Letters to the editor
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Baby Jayden's kidneys started failing the day he was born; by the time he was four months old, doctors had removed both of them. Daily dialysis kept him alive until a transplant was possible. Today, three years later, Jayden is thriving. more
It's about halfway through summer break, which means that most children across Rhode Island have settled into a summer routine. The days are full of sun, fun and delicious treats, but that doesn't mean that a healthy lifestyle more
To the Editor: There is a lot to learn from the recent defeat of the Senate Republican effort to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Every bill Republican leaders introduced had the same problem: massive cost shifts to purchasers of health insurance, more
To the Editor: The attempted murder of congressional staff and congressmen is one more tragic event that should be a call for our nation to engage in open and honest discussion on the purpose and limits of guns in our society. I believe America's more
To the Editor: Mayor Polisena, Mayor Avedisian and the other municipal leaders have been wrong in characterizing the continuing contract bill for teachers and municipal leaders as a bill that … more
To the Editor: Have any of the liberal left, those who have a soft spot in their heart for everyone and anyone, noticed what a marvelous time their ex-president is having? This man and his … more
To the Editor: On January 10 the Johnston Town Council met briefly to authorize sale of water to the proposed Invenergy power plant in Burrillville. Almost two dozen people, concerned that the … more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America (NCBSA) has been a bright spot in Rhode Island for over a century. Now, with an eye on the future, I am honored to have been selected by the scouts as … more
To the Editor: Seeing the longest day of the year, June 21, is behind us it brings me to reflect on the brevity of life. At this time, when life and all of nature are in full flower, the summer … more
To the Editor: Where’s the outcry against nuclear weapons? While many of us have marched for science, climate change, human rights, homelessness and jobs, one of the most serious problems we … more
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