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Why a 25-year-old lynching should still haunt America
White supremacists murdered James Byrd Jr. in Texas. The racist extremism they espoused is now this nation’s biggest terrorist threat.
Legislature must regulate role of pharmacy benefit managers in our health care
No one is holding PBMs accountable.
Bradley H. Jones Jr. and Ross Connolly
High taxes are driving people out of Massachusetts
Lawmakers need to shift gears on tax policy if they want to ensure that Massachusetts remains a place where residents can prosper and the economy remains competitive into the future.
Photo enforcement could make streets safer. Is the tradeoff in privacy worth it?
Does Mass. need traffic cameras?
Ray Flynn knows what Mayor Wu is going through. He has some advice.
"You hear what they say, you’re respectful, you thank them," then you do what you think is best for Boston.
What Florida would look like without immigrants
In an entirely predictable turn of events, Governor Ron DeSantis seems to be caught in his own cycle — the one where Republican presidential hopefuls try to outdo each other on immigration policy.
David B. Waters
Why Medicare should try medically tailored meals
Researchers found that a national implementation of these meals for patients with diet-sensitive conditions and other factors could help avoid trips to the hospital and save $13.6 billion annually.
The Farm Bill can both feed and heal the nation
Buried within the bill, GusNIP evidences the power of agriculture policy to improve the nation’s social well-being through strengthened public health and local economies.