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Health maintenance organizations have been around for decades. They offer less expensive health care options within a closed system of providers. But many consumers did not respond to … more
The S&P/Case-Shiller index of property values registered a larger-than-expected decline for the 12 months ended Oct. 31, totaling 3.4 percent. Based on that, would you sell your home today if offered the right price? more
Massachusetts State Treasurer Steve Grossman recently said that the Bay State could see a $339 million windfall by collecting state sales tax on online transactions. Should Rhode Island be collecting sales tax on all qualifying online transactions? more
Fall River Mayor William A. Flanagan recently sent a letter to New England Revolution owner Robert Kraft, inviting him to tour the city as he searches for a new home for the soccer team. more
The Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity has been advocating for the elimination of the state sales tax for some time. How would you pay for the lost revenue if the state were to eliminate or lower the sales tax? more
A relatively small piece of the fiscal cliff compromise legislation that passed Congress last week included a one-year extension of the tax credits for renewable energy projects. Do you think that the federal credit is a good use of public funds? more
Congress is still debating the nearly $1 trillion stimulus bill. How should Rhode Island be spending the money that comes its way from the federal stimulus package? more
A number of cities across the country have used above-ground light rail to revitalize their cores. Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline is an advocate of bringing light rail to the streets of the … more
Rhode Island lost 22,000 jobs in 2008, as the state's unemployment rate rose to 10 percent, second in the nation to Michigan, and the highest the state has achieved using the current methodology since 1982. more
It is March already and the State of Rhode Island has yet to formally decide how it will close the $360-odd million budget deficit by the end of June. One thing that nearly every political leader agrees on is … more
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