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Blue Hill Avenue is choking on traffic. Here’s a way to unclog it.

Boston is embarking on an ambitious plan to redesign one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares. While it has prompted some resistance, the backlash should only be a minor bump in the road.

EDITORIAL

Use Question 1 to boost college aid

Students at public universities have been an afterthought in Massachusetts for too long, and they deserve a share of the cash from the new tax.

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Venezuelan migrants are being pushed into the shadows. Biden should let them work.

As many as 180,000 Venezuelan migrants have been admitted into the United States, fleeing political repression and economic turmoil.

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Confidence in the Supreme Court is cratering. It needs to adopt a code of ethics.

The court must address concerns about a conservative influence campaign — and find other ways to open up.

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Biden must hold more press conferences

That’s particularly true if he chooses to run for reelection.

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Ridding police of bad actors a work in progress

POST Commission takes first steps on a long and winding road to reform.

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Assault weapons bans work. More states should try them.

Only a handful of states have assault weapons bans despite evidence that such a policy could reduce mass shooting fatalities.

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Worth talking about: Can there be too much affordable housing in one neighborhood?

Boston City Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson started an important, if uncomfortable, conversation about where new subsidized housing opportunities should be created.