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    • Advice About Radon From Someone Who Knows -- First Hand
      (The Providence Journal, January 23, 1988). PERHAPS comments from someone who has a radon problem will stir other homeowners to act.

    • Halt this Deadly Rhode Island Habit
      (The Providence Journal, April 3, 1999). In 1815 the General Assembly approved "An act relative to the passing of Teams and Carriages in the public highways." Today's version of that law reads: "Upon all roadways of sufficient width a vehicle shall be driven on the right half of the roadway." But, in spite of this ancient "first rule of the road," Rhode Island has many head-on collisions. You do not need to hire a consultant to figure out why. A head-on collision only occurs when at least one driver is on the wrong side of the road.











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