I love that as governor of MD I can still play street music in Annapolis.
Craig Gundersen, professor of agricultural and consumer economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, referring to President Trump's proposal to cut off half of food stamp users' benefits and instead provide them with Blue Apron-style boxes of non-perishables.
Jamil Jaffer, founder of the National Security Institute at George Mason University Law School, on protecting this year's elections from Russian meddling.
Bob Sloan, a 73-year-old who said he intends to seek medical aid-in-dying if doctors say he is terminally ill. But in California, where he lives in a veterans' home, the procedure is not available to people living in veterans' homes.
January Contreras, a Democratic candidate for Arizona attorney general who would be the first Latina elected statewide there.
U.S. District Judge Stephen P. Friot of Oklahoma City, defending his decision to give a woman a shorter sentence after she underwent sterilization.
Priscilla Wohlstetter, a professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. Over the past year, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has softened the language she uses when speaking about her goals to expand private education options. Instead of the words "school choice," she often uses "innovation" or "blended learning."