Letters to the Editor
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With regard to the police ‘dispersing’ groups of any size, the First Amendment reads, in part: "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the right of the people peaceably to assemble … more
To the editor: Rhode Islanders have lost our voice. Whether or not we approve of how our governor is responding to this crisis, we have lost our voice. Regardless of our individual opinions about … more
This is regarding the high school senior class of 2020. The heartbreak is there.We realize the frustration you are experiencing. The graduating Class of 1943 went through a bad ordeal. We were in … more
To the editor: There was a recent Tiverton Town Council meeting which included a "public" hearing regarding the Mount Hope Bay Greenway, which is a proposed walk/bike, off-the-road pathway. This … more
To the editor: The man is a menace.  There have been 13 Presidents in my lifetime. Each deserved some respect. Through the years I’ve believed in the two-party system, for we need in a … more
ACLU of Rhode Island executive director Steven Brown released this statement after Gov. Gina Raimondo’s announcement and release of the “Crush Covid RI” app: As the Governor has … more
To the editor: Well, as you can imagine, I am housebound until July 1. Inside the house it is beginning to get really boring as I do the same things every day as you probably do … more
To the editor: On a glorious June day, less than a year ago, the residents of Tiverton gathered at Grinnell’s Beach to celebrate the re-opening of their beach. The Beach Committee … more
To the editor: Please vote in the June 2 Rhode Island presidential primary election despite COVID-19. If you have requested a mail-in ballot, it should be arriving soon. Be sure to mail it back so … more
To the editor: Hurrah! to Thomas C. Brown Jr. (Sakonnet Times, April 30).  He said it all: No left wing, no right wing, just bare facts. It might be well to take heed of what Mr. Brown … more
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