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Let the world watch the 2020 election

The United States should give access to international election monitors to fully evaluate our electoral process.

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Massachusetts travel restrictions lack teeth

Maine provides a better model that depends on more than "personal responsibility."

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Police unions show their hand

Delay is the weapon of choice for opponents of reform and the politicians who enable them.

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Congress must protect mail-in voting, even if it means going to court

Concern over the US Postal Service comes as Trump has railed against absentee voting by mail for months, calling it “fraudulent,” and even drawing a fact-checking rebuke from Twitter for making the false claim.

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Foster parents deserve bill of rights

Lawmakers need to reach accord on bringing transparency to the state's child welfare agencies and better serve our most vulnerable children.

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Who will police Springfield’s cops?

The DOJ, in its 27-months-long investigation, found that officers in Springfield’s narcotics unit routinely escalated encounters with civilians when there was no need and used excessive force.

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Roberts is no GOP villain or liberal savior. He’s a dyed-in-the-wool conservative

The onus lies on Democrats to be as effective as Republicans have been in convincing voters that the control of the Supreme Court is a crucial campaign issue.

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End the federal death penalty now

Executions of federal prisoners has resumed. They have to stop.