Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:I was in Providence Saturday and noted the line of (I assume) homeless folks getting a meal from the back of an SUV and I also noted signs that some protesters were carrying that were … more
To the Editor: John Cervone's recent letters have reached a new level of toxicity. His venomous attacks on President Obama suggest a racial bias. What else could explain his hatred for Obama while praising Donald Trump? Obama's eight years was free of more
To the Editor: In the last two decades, we have seen a 25 percent drop in the cancer death rate. But our work is not complete. Research suggests that roughly half of all cancer deaths can be prevented if we avoid tobacco, get physical activity, eat a more
To the Editor: Did former President Obama wiretap Trump Towers and try to interfere with the election? That's a question that might never be proven but one to consider. After all, it's a known fact that Obama tried to interfere and sway the election of more
To the Editor: When I think of Pawtucket I think of the Gamm Theatre, Slater Park and McCoy Stadium. The home of the Pawtucket Red Sox; it's been their home for the last 60 years. And now there's talk about moving them to a different place, perhaps out more
To the Editor: Energize Rhode Island Act (H5369/S365) is a landmark bill that would apply a simple and transparent fee on carbon pollution in our state, in coordination with similar bills being … more
To the Editor: Apparently, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello favors passage of H5510 that would prohibit those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence or subject to a restraining order from owning a firearm. I hope he takes the time to watch Rep. more
To the Editor: Are you ready for the new Math-iello? I applauded the Rhode Island Legislature for finally doing something about the unfair and regressive automobile tax. The taxpayers can now expect to get their own money back. I haven't followed the 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
To the Editor:A recent interview with Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner included statements about CCRI’s remedial programs that do not reflect aggressive … more
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