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At a recent R.I. Economic Development Corporation meeting, Executive Director Keith W. Stokes presented the board with information about a dozen companies that are looking for loan guarantees. There was some skepticism from board members about the companies looking for state help. Where do you stand on the issue? more
One of gubernatorial candidate Lincoln D. Chafee’s refrains was the need for the state to leverage its assets. Which among them should be first in line for access to the state’s limited resources? more
Recent national rankings have placed Rhode Island (and the Providence MSA) near the bottom in terms of business climate. Why do you think that is? 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
As the nation approaches another July 4 holiday, the Rhode Island General Assembly once again debates the next fiscal year’s budget. Does the proposal deal with the state’s fiscal problems or not? more
The General Assembly is looking to resurrect the state’s historic preservation tax credit. Where do you stand on the issue? more
Three years after being placed under the protection of a court-appointed master, Landmark Medical Center has been bought by Boston-based Steward Health Care System for $71.6 million. Do you support the deal? more
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