Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:I'm disappointed that mistakes made by town hall have pushed back the medical marijuana zoning amendment once again. At this point, how can I not feel as if it is purposeful? More than … 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:This country has sadly suffered way too many tragedies like the recent school shooting in Florida. Events have clearly shown that poor school security and failed governmental controls … more
To the editor:Last week, at the Bristol Warren Regional School District (BWRSD) Joint Finance Committee Meeting (JFC), the Town of Bristol and the Town of Warren made significant progress in … more
I recently moved to beautiful Bristol, R.I., from the Washington, D.C., area. We selected Bristol because of the wonderful historic community and the clean air and water of the Narragansett Bay … more
To the editor:Gun shows and rifle and pistol ranges are packed with guns. Why are those venues not common sites of mass shootings? Because anyone intending murder knows that those places … more
To the editor:“A gun, like any other source of power, is a force for either good or evil, being neither in itself, but dependent upon those who possess it.”Face the truth. Stop the … more
Dear Sir Or Madam, Have you ever had a dog? Or know someone with one? Well they really are the most amazing animals in the world. They relieve stress, they can find and prevent you from diseases, … more
I think gymnastics is the best sport because it teaches you life lessons and social skills, health, and activity. Did you know that gymnastics is one of the best sports … more
To Whom It May Concern, In my opinion I think that adopting a puppy is better than buying one because it does not cost as much,the dogs and puppies need homes and there are so many age … more
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