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With the signature of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, the question of whether to allow Newport Grand to build a new casino in Tiverton and transfer the gaming license from Newport Grand to there is on the November ballot. If you lived in Tiverton, would you vote in favor of the plan? more
Did the decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to file fraud charges against the former R.I. Economic Development Corp. and Wells Fargo Securities over the 2010 bond offering for 38 Studios change your mind on whether the bonds should be paid back? Should the state pay back bondholders? more
Last week’s PBN Business Survey showed that many of the region’s business leaders remain bullish on prospects for their own businesses and on Rhode Island’s economy in the short run. But there seems to be a pulling back of the long-term view. Which kind of company are you working at? more
Rhode Island’s pension investments lost 0.28 percent in 2015, according to General Treasurer Seth Magaziner. He noted in his annual report that that while the loss fell far short of the pension … more
Nine months in the making, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s RhodeWorks plan sailed through the General Assembly recently. What do you think of the plan as it has been enacted? more
When former Providence Mayor Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci Jr. was laid to rest last week, he was given a hero’s send-off. But was the use of City Hall for a public viewing (that attracted … more
The death of two-time Providence Mayor Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci on Jan. 28 started anew a conversation about his legacy. What do you think it was? more
Last week WalletHub, a personal finance website, rated Rhode Island the worst state to retire. Would you like to retire here? more
The U.S. stock market this year got off to its worst two-week start on record. Has January’s unusual volatility in the stock market made you rethink any planned investments? more
Jobs tied to solar energy in the U.S. have more than doubled in five years, according to the Solar Foundation, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit. Should the state offer more incentives to spur continued growth in solar-energy development? more
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