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    Lights, sirens, jail sentence

    Most people grow out of the "pretending to be a firefighter" phase of life around the time their age hits double digits. And then there is this 44-year-old Frederick County man.

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Jack L.B. Gohn: This is (not) going to go on your permanent record

I experienced a flash of indignation when I read that the European Union is planning to inflict its “right to be forgotten” rules on U.S. search engine providers.

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Stephen H. Sachs: Washington’s Birthday, 1961

They pop up like early crocuses — king-size newspaper ads and TV commercials touting sales on stuff like furniture, bedding, clothing and washing machines, all to celebrate “President’s Day,” that anodyne holiday that amalgamates the birthdays of presidents Lincoln and Washington.

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C. Fraser Smith: Next bout – Governor-assembly main event

After opening feints and jabs, the contenders continue to circle each other. Gov. Larry Hogan lays down a budget with significant cuts in state aid to public education.

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Noah Smith: Student debt relief an anti-poverty program

Matt Bruenig, a writer at the think tank Demos, has an interesting theory about poverty.

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