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Warren puts her cards on the table — is it a safe bet?

Readers weigh in now that Elizabeth Warren has released details about her Medicare for All plan.

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Youth sports has become an arena of awful behavior

Readers cry foul over the trend in youth sports of behavior so bad that high school referees are becoming scarce.

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Too easy to attack Facebook when so much journalism remains unaccountable

"The bottom line is that broadcasters must let candidates run ads that lie to voters. Yet a media storm rages against Facebook."

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Criminal justice reform has broad support from left and right

"States as politically and geographically diverse as Oregon, Nevada, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and many others have been forging ahead in their efforts."

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To safeguard our mail, we should demand China’s full compliance

"The United States should tell China, a major point of origin for fentanyl and other opioids, that we simply will longer accept any mail or packages from China Post without advanced electronic data."

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Public’s appetite for Nixon’s impeachment grew — in other words, it’s early yet

"It is far too soon to prognosticate how public opinion may change, and which Republican members of the House or Senate may support impeachment."

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One notable step toward coming to terms with Armenian Genocide

Readers reflect on a resolution in the House officially recognizing the Armenian Genocide.

On Ukraine call, ‘perfect’ is as, um, perfect does

Tinkering in Seaport, when real transit solutions are needed

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To dream, perchance, of getting good sleep

Readers react to a story on seniors’ challenges with sleep disorders.

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By all means, House should proceed — toward censure

“Censure would allow the House to return to political issues more useful to Democrats and could help protect the seats of those elected in 2018 in districts that had been won by the president.”

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Hoping we can repair our democracy

These times in Washington, D.C., recall the words of de Tocqueville for one reader.

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Not ready to give up on gondola idea

“It could transport thousands of passengers an hour and be a tourist attraction to boot.”

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Reasonable to press Iran on human rights, but we ought to look at our own country

“My morals and your morals and our neighbors’ morals do not necessarily define some concept of ‘American morals.’ ”

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Warren won’t have trouble appealing to voters

“Senator Warren’s advantages against Donald Trump aren’t just her superior policy positions and their appeal to swing voters.”

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Grave concern over the lands Harriet Tubman left behind

“It’s the fundamental concern of the climate justice movement that those who are least responsible for climate change suffer its gravest consequences.”

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We can’t afford to wait for the election to repair our cracked politics

“Trump, through his misuse of presidential powers and taxpayer money in the case of Ukraine, apparently is working directly to ensure that upcoming elections will not be fair.”

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Taking the fight to the fossil fuel industry

Readers raised objections to Jennifer C. Braceras’s critique of lawsuits targeting ExxonMobil over its impact on climate change.

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With Alzheimer’s, love and loss are intertwined

A portrait of Pam and Charles Ogletree’s journey together through his illness resonated with readers.

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Many reasons to back Charlie Baker’s push to invest in primary care

“Health care organizations across Massachusetts can learn from our neighbors in the Ocean State.”

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Impeachment instructions: Leave nothing out

“The articles of impeachment should itemize and emphasize the many ways in which Trump has abused his office.”

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Boston officer’s work with ICE under scrutiny

A report on how an officer’s work with federal immigration authorities may violate the Trust Act generated contrasting views from readers.

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Warren’s fiscal plan fails to see value of venture capital

“She has created the image of herself as someone whose research is beyond reproach. Possibly, her sources are only from those who agree with her.”

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That was no way for Baker administration to engage with its constituents

“What really jumped out at me was the governor’s staff refusing to provide their own names to disability rights protesters.”

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There is no ‘middle ground’ in auto emissions debate

A quote from an auto industry spokesman jumped out at one reader.