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LETTERS

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Not the Orange Line.

What are the odds that the T will complete its repairs on the Orange Line by Sept. 19

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The fault is not in our stars

For 50 years, the Popular Democratic Party in Puerto Rico and its mainland allies have been helping to keep the current “colonial” regime of territorial government alive.

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Regulate housing at the county level, not town by town

I moved here from Maryland in 1990. The cost of housing almost kept me from making the move.

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If you build bike infrastructure, they will ride — safely

With our mass transportation offerings crumbling beneath us providing more room for safe bike riding is needed more than ever before.

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A ballot measure that could mean billions in new revenue

Only the very rich will pay more, and we will have billions of dollars in new revenue to build a better economy that’s fair for everyone.

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Christian Vázquez deserved better

Vázquez gave his heart, his knowledge, his loyalty and grit to the Red Sox for the last 8 years.

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Judah Folkman and his words that mattered

I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Judah Folkman whose words have stayed with me all these years.

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End of life options are broader than simply ending one’s life

Since the Legislature has once again failed to pass the “End of Life Options Act,” it is time for a significantly revised and improved bill in the next legislative session.