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The city on May 29 filed a federal lawsuit against Santander Bank, alleging it discriminated against the city’s minority communities by refusing to make prime mortgage loans. Is Providence Mayor Angel Taveras right to try to serve as the voice for minorities in this instance? more
A recent report from Fidelity Charitable indicated that the number of grants made in 2012 through the fund manager increased 12.9 percent to 429,000. Have you increased your giving recently? more
One of the General Assembly’s late-session actions was to delay the implementation of a requirement that in order to graduate, high school students demonstrate proficiency or improvement from previous scores on the New England Common Assessment Program exams. Was that a good idea? more
The coming of the final event of the America's Cup World Series to Newport at the end of June is seen as an opportunity for the city to reclaim at least some of its former yachting glory. more
While the fiscal 2014 budget process is still not done, it seems that the General Assembly is closing in on the final deal. Does this budget plan seem like a good collection of taxing and spending priorities to you? more
Lawmakers this month added a provision to the fiscal 2015 state budget prohibiting cities and towns from setting a minimum wage that differs from the statewide minimum. more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has sent a letter stating that it has “serious concerns” about at least one of the proposed routes that the South Coast Rail project might take. How important should those concerns be in light of the potential benefits of new commuter rail service? more
In creating a task force to facilitate sharing services among Central Falls, East Providence and Pawtucket, has Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee thought big enough to make a dent in the municipal fiscal crisis across the state? more
One of the key economic development pieces of legislation in the recently-concluded General Assembly session was a limited restoration of the historic preservation tax credit. The new incarnation … more
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