Updated April 1 at 6:01pm
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Here we are, in the last two weeks of June, and once again the state’s budget has just been introduced in the General Assembly by the House leadership. Are the House of Representative’s plans to balance the budget good for the state? The projected deficit for fiscal year 2010 … more
The summer recess for many members of Congress has not been a time to relax. Town hall meetings across the country have been disrupted by attendees shouting down representatives and senators, especially when the discussions turn to health care reform. more
Last week Lifespan announced that it was considering merging the operations of The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital in a cost-saving measure. Management said there would be no job or … more
The death of U.S. Sen. Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy last week after a long illness allowed his many supporters the chance to say goodbye and assess his legacy. Will businesses see it the same way that progressives do? more
When leaders of the state’s largest public employees union initially balked at letting rank-and-file members vote on a tentative deal with Gov. Donald L. Carcieri to avert layoffs, the governor refused to continue negotiating. more
Without an extension, the tax credit for first-time homebuyers in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will expire Dec. 1. Do you think it should be renewed? more
The General Assembly returns this week for a special session to consider the items that it left undone when it adjourned this summer. Should the state’s fiscal condition trump all other issues facing the legislature? more
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