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Cape traffic cries out for some form of tolls on the bridges

“The Commonwealth would be remiss if it did not implement congestion pricing on these bridges during the busiest times of the week and year.”

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Not a pretty picture at the MFA

Students from Dorchester were left hurt and angry after experiencing racism during a recent visit to the museum.

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Legalization will not protect people from harm of prostitution

“Regardless of your way into this industry, there is profound harm.”

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Proposed funding signals Legislature’s commitment to higher ed

“We reject the notion that we have to choose between preserving the core mission of public higher ed and balancing the books.”

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Students want to see state favor investments over more cuts

“Students . . . who have suffered through the massive tuition and fee hikes caused by state disinvestment can’t take it anymore.”

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An outrageous climate change capitulation in Australia

“Are voters worldwide deciding to hasten our collective suicide by raising global temperatures as rapidly as possible?”

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Mass. is one battleground in national abortion debate

With battles over abortion heightening nationwide, a Massachusetts proposal is also drawing debate.

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We hold the key to easing gridlock

Unexpected traffic jams have forced Boston drivers to build a pile of cushions into their commutes. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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Seize this opportunity to stem youth vaping epidemic

“We have seen enough strong evidence from educators, pediatricians, and young people to know that we cannot afford to delay.”

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Warren would serve only to fill Fox’s coffers

“Her being on Fox would simply earn the channel and its advertisers more money.”

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It’ll take more than leaning on Boston teachers to close achievement gap

An op-ed posed challenges to the Boston teachers contract. Readers push back.

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In the face of Trump’s defiance, congressional inaction would be un-American

“The president and his appointees are flaunting their insolent disrespect for Congress and the American people.”

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The ghosts of My Lai stir as Trump plans to pardon accused troops

“Why am I anguished that killers might be pardoned? Because I witnessed, recorded, and photographed some of the atrocities I saw during my time in Vietnam.”

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It’s Amazon vs. Braintree in clash over vehicle IDs

One of the world’s biggest companies is challenging the town’s requirement surrounding a planned warehouse there.

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The sad part is that, yes, Americans would buy a used car from this man

“I’m not sure just how Donald Trump and his ultraconservative billionaire puppet masters have managed to con so many American voters.”

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Take the Fox challenge, Senator Warren

“If Bernie Sanders can venture onto Fox, and get his ideas aired to that audience, why can’t Elizabeth Warren do the same?” — Helen Snively

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Another look at Alabama’s draconian antiabortion law

“Thank you to Dr. Michelle Williams for her concise summary of the consequences of the GOP’s zeal for eliminating abortion rights.” — Edwin Andrews

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Remembering the bad old days

“Laws against abortion don’t stop abortion any more than prohibition stopped drinking.” — Milt Lauenstein

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Defining immigrants by different ideas of ‘merit’

“Why are refugees and immigrant families seeking asylum less meritorious than foreign engineers with PhDs?” — Phyllis Follett

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Crossing the line with tasteless ‘humor’

“I became aware of the Holocaust at age 9 when I found in my family’s attic a stack of photographs that my father had taken when his Army unit . . . had liberated the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp.” — Robert Thuotte

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Anti-Trump psychiatrists suffer from TDS

“Trump Derangement Syndrome is one of the most fascinating and frightening illnesses ever to affect segments of the American populace.” — Michael J. DiStefano

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Funding the Northern Ave. Bridge

“Reconnecting the Northern Ave. Bridge . . . will serve as an important piece of the next phase of comprehensive and critical transportation improvements that should be a high priority for this area.” — Douglas M. McGarrah

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Boston should follow Montreal’s last call

“In Montreal, a great city for late-night fun, they shut it down at 3 a.m.”— Matt Tarlin

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Fighting over vaccines

Readers react to recent commentary and reporting on the heightening clash over vaccination.

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Taking lesson from Watergate, lawyers group speaks out

“We sent an open letter to the president and Congress demanding compliance with the rule of law.”