Focus on competence, not attendance.

  • Robert Barnett
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The story is affected by who tells it.

  • Michael Blakey
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We believe God made us male and female, not male or female.

  • Rachel Cornwell
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The Smithsonian’s plan, sited elsewhere, could be a true monument to our time.

  • Alexandra Graubert, Sylvia Ripley
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Voters of all stripes support the commonwealth’s colleges and universities.

  • John McLaughlin, Keith Frederick
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More speech, not less, is how a democracy survives.

Access to health care should never be an issue of affordability.

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Technology has brought new threats along with convenience.

  • Peter Galuszka
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What happens when House and Senate Republicans want different things?

Somewhere, Terry McAuliffe is smiling.

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In the state Senate, the GOP has run out of excuses for refusing to help its neediest constituents.

Amazon’s HQ2 decision lends yet more urgency to bills in Md. and Va. to adequately fund the transit system.

Responding to news that ineligible students received diplomas is important, but it’s not time to revert to micromanaging traditional and charter schools.

Ethics board members should give the public their reasons for not reappointing Traci Hughes, who says political pressure was behind her ouster.

The state must stop suspending driver’s licenses for failure to pay fines.

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Regarding the Feb. 19 editorial “Raising the stakes on Metro”: I read every editorial that The Post prints on providing a “long-term financial lifeline to Metro.” The editorials always talk about...

The resignation of Antwan Wilson as D.C. Public Schools chancellor after it was discovered that he had skirted the District’s rules for school placement represents what is wrong with many educationa...

Honestly, the concept for “Symposium Man” [Washington Post Magazine, Feb. 11] was interesting, and I wanted to read that article. But I was stopped cold by the snarky style of the writ...

The Feb. 17 article on expensive homes in the D.C. area, “Capital homes ” [Real Estate], made the Wardman Tower seem even fancier than I had imagined. After all, the writer stated, its penthouse boa...

I agree with Benjamin Ross, who wrote in his Feb. 18 Local Opinions essay, “Maryland needs more rail, not more toll lanes,” that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s (R) “Lexus lanes” are pure folly and wro...

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The illustration for the Jan. 30 Health & Science article “An ogre squatting on my chest” was truly remarkable: good art used as an illustration. It was imaginative, reflective of the nightmare qual...

Honestly, the concept for “Symposium Man” [Washington Post Magazine, Feb. 11] was interesting, and I wanted to read that article. But I was stopped cold by the snarky style of the writ...

Regarding the Feb. 17 Style article “This year, dress like the strong, quirky individual you are. These designers are glad to help.”: I am dismayed by the representation of “small-town America.”...

The Feb. 17 article on expensive homes in the D.C. area, “Capital homes ” [Real Estate], made the Wardman Tower seem even fancier than I had imagined. After all, the writer stated, its penthouse boa...

In the Feb. 15 news section, there were many interesting articles of importance with several columns of print dedicated to each, such as: “Can’t code me love,” “A fine line protecting, mollifying Tr...

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