Letters to the Editor
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I walked in expecting to see a bunch of adorable children in Disney’s “Frozen, Jr.” at Reynolds School. I walked out completely amazed at Bristol Theatre Company’s … more
Thank you for bringing attention to my legislation to ban the release of balloons into the environment. I would like to add a few more reasons we need this bill: released balloons not only pose a … more
To the editor:On January 22nd we marked the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that affirmed the right to abortion, but what is clear is that right is being denied to women of … more
I happened to read the recent Bristol Phoenix article announcing the Bristol Police Department’s acquisition of new patrol vehicles. It reminded me that each time I come upon one of these … more
NOTE: Sen.Walter Felag (District 10, Warren, Bristol and Tiverton) sent this letter to East Bay Media Group this week: I have a real problem with Article 16 of the Governor’s proposed FY 2021 … more
To the editor: I have a real problem with Article 16 of the Governor’s proposed FY 2021 state budget, which relates to the state Veterans Home in Bristol. The “revenue … more
To the editor: On Monday evening (Jan. 27), Tim White did an article on the Rhode Island Blue Card. He started out by saying that due to the shooting in Westerly, he wanted to know if the shooter … more
I have a real problem with Article 16 of the governor’s proposed FY 2021 state budget, which relates to the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol. The “revenue generators” proposed … more
By Rep. June S. Speakman, Rep. Susan R. Donovan, Rep. Liana Cassar, Rep. Terri Cortvriend and Rep. Lauren Carson In virtually all the predictions of what will be hot in the 2020 General Assembly … more
I’m thankful that I grew up in a truly remarkable town with many basketball courts. Throughout my upbringing, playing basketball was a way to heal, network and promote self … more
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