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We’re all going to pay for budget fiasco

Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline is furious at the General Assembly, and rightfully so. After months of hearings and negotiations, legislators approved a budget...

Behind the distortions in Michael Moore’s ‘SiCKO’

So Michael Moore brought his latest film to Washington on June 20 for a well-publicized preview. “SiCKO” seemed to push most other serious health...

Providing some protection for R.I.’s tobacco money

Although some may view tobacco money as a spigot whose jet of water never ends or slows, I have a very specific function to...
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Crazy to Work Here: Tarred and Feathered

Crazy to Work Here: Tarred and Feathered By Brad Veley / www.BradVeley.com A man wearing a suit, tie and glasses looks up from reading a letter....
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Editorial Cartoon: Housing Slump

By J. Spencer, Philadelphia Business Journal On the left – beneath a headline that says "Then ..." – is an upward-pointing arrow that is...
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Reform – don’t destroy – foreign investment process

Much concern has been raised in recent years about the outsourcing of American jobs. Yet there is another side to foreign investment: the growing investment...

Housing costs still strain affordability

HousingWorks RI’s annual Fact Book makes clear, once again, that the lack of affordable housing puts the state’s employers at a disadvantage in attracting...

Celebrating 125 years of warm, compassionate care

The St. Elizabeth Community, now celebrating its 125th year of service to Rhode Island, is an organization that is integral to our everyday life...

A little bragging never hurt anyone

Kudos to the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau for its recently completed course “Positively Providence.” The session helped teach 55 people whose jobs require...
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Editorial Cartoon: Crazy to Work Here

By Brad Veley / www.bradveley.com At least eight people in business attire are seated around a rectangular table, a printed agenda in front of...

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