Legislators eyeing short-term borrowing to cover delayed revenues

PROVIDENCE – The closure of restaurants, bars, hotels, casinos and other businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic will result in less sales tax and income tax revenue coming to the state, WPRI-TV CBS 12 reported March 23. “Those two sources account for nearly two-thirds of all state general revenues,” Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello wrote in a…

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