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Daily Talker: Green Light To Chip Away At Blue Laws

Do you agree with a bill to allow earlier liquor sales on Sundays?



Daily Talker: Is The World Cup Dream Over?

What did you think of Team USA’s World Cup run?


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Daily Talker: What Do You Think About Schools Getting Rid Of Salad Bars?

Getting kids to eat healthy is a constant battle. Now, parents have lost an ally. Some Boston schools are getting rid of salad bars.


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Daily Talker: What Is Your Message For Our Troops?

While you’re enjoying all of the freedoms we have, take a moment to remember those who fight so you can live this way. It’s important to thank our service men and women for their work and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.



Daily Talker: What Do You Think Of The New Dress Code In Lawrence?

Lawrence Mayor Daniel Rivera is trying to change his city’s image. He’s starting with the dress code.



Daily Talker: What are you teaching your children by always being on your cellphone?

Do you use your cellphone around your children? Are you always on it in front of them? Is it sitting on the table at every meal?


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Daily Talker: Phone-Free Friday

Town asking residents to give up phones and gadgets today, and spend more time face-to-face.


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Daily Talker: Creepy Photos OK By Law?

Should it be illegal to take “upskirt” photos in public places? Did the SJC get it wrong?


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Daily Talker: Teen Sues Parents For Tuition

Should parents have to pay for tuition, college costs for girl who left home over strict rules?


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Daily Talker: South Boston Parade Compromise

As gays and lesbians negotiate to be allowed in the parade, at least one long-time participant says they’re walking away. The Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Harvard announced in a statement Monday that its band will not march in the parade because MassEquality has been allowed to participate. The school’s principal said the school “will not condone or appear to condone the homosexual lifestyle.”