Letters to the editor
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To Governor Rimando and the people that run the State of Rhode Island: $5 million for two words and a few colors. I'd love to see the itemized receipt for that kind of money. After all, the state usually wants to see receipts from people if their more
1854 Redux The famine pushed the Irish huddled mass across the sea And many heard Rhode Island was the land of liberty The Irish had to deal with bigotry and hate The natives shouted epithets such as 'Micks on the Make' And some more
To the Editor: Congratulations to the Rhode Island voters, who demonstrated in Tuesday’s April 26 Primary voting, that they can “go outside the box.” Hopefully, they will continue this … more
To the Editor: One of the arguments domestic abusers and gun right advocates use against removing guns is that it’s their property and right. H7243 and H7575 have a different perspective and … more
To the Editor: As members of the City Council, we are asking that the administration monitor the major utilities’ work on city roads. We are displeased with the condition of roads throughout … more
To the Editor: When I got the invitation from my local representative, Nick Mattiello, to go to the Oaklawn Grange on April 9 it read, “Your opinion counts, come to our town meeting. “ … more
To the Editor: President George Washington was greatly dismayed as he watched the formation of political parties. He no doubt could foresee the often negative and destructive force it would be to … more
To the Editor: I attended the Eden Park Elementary School Family Dance this past Friday night. It was a hoe-down themed cowboy party complete with sheriff badges, corn bales, and line dancing. What a night - kids laughing and running around, families more
To the Editor: Today's public school teachers are well prepared. They just do not have the time to prepare detailed, well-written daily lessons. To solve this problem, the daily lessons to be taught in each subject should be written or updated during the more
To the Editor: On March 28 the Cranston City Council in a 7 to 2 vote decided to put the safety of our children and grand children in harms way. That night seven councilmen stood with a minority … more
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