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In Annapolis several months ago, Rep. John Sarbanes recognized the Northrop Grumman Undersea Systems team for five decades of innovation, impact and service to the community, the U.S. Navy and the country.
In Annapolis several months ago, Rep. John Sarbanes recognized the Northrop Grumman Undersea Systems team for five decades of innovation, impact and service to the community, the U.S. Navy and the country. (Courtesy Northrop Grumman)

If Rep. John Sarbanes really wishes to “bolster the integrity of our democracy” (“Develop strategy to counter online attacks,” Dec. 12), he should read the bills Congress is enacting rather than adhering to the Nancy Pelosi dictum that “we have to pass it so we know what’s in it.”

And let him know that it is not compulsory that he vote with the Democratic herd. He will not be impeached for breaking ranks every once in a while.

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Thomas F. McDonough. Towson

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