Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I am a lucky individual politically. While I have won and lost elections multiple times for the Hopkinton Town Council, I have won seven times and currently am in my third term as vice President. I also chair the Republicans in my town. more
To the Editor: Anti-gun hysteria is sweeping the progressive left, the media and letters to the editor. On Gene Valicenti's radio talk show Governor Raimondo claimed military-style weapons are used in all mass shootings. Fact: FBI statistics show that more
To the Editor: I've had a business relationship with IGT since they were GTECH and well before they moved into the new office tower near the State House. My company - which is located in the heart of Cranston - provides IT staffing services for companies more
To the Editor: The Johnston mayor and Town Council like to tell us taxpayers how well they are doing holding the line on tax increases. Not so in my case. In their letter of July 15 they say … more
To the Editor: With the recent high-profile stories exposing sexual abuse and exploitation of children, many of us are incensed that this type of exploitation continues unabated. We are outraged at perpetrators of sexual abuse, yet how often do we really more
To the Editor: The Providence School System has been declared a catastrophe and is being taken over by the state. I was taught that the person or persons in charge of the city, in which the schools and other institutions are located, should be held more
To the Editor: In all our public facilities there is an urgent need to be informed and practice the required means of public safety from most hazardous incidents. The first is OSHA's Emergency Action Plan. A few of the requirements are: a plan for more
To the Editor: Gun violence as a public health crisis is complex; there is no simple solution that will eradicate gun violence. However, there is evidence that states that have stronger gun laws and fewer guns have fewer gun deaths. I do not believe it's more
To the Editor: Rhode Island's cities are struggling. City finances are tight across the state. Public schools are underfunded. Pension obligations are growing, and city services are being reduced. Some cities are teetering on the edge of fiscal crisis. more
To the Editor: The Alzheimer's Association Rhode Island Chapter thanks the Rhode Island General Assembly for its support for Alzheimer's legislation in 2019. Their actions will now have a profound impact on helping those that have been touched by this more
To the Editor: I learned to swim at the Budlong Pool, just as countless young people have through the years. In summer's peak, community pools serve a vital function: to cool down, stay active and get together. Following an alleged youth altercation at more
To the Editor:Have you heard about the Trump Administration’s latest cruelty against immigrants? One hundred thousand immigrant families with “mixed status” (regarding citizenship) … more
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