Letters

When a killer’s words have a greater purpose

Greg Gibson “did not give Wayne Lo a spotlight. He used his son’s killer to make a point about easy access to guns.”

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State cannabis panel fully intent on enforcing rules

“When it comes to ownership and control limits, the law, regulation, and guidance are strong.”

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Opposition to plan to ease Logan congestion is shortsighted

“Massport deserves applause for delivering a serious plan that will remove millions of vehicle trips per year.”

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Bring back the filibuster, in all its voluble glory

“Compel these millionaire senators to stand up and put their mouth where their money is.”

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Fight surprise medical bills with transparent protections

Advocates and providers see a pressing need for the state to take action against unexpected out-of-network medical bills.

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Survivors of Simon’s Rock shooting traumatized anew by prison interview

“How can there be a positive impact from giving a murderer the spotlight?”

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Our health care system, perpetually on alert

The GOP hasn’t given up on taking down Obamacare. Readers aren’t giving up on making our current system better.

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Be mindful of the language used to describe acts of prostitution

“Coverage continues to refer to what these unfortunate victims do as sexual ‘favors.’ ”

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As the clock ticks in fight to save planet

Readers share op-ed writer Bill McKibben’s urgency about fighting climate change.

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More state control is not the answer to students’ needs

“State interventions often don’t work.”

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We all lose when rising rents push nonprofits out of the city

“A vibrant, thriving nonprofit sector is critical to our city.”

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Green New Deal is a catalyst for debating clean energy

Senator Ed Markey and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s proposal has ignited a welcome policy discussion.

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Surrounded by ‘acting’ agency chiefs, Trump grabs power in full view

“Our so-called government is a burgeoning organization reflecting the will of Trump alone.”

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In breakthrough on black hole, a lesson for all of us

It is “especially inspiring to read about the lengths that Katherine Bouman and other scientists took to make certain they were accurate.”

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Rent control is an idea whose time has come . . . back

Readers offer counterpoint to Jeff Jacoby’s argument against rent control.

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Mass. lawmakers offer a way to help protect students from gun violence

“Lives are saved when students are taught to recognize the warning signs of violence and suicide and given safe ways to reach out for help.”

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A stay-in-your-lane app for personal-space invaders?

It could “alert the owner when he or she has crossed appropriate boundaries.”

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Discussions of the Russians: still sifting through hints of scandal

Readers disagreed with Stephen Kinzer’s view of ‘Russiagate’ as folly.

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Charting a way forward for Mass. schools

As Beacon Hill mulls a new public school funding formula, there is disagreement over how to proceed.

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Developers have proceeded with ear tuned to Roxbury, South End neighbors

“Our priority is to restore a Boston landmark and provide economic benefits to all our neighbors, not enter into a dispute over neighborhood boundaries.”

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Senseless overreaction on Biden

“Democrats are eating their own while Rome is burning.”

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The deception of electronic medical records

“The only purpose of that click was to get back top dollar.” — Dr. Samuel Shem

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From Mass. to Wyoming, with a tale to tell about our country’s politics

A former Bay Stater offers his perspective after an unsuccessful run in Wyoming’s Republican senatorial primary.

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Call to curb military spending is rife with misplaced priorities

“Your letter writer would leave the world’s oldest constitutional republic defenseless.”

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If Harvard coach’s home sale is a teachable moment, then we’ve got a lot to learn

“This is common sense, not a matter of interpreting technical questions or legal regulations.”