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  • A hard report to swallow
    A hard report to swallow

    We can understand the possibility that the Baltimore state's attorney's office concluded, after examining the evidence, that it did not have a criminal case against two city police officers who repeatedly struck a patient at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital with a Taser last May. But...

  • Franchot for comptroller
    Franchot for comptroller

    No matter who wins the governor's race, one thing is clear: The state will run better if it has a comptroller with the ability and willingness to exercise independent judgment and the stature to act as a real check on one of the most powerful state chief executives in the nation. The...

  • Baltimore's tax sale folly
    Baltimore's tax sale folly

    Baltimore homeowners can lose their property for as little as $250 in unpaid taxes, a threshold far lower than in other cities, according to a new Abell Foundation report. But amazingly, Baltimore City claims this is a benevolent policy that benefits homeowners by forcing them to address...

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  • Correction for Conaway
    Correction for Conaway

    Aside from the rest of the content of Del. Frank Conaway's letter published October 26 in the Sun ("Conaway: My views on evolution are not pertinent"), I would like to correct his misstatement of Charles Darwin's theory.

  • Carroll schools at a crossroads
    Carroll schools at a crossroads

    The Carroll County public schools are at a crossroads. Teachers are leaving in record numbers to earn substantially higher salaries in neighboring counties. The problems facing our school system fall directly on the doorstep of our current elected officials at both the county and state levels.

  • Zurawik hits below the belt in Ravens telecast critique
    Zurawik hits below the belt in Ravens telecast critique

    It was no surprise to read that David Zurawik did not like the CBS coverage of Sunday's Ravens game ("Greg Gumbel, Trent Green make Ravens' loss all the more painful to watch," Oct. 26). His columns are predictable rants.

  • Is money the only difference between winning and losing?
    Is money the only difference between winning and losing?

    Steve Schuh is the Tea Party Republican running for Anne Arundel County executive against Democrat George Johnson. I'm guessing green is Mr. Schuh's favorite color ("Schuh leads Johnson in Anne Arundel poll," Oct. 24).

  • We can beat Ebola
    We can beat Ebola

    Ebola will come to Baltimore, if it isn't here already ("Potential Ebola patient transferred to Baltimore hospital tests negative for virus," Oct. 28).

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