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Massachusetts can succeed in a teleworking world

In the post-pandemic remote-work economy, there’s no reason the state can’t attract as many workers as it loses.

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Governor Baker is right — schools must reopen

Children have fallen behind academically. Pediatricians report rising anxiety and depression among kids. Schools can reopen safely for in-person learning, and it’s past time they do.

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Becerra’s fearlessness frightens GOP foes

But a pandemic is no time to delay the confirmation of the head of the Department of Health and Human Services.

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‘Civilianizing’ police details can be win-win

Thousands of requests go unfilled even as BPD maintains a stranglehold on those lucrative gigs.

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Despite census delays, accuracy must be the top goal of redistricting

States should prioritize getting it right over getting it fast.

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Restaurants don’t need indoor dining. They need a bailout.

Democrats’ proposal to include $25 billion in restaurant grants in the next major COVID relief package could save restaurants — and lives.

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It’s time to fix the Affordable Care Act

The law still functions, but it could work much better.

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How not to pick a police commissioner

Marty Walsh bungled the process, choosing Dennis A. White as the city’s top cop without a search or serious background check. The next mayor shouldn’t repeat that mistake.