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Renée Loth

Renée Loth is the former Editor of the Editorial Page of The Boston Globe. Prior to that she was deputy editor of he Globe’s editorial page, and the Globe’s political editor. She is an occasional contributor to the Globe’s op/ed page.

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Banned 40 years ago, lead paint is still poisoning our children

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist

Shirking responsibility for preventing lead poisoning is both morally and economically obtuse.

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Iceland: A nice land for gender equality

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist

The full representation of women in Icelandic politics has made a difference in their everyday lives.

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Zoning reform offers a path to economic equality and social integration

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist

Zoning reform would help create more affordable housing and repair the state’s longstanding economic and racial disparities.

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And now, some good news

By Renée Loth,

It’s a day for harmony and good will, so here’s some news nuggets to brighten your outlook.

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Missing from the tax bill: Fairness, honesty

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist

Gutting the census would sabotage democracy

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist

Don’t give up on building with wood

By Renée Loth, Globe Columnist