Education aid from slots sent to towns and cities

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island school districts have received their first checks – totaling $1.15 million – from a new revenue sharing provision that dedicates a portion of increased video-slot revenue to education aid. Those initial payments represent the revenue from gaming operations that took place during expanded hours at Twin River in Lincoln for a…

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