This year’s ballot questions give voters a chance to reshape the state’s political and economic landscape

ON THE BALLOT: Voters next month will decide on seven statewide referendum questions, including whether to approve a new casino in Tiverton. / PBN GRAPHIC/LISA LAGRECA
ON THE BALLOT: Voters next month will decide on seven statewide referendum questions, including whether to approve a new casino in Tiverton. / PBN GRAPHIC/LISA LAGRECA
The seven statewide referendum questions before Rhode Island voters this year are a snapshot of economic and social requests. They address issues of ethics and accountability, and expansion of casino gambling in a time of increasing interstate competition. Other questions relate to bond requests and in some cases address priorities of past years that remain…
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