Early last week, the United States Olympic Committee ended a potential bid by Boston to host the 2024 Olympic Games. Is losing out on the potential for hosting the Olympic games – which many observers believe is likely to go the a U.S. city – a loss for the region?
Last week, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo formed a committee to deliver recommendations on reforming health care delivery in the state, including setting a cap on how much is spent per year on health care in Rhode Island.
Last week Rhode Island earned a grade of D+ for manufacturing industry health on the latest manufacturing and logistics state report card. Is raising taxes a necessity to bringing the state’s transportation infrastructure up to par?
At the end of the General Assembly’s recently concluded 2015 session, the Senate passed legislation creating a tax stabilization regime for the former Interstate 195 land in Providence. Should the state take over the taxing authority from the city on the former I-195 land?
This year marks 20 years since the Providence Preservation Society published its first Most Endangered Properties List. Is the list itself a net good for Providence’s built environment or is it a hindrance to the city moving forward?
Last week, a developer presented the details of a mixed-use, life sciences project to the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission. The Pawtucket Red Sox already have proposed building a new baseball stadium on former Interstate 195 land. Should either project receive public subsidies?