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At the end of last month the state announced that TACV was initiating service to the Cape Verde Islands from T.F Green Airport, following a previous announcement that Condor Airlines would start serving Green from Frankfurt as well. Do you expect to take advantage of the new service? more
The arrival of Winter Storm Juno last week, preceded by ample warning, allowed new inaugurated Gov. Gina M. Raimondo to put her leadership skills on display. How do you think she handled the … more
When Cape Wind Associates lost financing for its industrial-scale wind energy farm project in Nantucket Sound, it effectively collapsed. What do you think should happen to Rhode Island-based Deepwater Wind’s larger wind energy project in light of the Cape Wind experience? more
From mayoral academies to pilot projects in the Providence schools, choice is becoming a hotter topic in public education by the moment. What do you think? 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
By deciding to replace HealthSource RI Director Christine C. Ferguson with health care policy veteran Anya Rader Wallack, Gov.-elect Gina M. Raimondo is making the case that the state’s health benefits exchange should stay in operation. What do you think? more
Last week the state Public Utilities Commission approved a significant increase in the price of electricity due to a spike in the cost of natural gas used for power generation. Has this price increase caused you to look at the cost of offshore wind energy, which is more expensive than traditional sources of electricity, in a different light? more
Many in the business community were excited to attend Gov.-elect Gina M. Raimondo’s Jobs Summit, at which more than 100 invited “thought leaders” from the business community were asked to brain … more
Despite a recent settlement with city worker unions to reduce the unfunded liabilities on its books, Providence is facing continuing structural deficits. Should the city declare bankruptcy to get out from under their burden? more
R.I. Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter took the next step in the long-running show that is state employee pension reform when she granted the state’s request to allow a jury to decide if … more
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