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Tweets are not administration policy

"The president’s administration should be held by us to daily briefings by a press secretary and press conferences with the president."

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She’s in no hurry to die, but there may come a day

"Although new treatments are always being developed, I might run out of options someday. If that happens, I want a choice as to what comes next."

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Making way, warily, for South Station tower

Readers warily await the start of work on a tower over South Station.

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Harsh light on MIT after report on Epstein ties

A report on the school's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein has led some to call for the MIT president to step down.

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Warren-Sanders clash raises questions

Readers give their own assessment as the Democratic rivals square off over gender and electability.

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The impeachment tango

Readers weigh in as the House votes to send two articles of impeachment to the Senate.

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Cora has dishonored the game

"A sadder question: Why did he not honor himself?"

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People most in need get hit hard by environmental injustice

"You don’t have to believe the studies; just take a drive around your region."

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Harvard law students can aim higher than clerking for Trump judges

"Do I want to clerk for a judge who has received a rating of “not qualified” by the American Bar Association? No."

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Babson employee’s Facebook post was not a firing offense

"He is the victim of feigned outrage and of misconstruction. This is precisely what academic institutions such as Babson (his alma mater as well) are supposed to defend against."

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Since high court has long record of low points, progress is in people’s hands

"The Supreme Court has a long history of suppressing democracy, and we the people have an equally long history of amending the Constitution to expand democracy."

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He believes the worst: Soleimani died for Trump’s sins

"Even so-called never-Trumpers don’t want to believe that President Trump would stoop so low as to assassinate a foreign leader in order to distract the public from his own impeachment trial."

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Too many biotechs looking for skills instead of talent

"The people who built and ran Polaroid’s successful instant photography business did so without prior instant photography experience."

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Memos to Mayor Walsh on the state of the city

From climate change to making our streets safer, readers pose their concerns to Mayor Walsh.

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Abortion clinic’s struggles are a troubling sign

"This must be a wake-up call for all of us. Without clinics there will be no choice."

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They hear ‘gas tax’ and wish to change the subject

Coverage of the proposed Transportation Climate Initiative has some readers fuming.

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Sanders bravely fights to overhaul a system that benefits precious few of us

" Sanders is brave enough, and idealistic enough, to try to overhaul a system that benefits the the 1 percent and not the 99 percent who show up for work every day."

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We have what it takes to tackle HIV spike, but delay is not an option

"As the spike in HIV coincides with the opioid epidemic, we don’t need to reinvent any wheels."

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We face a pressing transportation-housing-climate crisis, all intertwined

"Transportation and housing are major sources of the greenhouse gases that are cooking us. A comprehensive solution must address all three issues."

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Former inmates’ voting rights ought to be fast-tracked

"Those who have served their time should be granted their constitutional right to vote and should not need any other action by legislatures, governors, or referendums."

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Doctor’s good work is a reminder of our common bond

"Dr. Deborah Frank is an example to us all that in the course of our daily lives, we can take actions to improve the lives of those around us. "

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Comparative negligence is fair game in dorm assault case

"It is fundamental law that comparative negligence — the plaintiff’s own — is always a proper defense in a negligence case."

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A line of Lauries in this ‘Little Women’ family

"Much of my childhood was spent explaining my name to quizzical peers (boys don’t read 'Little Women')."

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A dig at the left, and then a pushback

Readers took issue with a letter criticizing the left's refusal to accept anything President Trump does.

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Animals are not toys for tourists

"TripAdvisor should not offer bookings for activities that exploit animals, hold them captive, treat them as tools, or cause them to suffer."