Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Please join my team, The Flying Flapdoodles, for the Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, September 16. The Rhode Island ALS Association sponsors this event that brings people together for a fantastic cause, to support ALS research and patient more
To the Editor: When we say the pledge of allegiance we dedicate ourselves to the Republic and the principles that undergird its foundation. These founding principles include: freedom of speech and press, equal justice under the law, no person is above more
To the Editor; I was going out early Tuesday morning, October 16. There was a tree downed from the high winds at the end of Armory Drive. I went to the DPW on Sandy Lane. At almost the same time that I got home, a DPW worker was already there cutting the more
Years have passed and I'm still standing here with my hand extended I thought by now that this would have ended Although not everything has stayed the same The corner has become crowded with new faces and new names The world doesn't care who you are It's more
To the Editor:This is an eye-opening but sad tale based for the most part, on the report, “Truth in Numbers” by Monique Morrissey of the Economic Policy Institute, June 20, 2013. To be as … more
To the Editor:Make no mistake, the ruckus surrounding the nomination of Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is about four things.First, Democrats have become the … more
To the Editor: I encourage both Congressmen Cicilline and Langevin to vote for the Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act. The Bipartisan bill passed in the Senate on October 11. The Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless more
To the Editor: As child and adolescent psychiatrists, we read with concern the letter written on 8/25/18 by Lance McCormack in the Providence Journal in which he demonizes the role of medication in treating children's psychiatric disorders. We all hope, more
To the Editor:My father’s brother, Edward Furey, worked as a street-care driver in downtown Pawtucket, but he had an interesting life. He married a woman from Ireland whose first name was Peggy … more
To the Editor:The Projo editorial, “Here comes the weed patrol,” of June 25 notes the Westerly Town Council passed an ordinance stipulating that “weeds” on a property six … more
To the Editor: There is a surgical procedure that is performed on young girls in over 30 countries, 27 African countries, Indonesia, Iraq Kurdistan and Yemen. It is called female genital mutilation. The practice attempts to control women's more
To the Editor: During Governor Raimondo's photo op signing of the driver licenses for dreamers act, one young lady who was interviewed declared herself an undocumented American." If you were born in another country and your parents are foreign nationals" more
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