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Opinion: A Pathway for Baltimore’s Student Leaders

We share common experiences in life that connect most of us. Getting our first job. Starting to take responsibility for making a difference in...

Frank DeFilippo: The Trials of Policing

Policing, or civic peacekeeping, is dangerous work and in serious disrepute. Any day in a cop’s life on the streets can mean a bullet...

Opinion: Introducing the Maryland Green New Deal

Over the last decade, Maryland’s political establishment repeatedly expanded corporate gambling in our state, promising the tax proceeds would swell funding for public education....

Opinion: Putting Maryland’s Solar Growth Into Context

Climate change poses an existential threat to our Bay, so I was shocked to read the Chesapeake Bay Foundation calling to slam the brakes...

Peta Richkus: Update on Retirees’ Prescription Drug Plan

Editor's note: Subsequent to the publication of this Commentary, MD State Retirement Agency (SRA) removed all reference to SB 946 from its web page...

Frank DeFilippo: Will Franchot Suffer from the Louis Goldstein Curse?

Comptroller Peter Franchot, on a continuous loop of shameless self-promotion for governor, might suffer from the Louis L. Goldstein syndrome.Or curse.Goldstein, for the new...

Opinion: Md. Needs Clear Guidelines on Where to Site Solar Installations

Maryland needs clear guidelines for where to install large solar energy facilities to protect high-value farmland and forest. That need is obvious after the...

Opinion: Surprise Billing Fix Shouldn’t Undermine Maryland’s Current Medical System

  Congress is currently working on legislation to address surprise medical billing — an issue that impacts too many patients across the country. As the president...

Opinion: More Roads Mean More Congestion

Last week the Texas Transportation Institute released an update of its Urban Mobility Report, which always gets a lot of attention because of how...

Don Mohler: We Just Have Too Many Guns

“Oh my god, there’s been another one.”That is how the conversation began at our annual family Labor Day gathering over the weekend along the...