EDITORIAL

Free small craft-beer brewers

Laws governing the relationship between brewers and distributors hurt beer drinkers and business.

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Fixing airport security screening: No time to wait

As passengers wait in airport security lines, a proposal by two senators deserves consideration.

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Scrap special ‘running shoe’ earmark

Corporate welfare has no place in a spending bill — certainly not in one that provides for the national defense.

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A solid compromise in public records reform

The compromise public records bill comes up short in several respects but is a solid improvement.

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Healey, AGs step up on guns

Maura Healey and 13 other attorneys general call on Congress to untie the hands of public health researchers on gun violence.

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Adoptees have a right to access their identity

Change the law that prevents some adoptees from being able to obtain a copy of their original birth certificate with seeking a court order.

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Big-picture solution needed in drug lab scandals

The delays inherent in processing the 24,000 Dookhan cases abrogate the cherished principle of due process.

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Power grid of the future needs hydro and wind

It’s unfortunate that hydro and wind have been pitted against each other when either would provide major environmental benefit.

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Making homeless families’ lives more stable

The state has dramatically reduced the number of homeless families living in motels.

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Mayor must replace Brissette

Brissette may be innocent until proven guilty, but it’s clear that he can no longer continue as the city’s director of tourism, sports, and entertainment.

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An incomplete lesson for BPS students

Boston’s adults shouldn’t have encouraged Tuesday’s walkout.

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Funding to fight Zika virus shouldn’t wait

The Congressional delay in funding a response to the Zika virus is nothing short of irresponsible.

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As tech companies grow, so do their responsibilities

Google struck a blow for transparency when it announced it would stop accepting advertising for payday lenders.

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Boston arts plan won’t work without dollars – or specifics

The new cultural plan released by the city is short on specifics and offers little insight on funding.

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This is no way to negotiate health care pricing

The gap between what Massachusetts’ big and small hospitals get paid must be narrowed. But that shouldn’t be achieved through a back-room deals or a heavy-handed ballot question.

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A rolling boil over a potential EU lobster ban

The issue of invasive species requires not just constant management and dialogue, but also a mutual respect for others’ honest concerns.

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Retailer’s equal-access restroom policy is on target

Target is building momentum for a day when equal access might just be business as usual.

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All aboard for the Green Line expansion

The MBTA’s vote on the Green Line expansion keeps the much-needed project alive.

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City Hall’s language gap must be closed

Boston needs a uniform, well-funded language and communications policy.

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Open the door on homeowners insurance rate-setting

The rate-setting process for homeowners insurance should be conducted in the open.

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Treat e-cigarettes like an addictive drug

E-cigarettes, cigars, and hookah tobacco are getting much-needed regulations.

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Increase investment in long-term opioid recovery solutions

Until the full cycle of addiction is accounted for, too many recovering addicts will remain at risk.

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More sunlight needed for Boston’s development process

It’s unhealthy for the city when the process for permitting and constructing new buildings is shrouded in secrecy.

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Editorial: #NeverTrump movement must show it’s not bluffing

It’s time for backers of the #NeverTrump movement to prove that their vows were more than just talk.

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Body cameras are coming — the Boston Police Dept. needs to accept it

Mayor Marty Walsh should insist on body cameras for police officers, and the BPD needs to comply.