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LETTERS

State’s high unemployment makes a case against raising income tax on wealthy

"Lawmakers should be extremely wary of amending the Massachusetts Constitution to allow for a graduated income tax that nearly doubles state income taxes on those earning over $1 million annually."

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Pandemic makes Boston’s addiction battle that much harder

The epicenter of the city's addiction crisis is seeing a host of new pressures in the grip of the pandemic.

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Sights are set on voting sites

Readers respond to a Globe editorial calling for volunteers to step forward to boost the numbers of poll workers and observers.

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Transforming Allston interchange — the question is how

In response to Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack's recent op-ed, stakeholders and observers weigh in with a range of alternative visions for the Allston Multimodal project.

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Speaking of ‘Rage,’ rage, and the president on the page

As some question whether author Bob Woodward waited too long to reveal what he knew, readers keep their ire pointed squarely on President Trump.

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Waiting, impatiently, for military brass to weigh in

"The role of our military leadership, active or retired, is to protect our democracy, period."

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Brady . . . Belichick . . . two teams, twice the fun

"It’s not Belichick 1, Brady 0. They didn’t actually play each other."

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An uplifting message, until the putdown of the president

"Would it have killed Philip to actually take a small break from that vitriol, rather than letting the world know how awful she thinks President Trump is?"