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Yet another scheme cooked up to grow our nest eggs

An op-ed detailing steps to take toward boosting retirement savings generated skeptical reaction from readers.

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There’s abortion law, and then there are real-world cases

Two readers make forceful points as Mass. lawmakers weigh legislation expanding abortion access.

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Mass. should move fast to protect pupils from lunch shaming

“Congress often moves slowly, and children and families in Massachusetts cannot afford to wait.”

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Funding debate is key to the promise of education in Mass.

“The state education funding formula, set decades ago, has not kept up with inflation, and poor districts suffer disproportionately.”

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A key player behind the scenes of a turning point for East Boston

“Jim King lit a candle of hope for this one beleaguered community. That candle kindled a fire of passion for what today is called environmental justice.”

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At Brigham and Women’s, hall is not so hallowed anymore

Readers shared former Harvard Medical School dean Jeffrey Flier’s view that the hospital should not have removed portraits from its amphitheater.

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Despite calls for her firing, Conway still standing — and talking — at White House

“Instead of firing Conway, , as [agency head Henry] Kerner had recommended, Trump patted her on the back.”

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A congestion solution: Let harried commuters off the hook when they’re late

“The stress caused by long commutes and frequent delays is borne by the workers of the state.”