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“When kids get together, they organize a hierarchy,” says a researcher who frequently consults with schools to solve problems with bullying.

Citizens have a responsibility to read, to listen to, to look for, and to embrace news from sources that will widen their perspectives and understanding. After all, since it is the people who hold sovereign power in our democracy, they must not be like King Tigranes and listen only to those with whom they agree. They must not kill the messengers — the journalists who tell the truth.

Illegal marijuana is already here. It must be regulated so that the product New Yorkers use is safe.

A primary typically draws more voters than a caucus. It’s more inclusive, better run, and therefore more representative of the people voting.