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Ongoing debate over Mass. tax relief
"Our housing crisis is largely because we have gained so much population," writes one reader. Another writes, "Estate taxes make the state noncompetitive."
Councilors’ slave-trade apology cites Faneuil by name. Why won’t they act?
I strongly urge the council to hold a citywide public hearing to change the name of Faneuil Hall. May this be a truly communal process.
To make green transition, we have to invest in electric grid
This is critical if we want an equitable and organized energy transition, one that benefits the entire Commonwealth, builds resilience in communities, and keeps the lights on and systems running.
Envisioning Boston’s future with a blue-sky mind-set
Readers responded to our selection of visions for the city as well as to our survey asking for what they'd like to see.
In a climate crisis, public impact of private jets is too great
The Massachusetts Port Authority needs to say no to new hangar space for private jets at Hanscom Field. We are in a climate emergency, and every policy decision has an impact.
The crisis in emergency rooms: It’s complicated
The problem of emergency room crowding and, in particular, the “boarding” of patients relates to the lack of primary care doctors and the lack of skilled nursing facility and rehab beds.
Two zoos? Then which zoo? Or no zoo at all?
Our two zoos allow visitors to connect with various animals in their own way.
No more waiting — put a stop to skin shock therapy
Each day of delay is another day of terror for the people subjected to this cruel intervention. It is time that the courts take action to stop the Rotenberg Center.