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Jun 24, 2022

If only the Supreme Court justices had better sex ed

If we had universal sex education, we probably wouldn’t be in this place, writes Jaclyn Friedman. Our leaders would at least understand basic human biology, and that women are co-equal human beings who deserve to be treated as such.

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Jun 23, 2022

It costs a fortune to live in Greater Boston. A new zoning law could help

A new state zoning law mandates that 175 communities serviced by the MBTA have at least one zone where multi-family housing is allowed by right. It could make it easier for communities to embrace smart growth, helping to ease our statewide housing shortage.

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