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To the editor, 
I am writing in regards recent vote changing Bristol’s stance on illegal immigration and enforcement of federal immigration laws. As a legal immigrant myself, I know the … more
To the editor: We are all asked to balance our work and our family lives, but today, that is more challenging than ever before. We need to recognize the realities that today’s families face … more
Kudos to Mary Parella and Nathan Calouro on DEFENDING THE IMMIGRATION LAW and to abide by it. Remember, Time Sweeney and Andy Tyska, the immigration law has always been on the books. Read the … more
To the editor, I want to take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate this week the 195th anniversary of North Burial Ground. On April 17, 1822, the Bristol Town Council approved the … more
To the editor, Last week’s letter to the editor inadvertently left out our extra special thank-you to Joe and Celeste Coehlo, owners of Safeway, for all their help with the Fourth of July … more
I’m calling about the most recent Town Council meeting. I’m wondering if ALL THE ISSUES IN BRISTOL HAVE BEEN SOLVED, in that the Town Council is addressing illegal immigration. They … more
To the editor, Dear members of the RI House Judiciary Committee, I understand you had a hearing on Tuesday, April 11, on House bill H-5555 that seeks to legalize marijuana for recreational use. I … more
In response to the "God decides gender" letter in the April 13 edition of the Bristol Phoenix: I was very surprised to see this letter to the editor, although I really shouldn't be surprised … more
To the editor: Thank you very much for your article on the work of Haiti’s Child, which appeared in last week’s Phoenix. It surely captioned the essence of the plight of the poorest of … more
A male and female come together and produce a child. With the modern technology ultrasounds, both parents look at their baby and are told they are having a girl, a boy or twins. That’s … more
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