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Justice Department officials must stand up for democracy

Public servants must do what’s right and not interfere in the election, even if it means standing up to Barr.

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Let’s hear from Mark Pearlstein

The public wants to know more about the Holyoke Soldiers Home tragedy, and the independent investigator has the ability to illuminate us.

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Neglect has become far too common at ICE detention centers

Unwanted gynecological surgeries at a Georgia immigration jail are just the latest alleged abuses in a system that over-relies on for-profit companies.

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The swamp became a cesspool

The Trump White House misled the American public about the pandemic, while informing wealthy campaign donors who profited. This happened under a president who promised to ‘drain the swamp.’

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Boston police reforms could blaze a trail

The mayor’s political future may well depend on whether he makes good on his promises in the face of union intransigence.

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More time, money key to easing eviction pain

Governor Baker’s plan is a good start, but the Commonwealth will need more resources to fight homelessness.

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Congress, take your cue from Amy Coney Barrett

The Barrett hearings should be a clarion call for lawmakers to act to protect health care, reproductive rights, and our elections.

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Vote yes on Question 1

A yes vote on “Right to Repair” is the path forward for Massachusetts, but the Legislature still has a role to play.