Andrew A. Green


Andrew A. Green, the opinion editor, was the city/state editor before coming to the editorial board, and prior to that he covered the State House and Baltimore County government. He writes about state and local government, social issues and elections.

Recent Articles

  • Annapolis' #metoo moment

    Annapolis' #metoo moment

    I was standing in the Governor’s Reception Room on the second floor of the State House on Feb. 15, 2006, when then-Comptroller William Donald Schaefer asked for a cup of tea. A young woman who worked for then-Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. set it down in front of him and wordlessly headed back to the...

  • Your own facts

    Your own facts

    "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts." —Daniel Patrick Moynihan A letter from a reader caught my eye this week. "I'm having trouble trying to understand some of the writings that folks are sending in regarding the voting count," the reader wrote. "In the popular vote...

  • Sun editorials: Foresight in the rear view

    Sun editorials: Foresight in the rear view

    Editorial stances have ranged from wise to deeply regrettable to just a bit off

  • A tradition with roots

    A tradition with roots

    Meatloaf — tree-shaped, no less — might seem like a strange choice for a foodie's Christmas dinner, but this recipe is all about ritual

  • Snowbound: Governor declares emergency; up to 2 feet predicted

    Storm surpasses blizzard of '96; National Guard ferries doctors, patients

  • GOP legislators sue to invalidate special session

    Republican legislative leaders filed suit yesterday to invalidate all of the tax, gambling and spending reduction bills approved in last month's special session of the General Assembly. They argue that the Senate violated the state constitution by adjourning for six days without a vote of approval...