Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Unions are decrying the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Janus vs. AFSCME case that says public employees cannot be forced to pay union fees" that are used to support causes with which they do not agree. What law allows government" more
To the Editor: Recent literature written in the Warwick Beacon has criticized Mayor Solomon and our City Council regarding their cautious, investigative approach regarding new LED streetlights for Warwick. Their methodology is the right way to go. The more
To the Editor: I would like to point out an inaccuracy in an editorial published on April 5. A murky situation with Warwick Pond" stated the T.F. Green expansion project "filled in multiple acres of wetland in order to create space for a larger runway."" more
To the Editor: Even a very casual observer to the Washington political scene has to notice that last week's publication of a letter by an anonymous author to the New York Times marks a new low in the discourse over who is to govern our country. It would more
To the Editor: In an election year ploy Governor Raimondo announced that her education commissioner, Ken Wagner, issued a binding directive to all school superintendents to ban firearms from school property except those carried by visibly identified law" more
To the Editor: Freedom of speech? We, the people, of this great nation have freedom of speech, but not freedom of thoughts, beliefs and actions that don't coincide with the mainstream media, Hollywood, academia and the progressive liberal left Democrats. more
To the Editor: John Howell's recent story about Gaspee Days brought back pleasant memories to me. But they were not about the famous history. As a teenager I would walk from home in Warwick Downs to meet my friend, Nancy Shaw. We would head for Gaspee, more
To the Editor: In last week's Democratic primary, people of Senate District 30 honored me with a majority of their votes. I am deeply grateful to them, and thankful for the opportunity to serve in the Rhode Island Senate. At the same time, I have to more
To the Editor: Welcome to Warwick's new Mayor Joseph Solomon, and how fortunate Mayor Solomon was available to carry on improving the lives of all Warwick residents. I'm sure he'll make the best decisions in the continued growth for our great city. more
To the Editor: Politics can be tough to be in actively involved in, especially as a public figure. Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been finding that out. The issue is bigger than Judge Kavanaugh. Politics can be ruthless, and often to most, what to believe is more
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