Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, The March 11 issue devoted voluminous coverage to a single-interest group, School Safety Now: front page headline and another half page in the front section. In addition to … more
To the Editor, May 10 is the 90th anniversary of the 1933 purging of public and private libraries in Germany. Nazis snatched books from shelves, throwing them in the street to burn because … more
To the Editor, In regard to Councilwoman Germain's Apr. 19th response to the Mayor's accusations against her, I believe Ms. Germain presents a well written statement providing specific details … more
To the Editor, I have sat back for over a year now and watched the city start the development of The Knightsville Rehabilitation.  I will admit the Gazebo Park which we will call Phase 1 is … more
To the Editor, Right now, there are no protections for Old Growth Forests in Rhode Island. Even on public land. Old Growth Forests are forests over 100 years old that have unique characteristics … more
To the Editor, As a therapist working very close to the Rhode Island border am concerned for the workers and non-smokers who are again being exposed to second hand smoke inside the casino. I … more
To the Editor, A right isn’t a right when it’s been taken away. When it’s “practically nonexistent.” Even before Roger Williams’ 1663 colonial charter (per … more
To the Editor, My name is Daniel Arias. As a 13-year-old boy, I find it fascinating that stamp collecting used to be such a popular hobby. It's amazing to think that people would send letters and … more
To the Editor, Today most Americans have serious concerns about the direction our country is currently heading. Life has become a daily challenge to meet all our financial obligations and also to … more
An open letter to the House Judiciary Committee, It is with respect and concern that I am compelled to write today in opposition to H 5299, proposing to arm campus security at our state colleges … more
To the Editor, As a gun safety advocate and volunteer leader with Moms Demand Action, I am grateful for the work done in the RI legislature over the years to pass gun sense laws in our state. … more
To the editor, I feel the need offer another view on the proposed legislation regarding the Cranston Gun Range. My husband and I attended Western Hills and Cranston West in the 1970s. In the early … more
The birds do sing,  anyway. The flowers do bloom,   anyway. The waters do move,   anyway. The trees grow leaves,  anyway. The sun also rises,  … more
To the Editor, This year we will be celebrating our third Easter in the throes of the pandemic with an unknown timeframe.  We are also facing a devastating war in Eastern Europe, escalating … more
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