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Privacy and safety of transgender people are at risk under his proposed bill.

  • Sara Queen
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Underused parking garages could be converted to an arena.

  • Dan Reed
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D.C.’s handling of the project has been a slow-motion train wreck.

  • Kirby Vining
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Hidden or poorly situated signs can be fixed.

  • J. Patrick Cronin
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Promote competition by easing regulations.

  • Michael Farren, Anne Philpot
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Boycott the inauguration is downright shameful.

  • Thomas Wheatley
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What would political newcomer Laura Ingraham bring to the commonwealth's gubernatorial race?

  • Norman Leahy
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Foreign companies create high-paying jobs and invest in our communities.

  • Gerald L. Gordon
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The County Council should take a long, hard look at the damage already done by its minimum-wage experiment.

  • Michael Saltsman
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Conservatives cannot be the philosophical heirs of both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis.

  • Thomas Wheatley
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It’s time for the hypocrisy to end.

The District adopted aid-in-dying legislation after thoughtful debate and study, but Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) appears not to care about that.

A scandal in Prince George’s County underscores the ethical shakiness of Md’s liquor boards.

But aside from that issue, the legislature has a better environmental plan that the governor.

The D.C. attorney general has appealed the jury’s verdict.

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Regarding the Jan. 17 Metro article “Frederick schools employee fired after tweet” about Katie Nash, a school employee who was fired for a tweet that corrected a student’s spelling: The individual...

Regarding the Jan. 13 Metro article “Delegate presses GOP colleagues on bathroom bill”: We should be clear about the weird anti-LGBT bills proposed by Virginia Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince Wi...

On behalf of myself, my family and, I am sure, a great many of my fellow members of Woodmont Country Club, I apologize to President Obama and his family for the expressions of concern about his family...

As a Maryland resident, I was rather disturbed to read House Speaker Michael E. Busch’s (D-Anne Arundel) comment, “You can’t be wearing a jersey with both colors on it. You’re either on one team, or...

As a graduate of the National Cathedral School, I was appalled that the Washington National Cathedral dean, the Rev. Randy Hollerith, with the support of Bishop Mariann Budde and the tacit approva...

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As a longtime resident of Friendship Heights, I frequent the restaurants along Wisconsin Avenue, including Chad’s. I go way back to the time that, waiting in line at the eatery, no less than Sen. Bill...

I was dismayed to see a photograph with the Dec. 31 review of the television show “The Mick” that featured a Latina maid [“Kaitlin Olson goes from ‘Sunny’ to something more cloudy on Fox’s ‘The Mick...

Please thank Evan Birnholz for the amazing Dec. 25 Sunday puzzle, “Gift Boxes” [Arts & Style]. It was the perfect Christmas gift. I know people complain about how difficult his puzzles are, but...

I enjoyed the Dec. 30 Style article “She moved her feet and hearts danced,” about Debbie Reynolds, and one sentence in particular: “That’s the smile that launched a thousand sloshy steps, sendi...

On Dec. 28, President Obama declared Bears Ears in southeastern Utah a national monument. The Post supported this decision in its Dec. 31 editorial “Protecting a national treasure.” I am nearly cert...

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