When Gov. Gina M. Raimondo first ran for governor, the state’s economy was beginning to emerge from the impact of the Great Recession, still experiencing sluggish job creation and high unemployment. Since she took office in 2015, numerous bellwethers have improved – most markedly the percentage of Rhode Islanders who are working again. In her…
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