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Perla’s promises

The woman who enticed desperate Venezuelan immigrants onto the planes that dropped them on Martha’s Vineyard without notice last week is straight out of a Dickens story. She reflects an ugliness we must contend with. By Yvonne Abraham, Globe Columnist I can’t stop thinking about Perla. She is the woman who enticed those desperate migrants

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Republicans try to un-ring the bell on abortion

Lindsey Graham’s national abortion bill exposes a growing fracture in the antiabortion movement about what to do now, after the demise of Roe v. Wade. By Mary Ziegler Boston Globe September 18, 2022 With the head of the Susan B. Anthony List, a prominent antiabortion group, at his side, Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina

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Biden's Vision

Biden is successful despite GOP roadblocks

The following letter to the editor was published in The Sarasota Herald-Tribune on Sept 13, 2022. President Joe Biden and the Democrats have done an amazing job passing long-needed, important legislation; despite a Republican effort to undermine all their efforts. Despite inheriting the greatest public health crisis in U.S. history (COVID), crumbling and outdated infrastructure and a

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