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LETTERS

State officials can’t obscure fact that their bid would hinder access to public records

“If the law says no one can access a marriage record for 90 years, regulations cannot legally say anything else.”

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Mass. Senate lauded for taking steps to fix broken mental health system

“Why can people receive life-saving cardiac care without question while care for life-threatening mental health and substance use disorders is unavailable to so many?”

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Both Mass. and casino need to see value of committing to footbridge

"The Commonwealth has a can’t-miss opportunity for a public-private partnership to complete this critical infrastructure."

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AG Barr: bullied from day one

“You have now been caught in your blatant service as his personal attorney general and not the attorney general of the United States of America.”

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Rep. Moulton backs teen’s push to lower voting age

“The fact that we require working 16-year-olds to pay taxes but give them no say in that process is reason enough.”

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When small businesses are casualties of the trade war

Readers take contrasting views of the woes of a Boston-area small business in the face of the US trade war with China.

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Former Mass. US attorneys toss the ol’ political football around

“All of this posturing avoids a long-overdue debate about how to decrease federal sentences across the board.”

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Dem-election derby

With no clear front-runner in the Democratic presidential field, the path forward looks bumpy.