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  • Railroad's mixed signals

    The National Association of Railroad Passengers, the country's largest train and transit advocacy group, issued a warning last month that deserves to be repeated here. The final numbers on Amtrak's ridership and revenue in fiscal 2014 are in, and the railroad did record-breaking business over...

  • The BMA turns 100
    The BMA turns 100

    The Baltimore Museum of Art owes its existence to the work of civic-minded citizens a century ago who believed that a great city was incomplete without a great art museum. And from the beginning their vision of the purpose of a great museum was to provide a place for people of every station...

  • The bogus 'rain tax' repeal
    The bogus 'rain tax' repeal

    Despite facing a bigger-than-expected budget shortfall, and although he promised a policy blackout until he takes office, Governor-elect Larry Hogan last week publicly reiterated his support for repealing Maryland's "rain tax" while meeting with fellow Republican governors in Florida. He told...

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  • 1934 telecom act is up to the task of regulating the web
    1934 telecom act is up to the task of regulating the web

    I appreciated Greg Ottensmeyer's op-ed on net neutrality ("Keep the net open, free," Nov. 22), as Mr. Ottensmeyer presented a unique and concise perspective on recent communications history.

  • Revamp of UM athletic facilities is great, but what about the dorms?
    Revamp of UM athletic facilities is great, but what about the dorms?

    As a parent of a sophomore at the University of Maryland, I was thrilled to learn of Kevin Plank's most generous gift toward refurbishing Cole Field House. ("Under Armour CEO vows gift to UM," Nov. 21) Certainly athletics contribute to the quality of campus life and a robust sense of school...

  • Ebola and the ethics of nursing
    Ebola and the ethics of nursing

    Nurses from West Africa to California have gone on strike to make their concerns about the Ebola crisis known. But what are the ethical considerations that come into play when nurses take such actions while their patients may be dying?

  • Health commissioner: E-cigarette bill isn't perfect but is a step forward
    Health commissioner: E-cigarette bill isn't perfect but is a step forward

    Recent legislation regulating the use of electronic smoking devices passed by the City Council and expected to soon be signed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is a step in the right direction to protect Baltimore's children and adults from the harmful effects of e-cigarettes ("Don't fall for...

  • Turning anger over Ferguson into positive action
    Turning anger over Ferguson into positive action

    The images on my television from Ferguson, Mo. and around the country following Monday's grand jury announcement were, to say the least, troubling.

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