EDITORIAL

A peaceful rally, but a few disquieting questions linger

The huge response to Saturday’s rally should be seen as an important statement of public disgust toward vile groups and the hateful beliefs they espouse.

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Bill Weld to TD Garden: Do the right thing

As a group of young people who belong to the Hyde Square Task Force recently found out, for 24 years, Jeremy Jacobs never sent a dime to Massachusetts.

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A career-defining test for Jeff Sessions

The world is watching how the Department of Justice handles the Charlottesville investigation.

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Teamsters trial casts harsh light on film industry

The state should withdraw the financial cushion that shields the Teamsters from the consequences of its boorish behavior.

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Sept. 1 pot law deadlines loom large

Marijuana seems to make Beacon Hill policy makers put off until tomorrow what might best be done today.

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The terrorists Trump is afraid to name

The Trump administration’s see-no-evil attitude toward white racism has been on especially vivid display.

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Robert Mueller needs bulletproof protection

Congress needs to set a red line for President Trump.

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Unlovely meter reading drives up gas costs

Even gas companies don’t like the state law that requires replacement of meters every seven years.

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Don’t let democracy die in Venezuela

The US and its allies must quash an outrageous power grab in Venezuela.

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President Trump, keep your hands off our Internet

If the FCC cannot fulfill its mission under President Trump, Congress must step in.

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Trump’s reckless rhetoric on North Korea

Donald Trump’s preening rhetoric threatens trust, built up over decades, that America is committed to using its power wisely, responsibly, and only as a last resort.

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The gaming of the state lottery has to stop

Cashing tickets purchased by other people isn’t illegal, but doing so for the purpose of dodging taxes is.

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Boston should publicize hidden gems of open space

The city should develop an interactive inventory of “privately owned public spaces.”

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Sheriff Hodgson strikes again

The Bristol County sheriff has hit on a new idea to mistreat inmates.

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Garden payment settlement comes up short

Jeremy Jacobs should live up to the language of the 1993 law that gave him the go-ahead to build a new Boston Garden.

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Preserve state’s OUI serving data

The restaurant industry is making a misguided push to eliminate a forward-thinking state program.

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As LA gets Olympics, there’s unfinished business for Boston

Boston shouldn’t abandon the vision and planning that accompanied its aborted bid for the 2024 Games.

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Reject police brutality, no matter what Trump says

Law enforcement agencies must demonstrate that police brutality cannot and will not be tolerated.

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Expand and reboot often-ignored Metco

Integration is still a powerful strategy for improving the life prospects of low-income black, Latino, and Asian kids.

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Mass. can enforce clean water rules abandoned by feds

Massachusetts can step into the void and deliver the cleaner streams and rivers that residents deserve.

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Pot shops In Someone Else’s Backyard? Not quite

The Legislature strikes an important blow against ISEBYism.

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Trump’s cruel, unnecessary transgender ban

President Trump’s decision on transgender service members looks like an ugly appeal to shore up his base, and chip away another piece of President Obama’s legacy.

Editorial

Mass. should pass gun restraining order bill

The measure would allow family members to seek court orders taking guns from potentially violent people before they cause harm.

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Momentous SJC immigration ruling still needs legislative support

The state may not be able to stop outrageous immigration policy, but there’s never been a more important time to declare it won’t help them, either.

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Jane Sanders’ Vermont deal deserves scrutiny — and fairness

The investigation boils down to a simple question: Was a loan obtained through fraudulent means?