Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The well-scripted and choreographed Kabuki theater at the House Judiciary Committee hearing March 6 for House Bills 5006, 5047, and 5228 was disheartening. Repetitious, … more
To the editor: David O’Connell (letters, "Many residents oppose proposed Assembly abortion bill," The Post, March 2, edition) seems to be lumping in all those who have had abortions with … more
To the editor: The RI House has re-introduced a bill this year that would allow medical marijuana for pets. The bill, H5504, was staunchly opposed by veterinarians in 2022 and would allow a … more
To the editor: Give me “diversity” or give me death? My country tis of thee, sweet land of “diversity”, of thee I sing. Uh, no.  Currently in vogue, DEI ideology … more
To the editor:Vice President Kamala Harris recently excoriated Russia for committing crimes against humanity by their bombing and killing innocent civilians in Ukraine. Her statement is absolutely … more
To the editor: The Feb. 22 issue of the Barrington Times carried an article entitled, “Chipotle plan advancing to Planning, Zoning.” In the article, it was noted that “two … more
To the editor: Rhode Island legislators are currently voting on H.5258, a bill to ban the sale of new fur products in Rhode Island. This bill is a step in the right direction toward eliminating … more
To the editor: The burden for Rhode Island education is not fairly distributed among its citizens. The state’s funding formula unfairly distributes citizens’ money; disrespects … more
To the editor: I have lived in Barrington for over 40 years and have never seen a more blatant example of racism and cultural insensitivity than the Barrington Town Council’s “Land … more
To the editor: My name is Vanessa Baker and I’ve been working in the casino business since 1992. Back then smoking was accepted almost everywhere. Thirty years later, casino workers are the … more
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