As life continues to reemerge, we're being more selective about what meetings to attend, how much socializing to do, how we spend our time. Businesses, happy to have survived, are looking for ways to do business differently, more boldly. Activists, empowered, are gathering ideas for next steps. State politics is on the move. The new Springfield could turn out better than the one before. – Fletcher Farrar, editor and CEO

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