Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Recently, I wrote an open letter to the mayor that appeared on these pages. I wrote that letter after the mayor's office failed to respond to several previous letters, and inquires, concerning the 40-year paving problem on Narragansett more
To the Editor: I'm appalled at Donald Trump's proposed budget that would slash billions of dollars from social programs, claiming they are a waste of taxpayer dollars. He would use part of that money to help fund his pet project: the wall on the more
To the Editor: The page two article in the Providence Journal of March 21, titled “State police’s no-bid contract with firm called problematic” is certainly a problem; both for the content … more
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: Chris Curran wrote a half page rancid tripe op-ed piece that appeared in this paper (and several others on 2/23), but it was more an unadulterated slam on President Trump who has been in office a full month. A whole month! Mr. Curran more
Dear Mr. Mayor: I came to your office recently to personally follow-up on my numerous unanswered letters, and to make a future appointment concerning the on-going Narragansett Blvd. paving issues those letters address. The road has been in major more
To the Editor: Many years ago, the Nixon Administration was fond of stating, “Watch what we say, not what we do.” From my perspective, it seems that RI’s Senior Senator is taking the same … more
To the Editor: Imagine living in a world where you can't voice your opinion on matters that will affect you for years to come because you're not old enough. As a teen in today's America sometimes that's what it feels like, but the founders of our country more
To the Editor: Again this session a group of progressive Democrats led by Rep. Aaron Rugenberg has introduced the so-called high capacity magazine bill (H5155). Co-sponsors include newly-elected progressive Democrats Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, Susan Donovan more
To the Editor: Gentlemen, when is someone going to tell Governor Gina Raimondo that she is a governor, not a queen, and that Speaker Mattiello and Senator Paiva-Weed are not consorts? On television she stated that she decided to invest $3.6 million to more
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