Updated May 27 at 7:27pm
Polls
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More and more it appears that the automatic spending cuts mandated by sequestration are going to go into effect on March 1. Is that approach a good one to take to bring the nation’s budget under control? more
While Providence Mayor Angel Taveras was able to announce a tentative agreement with Johnson & Wales University last week for increased payments in lieu of taxes, the city’s financial picture is far from rosy. Will the city declare bankruptcy before the end of the fiscal year? more
The fallout from the 38 Studios LLC implosion is still having an effect on the state’s economic development efforts. Should the state just scrap the quasi-public agency. more
The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council released a report last week that made clear just how large the state budget gap is going forward. Which part of the state’s budget should be trimmed to help eliminate the deficit? more
Are the governor's forums going to produce tangible results in the state's business climate, or are they just another opportunity to sell his own agenda to the business community? more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has chosen Stephen S. Neuman to be her chief of staff. While a consummate political operative, Neuman has no experience in Rhode Island. Will that be a help or hindrance to Raimondo as she takes office? more
While there are many factors that go into a company’s decision whether or not to hire more workers, which do you think is the most important impediment to creating jobs in the Ocean State? more
When the R.I. Department of Education released a statement saying that 40 percent of this year’s junior class was in danger of not graduating from high school because of sub-standard scores on the … more
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras outlined a 20-step economic development plan last week designed to “jump-start the economy of Rhode Island’s capital city.” The plan includes five major points … more
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