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Boston’s bill for climate change is coming due

Boston-03/02/18-A man walks slowly through a flooded sidewalk off Congress Street, where water was flowing over from Fort Point Channel in the Seaport district. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)

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We all benefit from the wonders of Boston’s shoreline, and we all must share the burden of keeping the city and its people safe.

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The tortured voting experience in Georgia and North Dakota is increasingly becoming the norm in far too many places in America.

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The Globe editorial board urges a vote for yes on 3 to affirm equal rights protections for transgender individuals in Massachusetts.

Opinion | Jonathan M. Albano

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The civil rights of transgender Massachusetts residents depend on citizens voting yes on Question 3.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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Opinion | Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

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The Trump administration’s eagerness to whitewash an ally’s apparent extrajudicial killing of a critic is appalling but not surprising.

Opinion | Geoff Diehl

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Rolling back the 2017 tax cuts and deregulations would threaten to return the nation — and the state — to the economic doldrums.

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Congress need not follow the Trump administration into a moral wilderness, where the only thing that matters is the brute exercise of state power.

Opinion | Marcela García

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The oil company’s profits support a government that starves its people.

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The Boston Public Schools need a dynamic, take-charge kind of leader — for the long term.

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Boston’s bill for climate change is coming due

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