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Outcry over bid to restrict protests in D.C.

The Trump administration is considering restrictions on protests in public spaces in Washington.

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In reform of Supreme Court, raise the bar for Senate confirmation

“The need for a supermajority vote might well induce future presidents to tack to the center rather than to the extremes.”

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Hotel’s neighbors weary of din of hotel picket line

“As a resident of the building across the street [from the Westin], our lives have been upended by the noise.”

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A sell-by date for some of our older members of government?

Alex Beam took a shot at the oldest senators on the Judiciary Committee. Many readers were not amused.

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Kavanaugh process highlights crying need for term limits

“No one should have an unlimited entitlement to any federal position of power.”

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Getting Greater Boston’s commuters unstuck

A number of features of last week’s transportation issue drew reaction from Ideas readers.

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Victims and their memories

Jeff Jacoby’s column on the fallibility of memory in the Kavanaugh case prompted reaction from readers.

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Mayor Walsh heightens focus on future of Long Island

Readers respond to the city’s call for public input on Mayor Walsh’s proposal for the future of Long Island.

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Ladies and gentlemen, the Clintons

Readers were divided over the reemergence of Hillary and Bill Clinton.

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Kavanaugh has earned his pariah status at Harvard

“If Kavanaugh were to show up to teach classes, the revulsion would be great, as would the tumult.”

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Jesus as founder of Catholic Church? Not exactly

“The Matthean idea of Peter as the ‘rock’ has led to one-true-churchism — questionable theology and spirituality.”

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Democrats have played right into GOP bullies’ hands

“Democrats have squandered the apparent lead they held heading into the midterm election.”

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The president apologizes

“Who’s going to apologize to Christine Blasey Ford on behalf of the American people?”

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There shouldn’t be a whiff of concern about composting

“A good stir and an armful of dried leaves or other high-carbon material is the cure” for unpleasant odors.

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Senator Collins has some explaining to do

Readers hold a range of views on Senator Susan Collins’s pivotal support for Brett Kavanaugh.

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Judicial terminology needs a tweak

“The Senate has filled a vacancy on the Supreme Court but has created one in English usage.”

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Looking for a way forward in transportation

After Sunday’s roundup, we feature more readers’ views on Greater Boston’s transportation challenges.

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To really address inequity, we should dismantle exam schools

“Exam schools are designed essentially to maintain our country’s racial hierarchy.”

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Note to policy makers: Algorithms without human connection get you nowhere

“I see little evidence that BPS made a serious effort to engage stakeholders before and during the process.”

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In design of BU center, one can see a pitch, of sorts, to Amazon

“All the architect has to do is to add a smile-like arrow shape to one end of a level.”

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Motorists want their rightful place on scenic stretch of Allston

“I have a choice: the Mass. Pike or Storrow Drive. . . . I see the living city. The choice is easy, every day.”

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From point A to point B, and everything in between

Readers had a range of views on Greater Boston’s transportation challenges, from concerns about inequity to an appeal from west of Worcester.

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Violence in the emergency room

A survey of more than 3,500 emergency physicians indicates the violence against staff is growing worse.

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Trump administration content to sit back and watch planet warm

Buried in an environmental impact statement is the administration’s assumption that the plant will warm 7 degrees by century’s end.

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Perille gets her license to lead Boston schools — if only it were that easy for aspiring principals

“Her achievement of a superintendent’s license only serves to underscore an ongoing frustration about the state’s licensing.”