Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, Today we should be welcoming Helena Foulkes as the incoming Democratic nominee for  governor of Rhode Island.  Why?  Because she won the election-day vote … more
To the Editor, Last Monday I attended the City Hall meeting for the shooting range grievances. I did not speak before you [the council] because those who did said what I would have. I have … more
To the Editor, It’s the back-to-school season, which means back-to-school shopping and time to get rid of last year’s fashions and sizes. But what happens to the old clothes? Some … more
To the Editor, Must your electric bill go up this winter an extra $50/month? Or will our PUC (Public Utilities Commission) stop punishing some of us for being poor, and stop protecting RI … more
 To the Editor,   Majesty is a word that can truly be said about Queen Elizabeth II. Whether you believe in a monarchy form of government or not, it has staying power of in the … more
To the Editor, As the President & CEO of the Rhode Island Health Care Association (RIHCA), an association with 64 member facilities representing 80 percent of the profession, I am writing to … more
To the Editor, Driving home to Knightsville this past week I was shocked to see the dismantling of the gazebo across from the feast society – callously ripped apart with pieces strewn about … more
To the Editor, There is a reason Rhode Islanders have lost faith in politicians. Many lack the integrity and courage to stand-up for what is right. They are more focused on getting elected or … more
To the Editor,   Currently the U.S. House has not joined the Senate in passing their version of honoring first responders. The Senate passed their resolution in June 2019 and their date … more
To the Editor, When the U.S. Congress was drafting, debating and ratifying the Second Amendment back in the late 1700s, they could have never imagined the advances in technology, weaponry and … more
To the Editor, Twenty-two years ago, I was a candidate for Congress in Rhode Island’s Second Congressional District. I was not elected, and have spent the ensuing decades working all over … more
To the Editor, So many meetings and discussions regarding this statue that has stood in Providence for over 100 years. Why is there an issue now in the last few years? Seems Providence has been … more
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