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LETTERS

Greed-driven environmental policy leads only to ruination

"When Donald Trump leaves the White House and returns perhaps to his chosen career in development, he will have cleared the way, literally, for his projects."

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An amendment is our only recourse to faulty Citizens United ruling

"Only a constitutional amendment can permanently overturn a Supreme Court decision."

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Debating rent control

With proposals for rent control being debated, readers sound off on its implications.

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Boston is a city with dwindling numbers of children

"I expect it has been exacerbated in recent years because the new neighborhoods of the city, such as the Ink Block and the Seaport, are not welcoming to families with children."

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Beach battle bingo in Beverly

Readers see one key lesson from a years-long battle between Beverly neighbors: The beach should belong to the public.

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Accountability is shown the door in impeachment trial

Readers express their frustration as Republican senators appear poised to give President Trump a pass.

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With her flourish of pens, Pelosi has jabbed at her own legacy

"After talking about the solemnity of impeachment on numerous occasions, she was seen gloating and joking during the signing of the articles and handing out engraved pens."

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For psychiatric care, nurse practitioners need time, mentoring before practicing alone

"Governor Baker’s proposal to allow nurse practitioners to practice independently in Massachusetts should be opposed in its current form."