Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: For over 100 years, the League of Women Voters has been considered a fair, nonpartisan arbiter of political matters, and an impartial sponsor of candidate forums and … more
To the editor: Last week's Phoenix contained a letter to The Editor regarding the protection of women's reproductive rights, and while it focused on this issue at a statewide and national level, I … more
To the editor:Another heinous brick in the heinous woke progressive wall. The point of the port marker landing monument is not to memorialize those poor souls whose lives ended in transit in … more
To the editor: While researching the Bristol School Committee election, I stumbled into a couple local political groups on social media. I was irritated to see these pages spreading the typical … more
To the editor: The monopoly of Rhode Island Energy is hiking our prices up as much as 47%. We all received an email about it from our energy overlords over the summer, and my question is, why are … more
To the editor: As a member of the Bristol County Concerned Citizens (BCCC), I would like to express my deep appreciation and sincere thanks to the four Bristol Warren school committee candidates … more
To the editor:Federal Judge Smith of Rhode Island made a decision that truck tolls, not applicable to automobiles, is unconstitutional by the Commerce Clause of the federal constitution. That … more
To the editor: I imagined I just got elected governor of Rhode Island. I have had no prior connection to Rhode Island politics, so I am beholden to no special interests. I am honest, smart, … more
To the editor: The Oct. 6 issue of the Portsmouth Times (“State replacing East Bay Bike Path bridges”) speaks volumes of our Rhode Island government in general and specifically the … more
To the editor:Thanks to the outpouring of support from this entire community, the Family Fun Day to benefit the Wilson Furtado Memorial Scholarship Fund was a great success! The day was filled with … more
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