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R.I. Health Insurance Commissioner Christopher F. Koller ruled last week on the group rate requests made by the state’s three commercial health insurers. Did he do a good job? more
National Grid has filed a new contract to purchase electricity from a planned wind farm off the coast of Block Island developed by Deepwater Wind. But the price for electricity remains essentially … more
A new state law allows the sale of handheld fireworks to anyone 16 years of age or older in Rhode Island. Only four states, including Massachusetts, still ban fireworks. What do you think of the new law? more
Less than a month after passing legislation that created a program to guarantee loans for knowledge economy companies, the state is preparing to back a $75 million loan to 38 Studios LLC, a gaming company founded by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Shilling. Is it a good deal for Rhode Island? more
Should the Legislature have stayed in session until it could show a plan that would bring the state’s obligations in line with its projected revenue? more
If the R.I. Ethics Commission is restored to a role that many believe was the voter’s intent, will the public view the legislature in a different light? more
Last week Central Falls leaders declared the city insolvent, thanks to a deficit for the fiscal 2010 year of $3 million. Is declaring bankruptcy the right thing to do, given the long-term effects it will have on the city’s financial position? more
Last week the Providence City Plan Commission endorsed changes in zoning for the area along the Providence River bordered by Allens Avenue. Is the planners’ vision for the area the one that should prevail? more
What do you think should be the top priority for the state’s new chief executive upon assuming office in January 2011? more
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