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When scientists disagree on something, as they do on the wisdom of the planned “March for Science,” they tend to disagree in an instructive way. more
Former Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island executive Patrick Tigue has been appointed state Medicaid director, and will start the new position on March 20. more
Companies added the most workers in almost three years to U.S. payrolls in February on a surge in construction and manufacturing employment, data from the ADP Research Institute in Roseland, N.J., showed Wednesday. more
Republicans unveiled their long-awaited legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, proposing to phase out key parts of the law over several years as they try to break a stalemate between moderates and conservatives in their party. more
So what do you want in a transportation hub and what should it look like? more
The Providence Municipal Court will close on Wednesday as a result of the “Day Without a Woman” demonstration, according to an advisory from City Council president Luis Aponte. more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island experienced a $35 million loss in 2016. more
The U.S. chalked up its largest trade deficit since March 2012 as a jump in merchandise imports in January exceeded a smaller gain in shipments overseas. more
The effort to replace Obamacare faces increasing challenges, the more it is subjected to the harsh light of scrutiny. more
Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza was scheduled to meet with state legislators Monday to discuss legislative priorities, which included a bill to tax certain properties owned by nonprofits and another aimed at increasing the hotel tax. more
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