Letters to the editor
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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
To the Editor: With so much attention lately on public officials who have not fulfilled their obligations in their official capacity, it is important to remember that such individuals are in the … more
To the Editor: The bittersweet fruit of “Fed Up” has ripened on the tree of nationalism, and the first to pick the low hanging fruit of national identity were the voters of Great Britain, … more
To the Editor: When the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) previously searched for a new president, I and several others recommended that they appoint the airport's acting president, Peter Frazier. The board had no ear for the community and went out more
To the Editor: Who: The Communist North – supported by China and Russia. The South supported by the United States and the United Nation’s 21 countries. What: The Korean Peninsula (Choson), … more
To the Editor: My children were born at Kent Hospital. My wife and I have been there for outpatient services many times and I have had two brief hospitalizations there. Throughout these 30 years we have always received treatment from highly professional, more
To the Editor: On Monday, June 27 I officially filed my declaration of candidacy for the Warwick City Council Ward 7 seat. I am excited to take this next step in my campaign for City Council. I am … more
To the Editor: The presidential candidacies of Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders attest to a widespread anger with our federal government.  A similar sentiment pervades Rhode Island.  … more
To the Editor: I am writing to publicly applaud Rhode Island Education Commissioner Ken Wagner's recent decision on sparing 10th and 11th graders from Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing. Commissioner Wagner more
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