I think this story is very well written. It answers every question that at this time is possible to answer. It looks like this is a follow up and this follow up will be followed up when more information becomes available. It is a very relevant story that most everyone in the area has at least heard about.
I was happy to see a follow up to the original story about the bike bill. I think this piece is fairly well written and presents the facts well. I would like to add that II think it would have been better if they had added a quote from someone who was apposed to the bill and why, to match the quote from Carol Silldorff.
I think that the topic of the story is interesting and very relevent. What I thought needed improvement would be quotes from both sides of the issues. Maybe a quote from someone who was against the health care plan and a quote from someone who was for credit checks for employees. It could have made this story more well rounded and allowed the reader to see the full spectrum.
I think this story is inspiring in the wake of such a horrible tragedy in Japan. It was written very well and included quotes from students and exchange students from Japan. I think it also lets the reader know how people are helping those in Japan. It may give the reader an opportunity to be re-reminded about what happened and that they can help.
I think this article was written very well. I think the topic is relevant to many who read this publication. The article provided a lot of information and I was only left with the question, did the new law pass? I would like to read a follow up after the general assembly makes a decision.
I think this is a good article. It's short, easy to read through and it will get local readers thinking. Th subject matter is very relevant in relation to the earth quake and nuclear power plant destruction in Japan. I would have liked to see some quotes from what people in Maryland think about building Nuclear Power Plants.
I think this story is very good journalism. The reporter reached out and received several sources and quotes to help expand his story. The topic is very relevant, and has been a huge debate not only in Maryland but across the country.
I believe this story was written in a very awkward manner. It has a somewhat misleading headline. "Racial tensions simmer on Martha's Vineyard as Barack Obama arrives," leads me to believe that the story will showcase racial problems connected to the President. The story then becomes a little confusing by focusing on the problems illegal immigrants from Brazil face on the island. The story would make more sense to me if it either focused on the fact that President Obama was coming to visit OR the illegal immigrant problem. The two topics were not connected well within the story.