Doing so would come at too high a cost and without “sufficient support.”

  • Tom Davis
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Give the planned family shelters a chance.

  • Deana Howard
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An annual free health-care fair in Southwest shows why Virginia should expand Medicaid.

  • Norma McLemore
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Officials waste taxpayer money by not using government lawyers.

  • Joel M. Cockrell
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The D.C. portion finally has a bench.

  • Peter Harnik
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Cutting through the talking points and Twitter fights between campaign staffers.

Nationalist and populist torrents unleashed nationally in 2016 on both sides have not settled down yet.

  • Erich Reimer
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Civic spaces are different from public spaces.

  • Mark Bartholomew
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Gillespie, a go-along, get-along guy, has been shunning Trump. That has proved to be a mistake.

  • Peter Galuszka
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Gallagher is a strong, moderate nominee who has earned the Maryland senators’ support and merits appointment.

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The party that trumpets state and local control undoes the city’s “death with dignity” law.

An appeals court opens the door to progress on the suburban Maryland light-rail line.

The city is one step closer to shutting down the decaying and bug-ridden D.C. General.

Gov. Hogan’s recess appointments spark a showdown in Annapolis.

We hope the state GOP can come up with a more plausible, and honorable, challenger to Tim Kaine.

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The July 16 editorial “Solitary confinement is torture” rightly chastised the federal Bureau of Prisons for playing semantic games about its use of solitary confinement.  The Bureau of Prisons is no...

Regarding the July 15 editorial “Mr. Stewart’s indecent campaign”: Corey A. Stewart (R) was way off the integrity meter with his announcement that he will run a “vicious” and “ruthless” Senate cam...

Regarding the July 15 Metro article “House panel moves to revoke D.C.’s suicide law”: How dare they? This is not parking restrictions or trash collection; this is an invasion of a very personal and...

Former congressman Tom Davis’s (R-Va.) July 16 Local Opinions essay, “A teachable moment on J.E.B. Stuart High School,” defended the honor of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, the namesake of a high sch...

Gus Bauman’s arguments in his July 15 letter, “An achievable alternative to a new Potomac River bridge,” opposing a new Potomac River crossing, did not float my boat. He evidently believes Maryland...

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The July 6 Economy & Business article “Amish farmers wary of Big Organic” referred to “organic cows.” Milk from cows that graze on pasture grasses, eat organic-certified feed and are not treated with...

Did the photograph accompanying the July 4 Economy & Business article on high temperatures in Phoenix, “High temperatures affecting air travel,” accurately reflect the caption? Yes, the heat was bru...

Thanks to The Post for its July 2 Arts & Style article “Driving the Beat road,” especially the focus on Lawrence Ferlinghetti, truly “the daddy of them all.” Not only is Ferlinghetti a national trea...

The remarkable article on the staying power of ancient Roman concrete fell into a common trap of referring to engineers as “scientists” [“From ancient Rome, concrete lessons on producing stronger se...

Please permit me to publicly acknowledge the excellent job Sarah Kaplan does of reporting advances in science for The Post. What impresses me is the diversity of complex subjects she explains so well,...

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