Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Letters to the Editor

The Daily Record welcomes letters to the editor and opinion columns on public policy issues that affect Maryland businesses and the legal community. Letters to the editor should be 300 words or less. Columns can be up to 800 words. All are subject to editing for length or clarity. Submissions must include the writer’s name, address and a daytime phone number for confirmation. They can be sent to Editor Thomas Baden Jr. at [email protected].

Letter to the Editor: Wrong reason but right decision on outside counsel for Baltimore police investigation

The Editorial Advisory Board’s endorsing of the decision by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and City Solicitor George Nilson to hire the Washington law firm WilmerHale to represent the city during the investigation by the Department of Justice into the Baltimore ...

Read More »

Hunters are the true conservationists

I was dismayed that the Editorial Advisory Board opinion of Aug. 6, “Neither trophies nor trinkets,” was printed since the article was riddled with so many inaccuracies and contradictions. It is a shame that most Americans who could not even ...

Read More »

Letter to the Editor: Repeal the Baltimore container tax

What will it take for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake and the Baltimore City Council to realize that it is their very own policies that are forcing many Baltimore city residents to live in “food deserts?” In the June 10, 2015 ...

Read More »

Letters to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014

The Daily Record’s Oct. 16 article “Businesses, politicians bemoan spread of methadone clinics” reflects ongoing misunderstanding of methadone, which is an effective treatment for addiction to heroin and other opioids.

Read More »

Letter to the editor – 5/1/14: Response to ‘For A.G., it’s Frosh vs. not-Ben’

C. Fraser Smith’s paean to Sen. Brian Frosh (April 25, “For A.G., it’s Frosh vs. not-Ben”) seems focused on the fact that “Inside State Circle” he would be the favorite. Yet for someone who has been in the legislature for decades, Mr. Smith does not single out even one piece of legislation Mr. Frosh has sponsored. He’s just a favorite of the “inside players.”

Read More »