Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The election of Donald Trump on Tuesday seems to have shocked many people in our country including pollsters, politicians and members of the news media.  Liberal … more
To the editor: Would you vote for a proposal that invests in the construction of 800 homes and apartments that Rhode Island workers, families, seniors and veterans can afford? That would create … more
To the editor: I keep seeing, buried deep in the news, that those fearmongers at NASA continue to claim that each month is the warmest ever and that climate change is accelerating. It’s … more
To the editor: The month of October brings many traditions to Rhode Island: hay rides, pumpkin carving and apple picking, among others. It also marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, … more
To the editor: Charlie, what would your cartoon look like of Raymond Gallison? Or your love of Hillary with all her accomplishments?  You need help.   Robert … more
To the editor: Designated by Congress as the National Arts in Education Week, Sept. 11-17 is a time for educators and supporters to join together to promote the power of arts in … more
To the editor: Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the world. There is no known cause, and it is a lifelong responsibility — and often, an emotional and financial struggle … more
To the editor: I have been following this years’ political season, especially the candidates and their speeches focusing on a variety of topics ranging from immigration to the economy.  … more
To the editor: The Pawtucket Red Sox going to Providence? Heartbreaking! What an awful idea. I have been an avid fan for many, many years. I have gone to a lot of games with my late parents and now my husband. McCoy Stadium is an icon — a … more
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