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  • To the Editor: INMED Helps At-Risk, Homeless

    To the Editor: INMED Helps At-Risk, Homeless0

    Thank you for the excellent article on homelessness in Loudoun County by Veronike Collazo in your January 12 issue. It is truly an under-served population here in the richest county of the nation, and we can do better. I wanted to also make you aware that INMED Partnerships for Children has been serving homeless and low-income children and

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  • To the Editor: A Rebuttal to Delegate LaRock

    To the Editor: A Rebuttal to Delegate LaRock0

    The following was submitted to The Tribune in response to an op-ed by Del. Dave LaRock (R-33rd) on Jan. 5. I could not disagree with you more on your stance over the Loudoun County School Board’s upcoming decision to protect the categories of “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” I am an 18-year-old gay man who was

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  • To the Editor: Comstock will Work to Fix Obamacare0

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    • October 28, 2016

    It did not take a crystal ball to predict that healthcare premiums were going to rise. The question was just how much. Now we know that Obamacare premiums are going up on average of 25 percent nationwide. Well, everyone seems to know except LuAnn Bennett. Bennett claims that Obamacare has made healthcare more affordable. What

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