Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: In 2016, I found myself managing Jeanine Calkin's campaign for State Senate in district 30. I wanted to get her elected because, as a woman, as a Democrat, and as a lifelong resident of Warwick, I desperately wanted a woman who represented more
To the Editor:Make no mistake about it, America: abortion as it stands is a human rights issue, since the unborn baby in the womb is a “real-live person” with their own body, DNA, … more
To the Editor: Empathy. What an empty, soft sounding word. Hardly worth mentioning as an area of importance in a candidate for office, really. No, we prefer our more concrete traits: discipline, integrity, persistence, follow-through. And yet, as more
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: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: I am writing to thank publicly Representative Joe Shekarchi for sponsoring legislation to allow alleged tortfeasors to settle their liability in the pension cases involving the St. Joseph's nurses and staff. I represent pro bono over 250 more
To the Editor: On June 18 I had to call an ambulance to take my husband Barry Nordin to the emergency room at Kent Hospital. I just want to thank all the doctors and nurses who tried so hard to revive my husband's heart. They spent at least an hour 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: 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
To the Editor: It's always bittersweet when a school year comes to an end. Looking back and realizing it's over. Remembering the days that seemed to go on forever, but still wondering how it all passed so quickly. Time flies when you're busy. more
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