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Saying no to $15 an hour

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  • Saying no to $15 an hour

    Saying no to $15 an hour

    Employers won’t hire unskilled people for that much money.

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  • Don’t fuss over food trucks

    Don’t fuss over food trucks

    Montgomery and Arlington counties should emulate D.C.’s regulations.

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  • Reconsidering parole in Virginia

    Reconsidering parole in Virginia

    Keeping nonviolent offenders locked away may not be the best solution.

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  • What makes Montgomery great

    What makes Montgomery great

    They are the first line of defense in education.

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