be exclusive to U.S. citizens. It should remain so.

Back2Good crystallizes the low standard to which Metro aspires.

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The D.C. transit agency’s advertising guidelines are vague, and it enforces them inconsistently.

The National Museum of Natural History wants to trade Imax movies for shorter lines for chicken tenders.

There is a dangerous shortage of front-line personnel in the state’s corrections system.

It is intolerable that Jamahri Sydnor’s life was taken and her dreams extinguished by a stray bullet on a D.C. street.

There won’t be criminal charges, but questions remain.

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What does it take to make a person take action? Is it the possibility of losing one’s life or the life of a spouse or child? Or is it the possibility of losing one’s home, livelihood, safety, or peace...

Regarding the Aug. 17 front-page article “D.C.’s arts school reopens, $100 million over budget”: Despite the Duke Ellington School of the Arts’ renovation fiscal challenges, I rejoiced on reading...

Regarding the Aug. 13 Washington Post Magazine article “Date Lab 2.0”: New writers, new format, and what is the result? Four arranged dates, one second date, then nothing. The Post should change the...

The Aug. 9 letter “Put socialization in the fast lane” incorrectly used the word “socialization” in a headline. “Socialization” is a specific sociological term referring to the process of transferri...

On Thursday, the president mourned not the tragic loss of life of a human being, Heather Heyer , at the alleged hands of a Nazi sympathizer, but the possible loss of “beautiful statues and monum...

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Nathan A. Jones, the author of the Aug. 5 Free for All letter “A few words not fit to print,” complained about reading direct quotes from Anthony Scaramucci and worried that his children might read th...

I was distressed to read the glorification of rodeos in the Aug. 7 news article “At rodeos, wrangling up family fun” by characterizing the weekly Carbondale, Colo., rodeos as “family affairs.” The t...

Regarding the Aug. 13 Washington Post Magazine article “Date Lab 2.0”: New writers, new format, and what is the result? Four arranged dates, one second date, then nothing. The Post should change the...

One of the Aug. 12 Free for All letters about the battle at Dunkirk, “Missing in action: Context,” by Steven Shore, said, “Historians still dispute why the Wehrmacht allowed the Dunkirk pocket to rema...

Kathleen Parker’s Aug. 6 op-ed, “Let the immigration sniping begin,” dismissed Stephen Miller’s use of the word “cosmopolitan” with the phrase “what’s wrong with that?” and referred to attacks on th...

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