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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

Letters to the Editor – 7/27/12

The Women’s Bar Association of Maryland writes to express its views regarding the July 17 posting by The Daily Record titled “Girl power on the bench” and The Daily Record’s response to date. Like many others who have written, including ...

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Letters to the Editor – 4/9/12

So Gov. [Martin] O’Malley commutes his first two life sentences (“O’Malley commutes first two life sentences,” March 30). And according to Parole Chairman [David] Blumberg, this action is grounded on “redemption,” which is defined as… “release from a detrimental influence ...

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Letters to the Editor – 2/21/12

Kudos to Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein for his documented changes in the Office of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney (“Bernstein outlines changes made, to come,” Jan. 10). When Bernstein was running for office, I wrote all of my ...

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Letters to the Editor – 1/9/11

As a former member of The Daily Record’s Editorial Advisory Board, I was disappointed to see the Dec. 27 editorial from several members of the Board (with seven out of the 15 members understandably not joining in the opinion) titled “Reforming ...

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Letters to the Editor – 1/6/12

On Dec. 27, The Daily Record published an editorial suggesting that the Maryland Stadium Authority “should be legislatively reformed to return to its original purpose — running Camden Yards” (“Editorial Advisory Board: Reforming the Maryland Stadium Authority”). As one who ...

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Letters to the Editor – 11/18/11

As the two chief volunteer officers of The Arc Baltimore, we share the concern, indeed the outrage, over the news that the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), reverted unspent funds to the state general fund.  (“Maryland disabilities agency leaves $38M unspent,” ...

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