Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The Princeton Study is a study by Martin Gilens, professor at Princeton University, and Benjamin I. Page, a Northwestern university professor.   The study basically says … more
To the editor: We moved to Barrington last July and were thrilled to find ourselves a home within walking distance of the beach and excited about realizing our dream of living near the ocean It … more
To the editor: Dear Richard Staples and the committee on appropriations, thank you for inviting representatives from the state pension board to your meeting. I believe the COA serves our … more
To the editor: Not so thorough readers may have missed a disclaimer in the intro to the "Biggest Movers" table of the 50 properties with the greatest increase in assessed value that accompanied … more
To the editor: Now is not the time to remain neutral. It is not a time for stillness nor silence. The common "I don't talk politics" sentiment can no longer be tolerated in our current … more
To the editor: On Thursday, April 5, Barrington High School had a regularly scheduled advisory period in which groups of 20 students met with their assigned teachers to discuss school related … more
To the editor: Once again, legislation has been proposed in Rhode Island to ban battery cages for egg-laying hens. The Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act, H-7456, is a modest measure which … more
To the editor: During the school day I constantly notice kids, including myself, having trouble staying focused during the day. I often come into class and see people staring off into space or … more
To the editor:       Just wondering if the governor with the help of the National Guard and the State Police was able to make it to the Statehouse today (Monday, April 2). Certainly … more
To the editor: The cellphone: a communication device that has recently been bestowed the academic title of "classroom tool" by many students, teachers, and administrators alike. Quite an … more
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