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LETTERS

Pending Supreme Court case strikes at heart of underlying message of census

"On Nov. 30, the Supreme Court will take up the Trump administration plan to eliminate noncitizens from the count."

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State Police corruption is an outrage, a travesty, and sadly, an ongoing story

"It is frightening to think that so many of these troopers, with so much power over citizens, are themselves criminals."

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Take note, governor: Mass. appellate courts short of jurists with criminal defense experience

"Lawyers who represent criminal defendants, if appointed to our appellate courts, would naturally bring a different and important perspective to the consideration of cases."

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A new Supreme Court makes congressional election that much more important

"Some of what this Supreme Court has done, and may do, can be remedied with legislation."

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Brockton native heartened to see city portrayed in a positive light

"I wish the new generation all the best in their efforts to revitalize the city that I still like to call home."

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Boston police union’s pushback against reforms is the wrong move

"Has the union ever expressed even a willingness to listen and discuss when presented with the need for change?"

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For him, this election is important like no other

"In my 67 years, I’ve never known a significant portion of the populace to have the level of despair that people feel now. Democracy has never been under siege as it is currently."

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As election nears, Trump fatigue is keenly felt

Two recent columns about living under the Trump administration cried, "Make it stop." Readers took notice.