Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Within the last couple of days, we have seen a number of new investments in our city. I had the honor of attending a ribbon cutting for Distinctive Dance on Post Road in Greenwood, … more
To the Editor: Because of its location and size, Rhode Island should fund the repair of its bridges and roads by reducing its tax on gasoline and diesel fuel to 20 cents per gallon. Every RI driver, (private and business), would save 16 cents per gallon. more
To the Editor: The proposed legislation Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (S. 2497 and H. 7771) and revised Nursing Compact (H. 8077) are a set of wolves in sheep clothing. Beyond the flowery introduction, these proposed laws transfer legislative more
To the Editor: Congratulations to the Rhode Island voters, who demonstrated in Tuesday’s April 26 Primary voting, that they can “go outside the box.” Hopefully, they will continue this … more
To the Editor: Here’s a caveat that Rhode Islanders would do well to consider: I strongly suggest that it would be unwise to trust the free personal document shredding program administered and … more
To the Editor: I was pleased to see the space you gave to publicizing a boxing program for people with Parkinson’s disease that meets in Pawtucket. It is a very successful exercise program. A … more
To the Editor: I was pleased to participate in the ribbon cutting for Rhode Island Housing's new Help Center located in Warwick on Monday, July 25. As a member of the board of commissioners of Rhode Island Housing, I am proud of the work this agency does more
To the Editor: I had just finished reading John Howell’s editorial (July 26 Beacon) about how wonderful it is to travel to the new section of Main Avenue when a blast from a passing police car … more
To the Editor: Debbi McInteer’s letter (“Patient access to doctors threatened by proposed bill,” May 26) includes many inaccuracies and distortions about the proposed Interstate Medical … more
To the Editor: Elephants in circuses or other traveling shows lead a miserable existence. Not only do they spend the majority of their lives in chains, but they are also subjected to a cruel … more
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