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Navigating a way out of Boston area’s traffic jam

With the release of a long-awaited state report on Boston-area traffic, readers are eager to offer reactions and ideas.

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Splitting mental health from the rest of care is a costly policy mistake

“Without significant changes, we will fail to provide effective, cost-containing care over the long run.”

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Bring on a revamp of old Boston Edison site, housing included

“The current plant is a blight on the neighborhood and needs to be redeveloped.”

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Argument against D.C. statehood is a vote for oppression

“Why should those who are disenfranchised resort to uprooting their lives to appease the very system that oppresses them?”

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Planned high-rise is an ill fit for Chinatown, Leather District

“It’s another consequence of gentrification, and another indicator of the lack of equity in our city’s urban development policies.”

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Josh Gordon wants privacy — and he deserves it

“Whether or not he ever plays in another football game, I think it is more important for him to be able to get his life together.”

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Blasting air conditioner in warming world — another twisted byproduct of how we live

“These extra costs that we impose on ourselves are rooted in a system with an insatiable appetite for economic growth.”

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The stakes for 2020 are not just high, they’re dire

“If Donald Trump is given another term in office, it is almost certain that we will lose our democratic institutions.”