Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Rhode Island has made huge strides in recent years to expand investments in the state pre-K program and the results speak for themselves. During her first term, Governor Raimondo doubled the state's financial investment in public pre-K, more
To the Editor: February 14 is not always about chocolates and roses. For my family, a day devoted to love goes beyond our family circle and also extends to feeling appreciative of the supportive community around us. This includes the after school more
To the Editor: Put a fork in it. It's toast. Those are the disheartened comments of more Rhode Islanders when speaking of the state of the state and the re-election of governor Raimondo. Their hopes were predestined to shatter when the more
To the Editor: I have read some ridiculous letters in the past and thought that I had pretty much seen and heard it all, but I have been proven wrong. A recent letter to the Projo compared the federal government shutdown to slavery. The writer states more
To the Editor: Last week, the New York State Senate passed, and Governor Chris Cuomo signed, what can only be characterized as the most barbaric abortion law in the history of western civilization. This is not hyperbole. Paradoxically termed the more
To the Editor: I have found that much of what people say about Roger Williams is not true. They say that Williams worked as a minister, but he didn't. Yes, he ministered all of his life, but he made money by owning a trading post, and as Rhode Island more
To the Editor: What a beautiful spot. I never knew this land was up here." That's the kind of sentiment my husband and I regularly hear from first-time visitors to our small home in a private area off of Natick Avenue. When we were scoping out a new" more
To the Editor: The horrific massacre of five innocent women in a bank in Sebring, Florida begs for an immediate solution of an invasion by an active shooter into any public occupied space. Gun control is not the sure answer as a derange assassin can and more
To the Editor: Contract cuts to outside service providers recently made by DCYF have left some foster and adoptive families scrambling. Families should sit tight as DCYF figures out what is next. In the meantime, these families are not alone -they have a more
To the Editor: I am writing to thank the members of the community, administration, Cranston City Council and Planning Commission for their interest and attention to the 8.1-megawatt solar project that my company has proposed for the property off Natick more
To the Editor: In her inaugural address, Governor Raimondo reiterated her call for a ban on so-called assault weapons and high-capacity magazines." This notwithstanding that the report of her hand picked working group on gun safety could not agree on a" more
To the Editor: The Alzheimer's Association estimates there are more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease and more than 16 million Alzheimer's caregivers. As an Alzheimer's advocate, it is my honor to represent them. Congress just more
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