Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:Warmer temperatures, crisp breeze and illuminating sunshine has filled many with excitement that spring is finally here. I woke up yesterday morning, checked my weather app, and … more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's plan to provide free college educations to Rhode Island's citizens is an excellent idea. Thankfully, after World War II ended, I was able to enroll at the University of Wisconsin under the G.I. Bill. I had served our more
To the Editor: Having spent 40 years as a high school administrator, athletic director, coach and teacher, I'm completely baffled and embarrassed by the hockey principal's committee and executive director of the RIIL. The Crusaders of Prout defeated the more
To the Editor: As a taxpayer-funded government agency, the Legislative Press and Public Information Bureau should not be used for slanderous attacks against private individuals and organizations. On February 20, Warwick Representatives David Bennett, more
To the Editor:Last week, Edgewood resident Frank Justin submitted a letter entitled “A lack of response.” Mr. Justin falsely accused the mayor’s office of failing to respond to his … more
To the Editor: John Cervone's recent letters have reached a new level of toxicity. His venomous attacks on President Obama suggest a racial bias. What else could explain his hatred for Obama while praising Donald Trump? Obama's eight years was free of more
To the Editor: U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who recently went on a fact finding trip to Syria, was repeatedly asked why the U.S. is supporting and arming terrorists groups. Every place she visited ordinary Syrians would say without hesitation that more
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
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