Corporate leaders need to lead more on budget debate

The public discussion regarding the expected Rhode Island budget deficit of $450 million, while characterized by finger pointing and partisan-driven solutions from every quarter, has been conspicuously lacking a thoughtful response from the state’s business community. Leaving taxpayers, legislators, unions and special interest groups to battle it out, business leaders in Rhode Island have been…

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