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Brenda Dann-Messier was named acting commissioner of postsecondary education Monday, according to a Tuesday announcement by the R.I. Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner. more
Republican leaders are eager to avoid a government shutdown but the demise of their Obamacare repeal could leave some conservatives spoiling for a fight that raises the odds of a standoff. more
Gallup's first post-health care presidential approval poll showed President Donald Trump down to 36 percent approval, a new low. more
Massachusetts last week fined a Texas-based broker-dealer $100,000, saying it sold unsuitable investment products on the premises of local financial institutions. more
The U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration last week warned against a growing problem of employment tax noncompliance. more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority for the fifth year in a row has received a certificate of excellence in financial reporting. more
Michael J. Knipper is an executive vice president of property strategy at Citizens Bank. Knipper is heading the company’s development project of a new, 420,000-square-foot corporate campus on 123 acres of land in Johnston. more
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday announced certain states with so-called sanctuary cities stand to lose billions of dollars in federal grants, again raising questions about how Providence and Rhode Island might be affected. more
The Raimondo administration on Monday awarded six Rhode Island companies a cumulative $280,000 in Innovation Vouchers, a grant program to encourage research and development projects. more
The Trump administration is attempting to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities, announcing on Monday that local governments will have to certify they aren’t impeding communication between their police and federal immigration authorities in order to continue receiving Justice Department grants. more
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