Supporters of Planned Parenthood have already paid $25 to the license-plate fund to support pregnancy prevention services. We have just as much right as any other group to have a license plate promoting our beliefs, especially since we supported this effort with our own money.
Surely a better use of the Franklin than a “boutique hotel,” never mind myriad recent uses — or non-use — can be devised.
As a product of public schools (not the best product, to be sure), and as a parent who sent two children through public schools, I think quality universal public education is about as important as clean water and clean air.
Robert Ehrlich’s uncompassionate conservatism and his treatment of families like mine failed to win over the electorate in 2006, and it has no place in Maryland today.
Fairfax County must emerge from its snow daze and make a reasonable effort to make up lost teaching hours after the recent storms.
I am disappointed that Prince George’s County Executive Jack B. Johnson is attempting to replace the chairman of the Prince George’s Planning Board, Samuel Parker Jr.
The city of Alexandria is on course to regret its advocacy in luring the Army to locate its Washington Headquarters Service in the city under the Base Realignment and Closure process. I pray that the Army will manage to accommodate its needs without destroying the botanical preserve that it chose to build next to.