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Opinion: RGB Is Gone. This Is Why We Fight

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, best known as a steely champion of women’s equality, gave voice to the voiceless. And as a legendary Supreme Court justice,...

Josh Kurtz: Can’t Tell the Players (or the Year) Without a Scorecard

It took 38 minutes to ride my bicycle from home to a news conference in front of the Dennis Avenue Health Center in Silver...
Central Maryland

Jim Shea: New Regional Transit Plan for Central Md. Fails on So Many Levels

Several years ago, Gov. Larry Hogan unilaterally canceled the Red Line project that had promised to provide the lynchpin to an integrated transit network...
Carter

Opinion: Senator’s Reform Record Proves We Should Trust Black Women

The gruesome murder of George Floyd opened the chasms of Maryland’s complicit history with police brutality.In the past five years, we’ve witnessed the killings...

Opinion: Expand AmeriCorps to Help Recovery From Pandemic

As talks between the White House and Congress stall, Americans are still grappling with the crippling impact of the pandemic. To move our country...

Judge Steven Platt: March of Destructive Partisanship Can Be Halted

Destructive partisanship in our politics will continue its march and will alternatively deter or consume many of our best and brightest unless we elect...
Special Session

Benjamin Orr: Put Politics Aside. Convene a Special Session of the Legislature

In “The Pros and Cons of a Special Session” , Josh Kurtz gives his take on whether the Maryland General Assembly can muster the...

Roy Meyers and Warren Deschenaux: Vote Yes on Question 1 to Restore a Healthier...

First in an occasional seriesQuestion 1 on this fall’s statewide ballot asks voters to decide whether Maryland should join the 49 other states in...

Frank DeFilippo: The Trump Books — and the Book of Barr

Labor Day is traditionally the kick-off for the final two months of a presidential campaign, especially in a referendum year when an incumbent must...

Alanah Davis: Year of Ferment

It’s the morning of Sept. 9, 2020, which means for Baltimore City Public Schools it’s the second day of school.My children are still...