The Virginia lieutenant governor's dignified protest was a hard jab at the state Senate.

Two monuments reflect Virginia’s struggle for racial equality; only one is honest.

  • Robert Brink, Margaret Edds
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Democracy depends on transparency in its public institutions.

  • Jonathan Smith, Emily Gunston, Marques Banks
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Police, courts, prison and parole must focus on targeting gun offenders.

  • Phil Mendelson
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The change is happening slowly, but we’re still working on it.

  • Catherine E. Pugh
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It’s time to move forward on creating an independent electoral commission in the Old Dominion.

In the first three months, 148 potential tragedies were averted.

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham is worried about illicit guns. His concerns deserve a hearing.

Questions mount as investigation into a Park Police shooting drags past 400 days.

Bowser’s administration is taking bolder action. But those who walk, bike and drive in the city can help, too.

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The Jan. 16 Metro article “D.C. Council considers bill to ensure funds help at-risk students” discussed a D.C. Council initiative to provide an additional $2,000 per year to help D.C. Public Schools s...

The Jan. 19 Metro article “Tribute to Lee inspires a sit-out” quoted Virginia state Sen. Richard H. Stuart (R-King George) as saying, on the Virginia Senate floor, in celebration of Robert E. Lee, tha...

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) should be ashamed of himself for his disparaging comments about millennials [“Elrich takes heat for remark about ‘millennials,’ ” Metro, Jan. 18]. Those...

Regarding the Jan. 17 Metro article “Wuerl apologizes for false statements”: It has been important to know the facts concerning the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal and Cardinal Donald Wuerl...

The Jan. 18 letter “Look to the past before granting D.C. statehood a future” correctly noted that the framers of the Constitution gave Congress authority over the nation’s capital to protect the...

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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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