They’ve done the right thing on industrial hemp. They’ve made a good effort on cannabidoil.

Virginia should stop impeding the right to vote of the imprisoned.

  • Claire Guthrie Gastañaga
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The state’s attorney general is appealing a gerrymandering ruling, but he’ll lose.

  • Jack Fruchtman
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The home of the FBI effectively achieved what Brutalism always intended.

  • Jesse Heitz
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The Long Bridge Project could transform transportation.

  • Keith Laughlin, Greg Billing
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If Virginia has made the progress that corrections officials claim, there should be no problem in supporting legislation to provide data.

That gives D.C. the chance to reconsider how to best meet the health needs of Wards 7 and 8.

The state could shift much of the risk from this major infrastructure project to a private firm.

Lewis D. Ferebee has a promising pedigree but faces a final exam with the D.C. Council.

Montgomery’s county executive, retiring after about 30 years in politics, leaves big shoes to fill.

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The Dec. 9 news article “United effort for new stadium” stated that the “controversy over the team’s name has subsided.” That same day, Rebrand Washington Football, a grass-roots group of fans, an...

A brief item in the Dec. 7 Economy & Business Digest noted that California just became the first state to require that new homes be solar-powered, starting in 2020. While this news makes me happy,...

Regarding the Dec. 7 Metro article “GWU Hospital halts talks for new facility in Southeast”: It seems clear that a new hospital is needed to provide obstetric care and other health services to meet th...

The Dec. 8 Metro article “Virginia House options released” — about a federal court refusing to delay a process that could affect redistricting in as many as 26 districts in Virginia — revealed s...

The pro-expansion Dec. 9 editorial “Mr. Hogan’s toll road plan might work — if done right” was upsetting for many citizens of the neighborhood communities directly affected by and opposed to Maryl...

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This week’s “Free for All” letters.

This week’s “Free for All” letters.

This week’s “Free for All” letters.

This week’s “Free for All” letters.

This week’s “Free for All” letters.

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