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Stand up for equality: Vote Yes on 3

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The Globe editorial board urges a vote for yes on 3 to affirm equal rights protections for transgender individuals in Massachusetts.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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If the “Pocahontas” slur hobbles Warren beyond Trump’s base, it’s a problem. And it looks like it might be.

Opinion | Geoff Diehl

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Rolling back the 2017 tax cuts and deregulations would threaten to return the nation — and the state — to the economic doldrums.

Editorial

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Congress need not follow the Trump administration into a moral wilderness, where the only thing that matters is the brute exercise of state power.

Opinion | Marcela García

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The oil company’s profits support a government that starves its people.

Editorial

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The Boston Public Schools need a dynamic, take-charge kind of leader — for the long term.

Opinion | Laura Perille

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“Making a meaningful contribution to BPS is well worth having the word ‘interim’ on my nameplate,” the current interim school superintendent says in today’s Globe Opinion section.

Opinion | David Wade

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Our justified moral outrage is no reason to avoid a clear-eyed look at the importance of the US-Saudi relationship.

SCOT LEHIGH

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Why the double standard for what’s politically acceptable?

JEFF JACOBY

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Whether you love Warren or loathe her should depend on her ideas and ideals, her deeds and words — not on her genetic ancestry.

Opinion | Aly Raisman

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Child sexual abuse isn’t a kid problem, it’s an adult problem.

Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent murder is Trump’s first tough foreign policy test — and he’s failing

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Opinion | Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent murder is Trump’s first tough foreign policy test — and he’s failing

The Trump administration’s eagerness to whitewash an ally’s apparent extrajudicial killing of a critic is appalling but not surprising.

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