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  • More jobs and better schools

    Ask anyone who lives in Baltimore the two things the city needs most and you're likely to get the same answer: Better schools for its children and more jobs for its working-age adults. That's why a proposal to make sure as many local residents as possible get work from the $1 billion plan to rebuild...

  • Policing the police

    Policing the police

    Perhaps it's no surprise that representatives of the state Fraternal Order of Police have come out against any changes to a Maryland law intended to protect the rights of officers accused of misconduct. Critics, including the Maryland ACLU and the NAACP, have long charged the law allows "bad apples"...

  • Rutherford pleads poverty

    Rutherford pleads poverty

    This week, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced the first round of recommendations from the statewide task force he chairs aimed at reversing the rising number of heroin-related deaths and cases of addiction. The effort is commendable and largely details how the state will spend $2 million Gov. Larry...

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  • Trump is Reagan, not Hitler

    Trump is Reagan, not Hitler

    I could not have been more disgusted reading Armin Mruck's letter comparing Donald Trump's rise in popularity and his message of "making America great again" to that of Adolf Hitler as depicted in "Triumph of the Will" ("Triumph of the Trump," Aug. 26).

  • Fund rec center renovations

    Fund rec center renovations

    I would like Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to have a serious talk with City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young about recreation centers ("Mayor: City could lose millions by selling Hilton," Aug. 27). Maybe selling a hotel to benefit recreation centers would be a good idea.

  • E-cigarettes not a path to smoking

    E-cigarettes not a path to smoking

    In an editorial calling for regulations which would put obstacles in front of adults who seek to quit smoking by switching to e-cigarettes, The Sun's editorial board relies on a powerfully debunked innuendo and preposterous logic ("Teens and e-cigarettes," Aug. 23).

  • CMS wrong to restrict prostheses

    CMS wrong to restrict prostheses

    As a former U.S. Army physical therapist stationed at Walter Reed General Hospital from 1967 to1969 who treated returning soldiers from Vietnam, many of whom lost limbs, I am appalled at the proposal on the table to limit prosthetic services to Medicare patients ("Amputee groups fight limits on...

  • U.S. not alone in birthright citizenship

    U.S. not alone in birthright citizenship

    The local front man for anti-immigrant hysteria thinks it is time to change the 14th Amendment and myriad Supreme Court precedents to exclude children of non-citizens born in the United States from birthright citizenship ("Illegal immigration is costly," Aug. 24). He neglects to mention that the...

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