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Boston’s bill for climate change is coming due

We all benefit from the wonders of Boston’s shoreline, and we all must share the burden of keeping the city and its people safe.

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Stand up for equality: Vote Yes on 3

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

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After Perille bows out, a chance to get BPS superintendent search right

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

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The local face of Trump’s campaign against migrant children

The Trump administration is callously and purposely imposing an undue amount of suffering on already traumatized minors.

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In an era of climate urgency, we need a carbon tax

Voters must come to come to grips with the fact that the nation’s current governing party has stuck its head in the sand with regard to climate change.

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Going slow on cannabis cafes can’t be a good thing

Social consumption of marijuana may be years away. The problem is that endless delay is more likely than not to foster any number of end-runs around official policy. That can’t be a good thing.

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Baker needs to stop blaming Patrick for State Police mess

“Deval Patrick” is not the answer to what’s wrong with the Massachusetts State Police.

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Reform the Supreme Court, and start with term limits

America needs a tempered, respected Supreme Court now more than ever.

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Trump’s attacks on journalists seed violence

Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi may be the latest victim in a world where autocratic governments see journalists as fair game.

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Time to fully embrace composting, an idea that doesn’t stink

There’s a payoff, both financially and environmentally, to residential composting of trash.

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Senators have voted on Kavanaugh. Now it’s your turn.

Officially, the fight over Kavanaugh’s nomination over. In reality, the ugliness of the last two weeks will be litigated again in the midterms.

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Susan Collins goes all in for Kavanaugh — and for Trump

In voting yes, Collins and her fellow Senate Republicans are on the brink of dealing a far-reaching setback to the Supreme Court’s standing in American life.

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It’s high time to integrate Boston Latin School

It’s time for Mayor Marty Walsh to show some political courage to tackle the roots of the gap in education: the standardized test that forms the cornerstone of the exam-school admissions process.

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Mayors step up on housing. Now it’s time for Beacon Hill to act

Officials need to clear away the thicket of regulations that stand in the way of creating innovative and affordable housing.

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We like beer too, and we like beer gardens

Restaurateurs don’t like them, but they’re nothing to fear — though it’s appropriate to refine regulations governing them.

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Spotlight report on court clerks reveals system needs public scrutiny

This weekend, the Globe’s Spotlight Team drew much-needed attention to a little-noticed corner of Massachusetts’ criminal justice system.

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The country won’t know the truth about Brett Kavanaugh unless the FBI investigation is a real one

The FBI has the best tools to determine whether Christine Blasey Ford or Brett Kavanaugh is telling the truth. Will the FBI be allowed to use them?

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Taking Massachusetts ed reform to the next level

The state needs a plan that provides not just additional money, but targets it in a way that will help those students who have been left behind.

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The lies that senators must tell themselves to support Brett Kavanaugh

The issue here is as much Brett Kavanaugh’s honesty in the present as what he may have done in 1982.

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Charlie Baker’s chance to shape the Gaming Commission

Big decisions are on the horizon — choices that will have far-reaching impact on thousands of jobs and millions in state tax revenues.

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Propuesta federal anti-inmigrante amenaza cobertura médica en Massachusetts

Algunos inmigrantes están cancelando beneficios públicos, como cobertura médica, por miedo a que la administración de Trump ponga en peligro sus solicitudes de residencia permanente.

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Anti-immigrant plan threatens health care in Massachusetts

Immigrants who have played by the rules are dropping health coverage, fearing that incoming Trump administration policies may jeopardize their green cards.

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This is no time for Betsy DeVos to gut sexual assault guidelines

The Trump administration’s support for alleged predators fuels concern that its new campus standards for sexual misconduct could be “weaponized” against accusers.

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Nuns secure a victory for gun safety advocates

The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary won a small but heartening victory on Tuesday.

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Rosenstein saga highlights need for Mueller bill

Monday’s theatrics served as an urgent reminder that Mueller’s investigation rests on a fragile foundation that Congress needs to reinforce.