Courts continue to allow dangerous parents to have unsupervised visits with children.

  • Hera McLeod
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Free textbooks cut a large expense that some students can’t afford.

  • Eileen Filler-Corn, James Toscano
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Legislators want to protect incumbents — but there’s a cost.

  • Peter Galuszka
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Walking my dog through the woods, searching for the sublime fruit.

  • Francis E. Putz
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The D.C. Council should overturn a referendum that voters clearly didn’t understand.

  • Michael Saltsman
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"Good moral character” clauses in licensing laws have a potentially pernicious effect.

  • Jonathan Haggerty, C. Jarrett Dieterle
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The 7th District incumbent has to pull hard in the rural areas to keep his seat.

Even if he wins his seat, his troubles won't be over.

Will a scandal over the release of full personnel file affect the 7th District race?

Despite Medicaid expansions, hundreds of thousands of residents will still lack coverage.

  • Peter Galuszka
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The only pollution in a dispute over incense involves the original citation of a Chevy Chase man.

The agency faces a dire long-term threat. Some politicians would rather avert their eyes.

Almost 10 months later, a conspiracy of silence endures.

Rep. Scott Taylor’s campaign decided to play tricks. They may have been illegal.

Yes, it could impose barriers. But legislation requiring businesses to accept cash isn’t the solution.

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The Sept. 15 Metro article “Man held in 2010-11 rape cases,” which reported the arrest of a suspect in the heinous rape attacks against two elderly women in Montgomery County, said...

Concerns that the Mountain Valley Pipeline will create massive pollution during the passage of Hurricane Florence were well-founded [“Pipeline officials, environmentalists worry about catastrophic...

On Sept. 7, the Brookville Bees varsity football team in Lynchburg, Va., honored one of their teammates who died in a tragic car accident in May. Skyler “Skybuck” McConville wore jersey #61 and wa...

The Sept. 12 editorial “Deficits in pensions — and courage” sensationalized the findings of a recent Government Accountability Office report on Metro pensions. The Washington Metropolitan Area Tra...

In his Sept. 11 letter, “Guns aren’t the only issue,” Bob Orlosky argued that, because Virginia’s 10th Congressional District now stretches from Fairfax Station to Winchester and beyond, the Nationa...

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This week’s “Free for All” letters.

Congratulations on the Aug. 26 juxtaposition of two Sports pieces on two football coaches. The article “ ‘ Our call is to save them’ ” described a high school coach in New Orleans, Brice Brown. Jer...

Margaret Sullivan’s Aug. 23 Style column, “The apex for Trump’s ‘fake news’ mantra,” was prescient, especially with its timely call for media reflection. Sullivan referenced the possible unwittin...

“Diplomat helped shift S. Africa from apartheid,” the moving Aug. 26 obituary of Princeton Lyman, a former diplomat of great accomplishment and influence, omitted at least one telling detail. As a...

The media made a big deal of The Post’s decision to use the word “lie” for the first time in Glenn Kessler’s Aug. 23 front-page Fact Checker column, “A changing story, but with one constant: It wasn...

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