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No joy in Foxborough

Two readers offer conflicting views on the struggling Patriots.

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T stands not for MBTA, but for ‘troubled,’ or ‘tardy,’ or . . .

Readers point to two recent stories in venting their frustration with the MBTA.

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There’s a better path for Democrats, GOP to forge together

"I propose that Democrats reach out to Republicans and offer to drop impeachment in exchange for censure, as long as Republicans agree that what the president did was wrong and is unacceptable."

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Readers share their adventures in the health care maze

Readers share their challenges, from navigating Medicare options to grappling with the Massachusetts Connector.

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Doing away with legacy admissions is not the answer to economic diversity

"If anyone suffers from the preference, it is children from other privileged families in which the parents are alumni of a different university."

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Birth control — women’s work, in other words

An article about research on a monthly birth-control leaves one reader scratching her head.

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No US meddling here — Bolivian leader’s fall was of his own making

"People had seen the fraud coming. It had been foreordained by previous measures, such as ignoring the constitution and packing the courts and the electoral commission."

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The less comfortable side of North’s history with slavery

"Far and away the most uncomfortable part of recognizing this history is the long-lived effect it all still has."

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Trump, the Democrats, and the gathering Sturm (and Drang)

Readers weigh in as the impeachment process gathers momentum -- and momentousness.

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Regarding Buttigieg, middle America has spoken

"He is the essence of middle America and is garnering respect and excitement from voters all over the political spectrum."

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Group is on the front line of water quality protection

"Using biosolids makes soils healthier, reduces irrigation requirements, and reduces atmospheric carbon by storing it in the soil."

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Crumbling infrastructure blocks students’ way to a quality education

A story in the Globe's Great Divide series, reporting on crumbling public schools, stirred readers to react.

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Cost of early child care is unsustainable

"For innovative financing ideas, we can look to the US military, which identified the lack of quality options for child care as a military readiness issue."

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‘Road diet’ in West Roxbury is about more than just bike lanes

Readers write in support of a plan to reduce vehicle lanes on Centre Street in West Roxbury.

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Facebook’s corporate malfeasance

"If a company knowingly produced or accepted flawed parts, that company would be liable."

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Research on religion and violence enters gray area

Readers were troubled by an op-ed detailing research into the link between religion and violence.

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Cyclists have a road to travel before they can be called ‘traffic’

"I was sympathetic to cyclists until I spent two years driving in Cambridge daily."

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Early Social Security benefits are a choice, not a penalty

"Choosing to receive benefits early is an additional benefit compared with not having an option to receive them at all until the set retirement date."

Why hold off on hearing a prodigy?

"If Eichler had his way, the world would never have Glenn Gould’s 1955 performance of the Goldberg Variations, at age 22."

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Too many with their head in the sand and a chip on their shoulder

"One has to give serious consideration to the information in determining whether this president has overstepped his bounds."

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Stand back — here comes the artificial food

An op-ed celebrating the disruption of the dairy industry left a bad taste for some readers.

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Having experienced tragedy, they welcome distracted-driving bill

"We have been actively supporting this bill for 14 years, following the death of our 30-year-old son and the serious injuries incurred by his wife of just three years."

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Lobbyist? DiMasi should consider a different line of work

"Surely, DiMasi can find other ways to benefit society."

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One couple’s end-of-life decision

Readers grapple with the planned suicide of a Maine couple in their 70s.