Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Thank you, Mr. Cervone, for your heart-felt apology. I'm glad you accepted that your thoughts on former-President Obama taking less affluent taxpayers with him on his vacation trips were positively inane. It's comforting to learn that more
To the Editor: Representatives McNamara, Shanley, and Bennett recently sent out a press release accusing (unnamed) individuals of spreading false information" concerning the proposed legislation on abortion. They state that the proposal will "not allow" more
To the Editor:“Cut taxes – cut spending.”This was the mission statement for my mayoral campaign. This is the mission statement of the 13,278 taxpayers that voted for me. This is the … more
To the Editor: There is a lot to learn from the recent defeat of the Senate Republican effort to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Every bill Republican leaders introduced had the same problem: massive cost shifts to purchasers of health insurance, more
To the Editor: Attention taxpayers: Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur wants all of us taxpayers to contribute/pay large sums of money for sewers in his ward. For these past years, he has preyed on other areas in Warwick, demanding everything possible to pay more
To the Editor:On Feb. 15 a local paper carried a story from the Norwich Bulletin relating to a Russian “Spy Ship” off the Coast of Connecticut. (Lawmakers: Russian ship patrolling off … more
To the Editor: I'm proud to report that as a result of a number of federal programs and assistance from Rhode Island Housing, 53 apartments at Greenwood Terrace will receive much needed upgrades. Residents of this affordable housing complex will benefit more
To the Editor: In this very brief letter, I would like to comment on the concerns of Richard Russell voiced in his letter of August 10. First of all, traffic circles in this country are and have always been called, until very recently, rotaries. (Perhaps more
To the Editor: A big thank you to Rep. McNamara for sponsoring, and to Rep. Vella-Wilkinson, Rep. Solomon, Sen. McCaffrey, and Sen. Miller for cosponsoring, the RI Livable Home Tax Credit Act. The number of Rhode Island residents over 65 is expected to more
To the Editor: This past week the Rhode Island National Guard was mentioned twice in the Providence Journal. The subject was the same but the contributors were on opposite sides of the fence. The news story told of individuals from the National Guard more
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