How we are reimagining public safety in Montgomery County

Reducing reliance on police can create radical change.
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Local leaders need to make it easier to walk or bike to Metro stations

The Silver Line extension will be great, but getting to its stations could be problematic for some.
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Maryland’s education crisis worsens every day students are out of school

State leaders must mandate schools fully reopen this spring.
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It was a long journey to get my coronavirus vaccine. It was worth the wait.

For a moment in this troubled time, I actually felt protected.
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At-risk kids are getting lost in D.C.’s school system

Students in the District deserve the right care. Why aren’t they getting it?
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D.C. should not disregard misdemeanor crimes — but should keep focusing on rehabilitation programs

The right way to deal with crime isn't to ignore it. Continuing to prosecute misdemeanor offenses makes sense in some cases.
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Legal marijuana in Virginia is just the first step

The collective power of our movement has shifted policy in a meaningful way, and we must use our momentum to keep pushing for more equitable laws.
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Virginia’s statewide candidates should commit to opposing ‘cancel culture’

Vowing to protect free speech will take political courage, but it’s the right thing to do.
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The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial debate showed there is no inevitable candidate

Voters got something different from the usual litany of talking points and uncomfortable body language.

An Uber Eats driver’s killing was caught on video. It showed every immigrant’s worst nightmare.

Where was the regard for the life of a hard-working man?
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Virginia’s GOP is playing a losing game

The state’s Republican gubernatorial candidates are doubling down on Trump’s election lies.

The deaths of two Capitol Police officers this year show the urgent need for improved security

Friday’s attack was a reminder of the tragic toll on Capitol Police.

A commission makes a good start at reimagining policing in D.C.

A commission’s report centered its recommendations on the principle that police alone are not the answer to public safety.

The horrifying death of Mohammad Anwar comes during a spike in D.C. carjackings

Authorities must confront the failures represented by this crime.
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Move beyond a 1981 solution to covid-19

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Racism is also a public health crisis

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A path to encourage bipartisanship

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A good way to pay for Biden’s agenda: a carbon fee

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Readers critique The Post: We are all starved for comic relief. That’s no excuse for insensitivity.

This week’s Free for All letters.
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Readers critique The Post: Leave Catholicism out of it

This week’s Free for All letters.
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Readers critique The Post: A fist-bump like no one’s ever seen before

This week’s Free for All letters.
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Readers critique The Post: This photo choice was irresponsible

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Readers critique The Post: What’s going on in this photo?

This week’s Free for All letters.
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