EDITORIAL

Cash is so 2007. Can the state lottery adapt?

State Treasurer Deb Golberg’s proposal to move the lottery into the digital age is sensible — if done with care.

Opinion | Martin J. Walsh

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A $1 billion master plan calls for overdue physical improvements to Boston’s schools.

JEFF JACOBY

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Wealth is good, and the more people who can create and earn it, the better.

SCOT LEHIGH

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These are President Obama’s last few days in office, and so conservatives are dusting off their favorite critique.

Opinion | Veronica Chambers

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We’re too close to see it now: the full power and impact of Michelle Obama’s time as first lady.

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JEFF JACOBY

The fabulous wealth of the ‘Oxfam 8’

Wealth is good, and the more people who can create and earn it, the better.

SCOT LEHIGH

Why was Obama so divisive?

These are President Obama’s last few days in office, and so conservatives are dusting off their favorite critique.

Letters

A Boston memorial to MLK is long overdue

“We have yet to recognize adequately King’s transformative legacy on our city and nation, as well as our own city’s role in shaping the man himself.” — Seth Riseman

Letters

Memories of King’s ’65 march in Boston come rushing back

“As we marched toward Boston Common, we passed a barroom, and a group of white men came out.” — Jon Maddox

From Globe Ideas

A Boston story in 50 words

This one involves the Blizzard of ‘78.

Ideas | David Scharfenberg

Has pot lost its cool?

Illegality was part of marijuana’s rebel appeal. So what happens now?

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