Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Once again Memorial Day has come and gone, leaving behind a hint of fading pseudo patriotism that will soon fade quickly into disinterest and apathy. Once the parades have ended and the various festivities have been blown away the more
To the Editor: Rhode Islanders have seen a steady erosion of basic human rights in the areas of medical informed consent and health care choice. The slow but consistent usurpation of core rights is multifaceted, manifesting in a paternalistic statewide more
To the Editor: With no thanks to Senators Reed and Whitehouse, the nomination of Mike Pompeo as our new Secretary of State was achieved by the wisdom of 57 senators who voted to approve. With outstanding credentials, Mike Pompeo is the perfect person for more
To the Editor: We can stop climate change. Recent breakthroughs and ongoing innovation have given us the tools we need to fix the problem. We don't have to wait for new discoveries before we start. We can start now, which is good because, at this point more
To the Editor: Several years ago, I wrote to this paper to explain how Rhode Island Home Care Agencies have gotten the short end of the stick for many years. In 2016 and 2017, after many years of fighting, agencies received pass-thru raises for the CNAs more
To the Editor:The Projo editorial, “Here comes the weed patrol,” of June 25 notes the Westerly Town Council passed an ordinance stipulating that “weeds” on a property six … more
To the Editor: I attended a Cranston Planning Commission meeting on February 6th at Cranston East High School. The main business before the Commission at this monthly meeting was a proposal to change the City's Comprehensive Land Use Plan and zoning more
To the Editor:I am writing this letter to discuss the recent article written titled “Fung happy with poll, focuses on Cranston success.” After reading this article, one specific quote … more
To the Editor: My name is Mia Ramirez. I own and live in one of the 40 homes that will be impacted by the Cumberland Farms if approved, as I live on Henry Street in Cranston. I have lived in Rhode Island most of my life and moved to Edgewood about four more
To the Editor: During Governor Raimondo's photo op signing of the driver licenses for dreamers act, one young lady who was interviewed declared herself an undocumented American." If you were born in another country and your parents are foreign nationals" more
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