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As if the threat posed by the earthquake and resulting tsunami were not enough, the people of Japan have had to deal with an increasingly dangerous situation involving a nuclear reactor. Is it worth the risk? more
Last week the federal government announced that it was distributing $60 million to the East Providence Police Department as a result of its participation in an investigation of Google. Should the police department be allowed to help the city out with its fiscal woes with the money? more
Job growth is on the mind of everyone these days, as Rhode Island's unemployment rate remains stubbornly in double digits. What one thing would create the most jobs in the Ocean State? more
One of the key challenges confronting the new head of the RIEDC, Marcel A. Valois, is whether he will be able to change the state’s business climate, which is perceived as being overly burdensome in regulation and taxes. What do you think? more
The General Assembly is looking to resurrect the state’s historic preservation tax credit. Where do you stand on the issue? more
The macroeconomic signs point to a slowing recovery in Rhode Island’s economy. But how are individual businesses doing? more
Hurricane Sandy’s path of destruction along the mid-Atlantic and New England seaboard has sparked fresh discussion about building and re-building along fragile coastal regions. Should public money be used to re-build residential and commercial property along the coast? more
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