Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:A recent interview with Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner included statements about CCRI’s remedial programs that do not reflect aggressive … more
To the Editor: Apparently, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello favors passage of H5510 that would prohibit those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence or subject to a restraining order from owning a firearm. I hope he takes the time to watch Rep. more
To the Editor: In Kent Hospital, there are some great doctors: Dr. G. Valentin Cristescu (surgeon), Dr. NaVeed Rana (chemotherapist) and an anesthetist. Thanks to the gift of God that I could miraculously survived from cancer. I really appreciate Dr. more
It's hard to believe given the small size of our state, but Rhode Island has 150 municipal pension plans. These plans provide retirement security for the hard-working municipal employees who devote their careers to serving our local more
To the Editor: Energize Rhode Island Act (H5369/S365) is a landmark bill that would apply a simple and transparent fee on carbon pollution in our state, in coordination with similar bills being … more
To the Editor: Governor Gina Raimondo has introduced a budget for FY 2018 that claims to promote business growth and help the lowest earning Rhode Islanders by increasing the minimum wage. Those are laudable goals, but in reality if her budget is more
To the Editor: Speaker Mattiello and your NRA colleagues did you hear the warning shots from California - another senseless and tragic domestic violence massacre. Two adults and a child are dead and a child is in serious condition because an offender had more
To the Editor: The Rhode Island State Association of Fire Fighters (RISAFF) would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the brave men and women of Rhode Island's fire service, in recognition of International Fire Fighters' Day that was observed more
To the Editor: The Rocky Point license plate designs desperately need a do-over. Congratulations to the kids involved, but this bland design has very little to do with the Park of Fondest Memories. The designs reflect the problem that the arch is the more
To the Editor: The Beacon continues to parade the fear about impending sea rise, now as much as 9.8 feet by the end of the century. Three years ago the Beacon went on record to proclaim that the sea would rise by three feet by end of century, now they more
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