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When President Barack Obama took office in 2009, he made a risky calculation: He used most of his political capital to get one cornerstone piece of legislation passed, an overhaul of federal laws expanding healthcare access and coverage. more
Ground was broken on the $7.5 million Fernwood ‘Mutual Self Help’ housing development in the village of Pascaog this week in which families will help build their own homes. more
Yes, subsidies will remain available on federal exchanges. So the Supreme Court ruled today, in a 6-3 opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts. more
(Updated 11:36 a.m. and 2:08 p.m.) The Affordable Care Act survived a Supreme Court challenge, meaning that all qualified Americans may receive subsidies that make insurance affordable, regardless of where they live, the Washington Post reported. more
Cash collections grew 6.6 percent during the 11-month fiscal year period that ended in May, and 8.2 percent in May alone, according to a report from the state Department of Revenue. more
President of the Rhode Island Association of Realtors discusses recent efforts to attach new taxes in Rhode Island to property transactions. more
Required revaluations of real estate will be conducted every five years instead of three, under legislation included in the fiscal 2016 budget. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo recently nominated Kris Bradner, Catherine Fox, M. David Odeh, John Sinnott, Joseph Warner and Christine West to the Building Codes Standards Commission. more
It should not have taken the deaths of nine blacks at the hands of a white supremacist in South Carolina to get politicians to acknowledge that the Confederate battle flag is a hateful symbol. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s Working Group to Reinvent Medicaid will hold its sixth group meeting on Wednesday at the Providence Marriott Downtown on Orms Street. more
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