Officials, environmental leaders kick off $50M green economy bond campaign

RHODE ISLAND OFFICIALS, including Gov. Daniel J. Mckee, third from right, and Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, second from right, and environmental leaders gather at Farm Fresh Rhode Island to launch the "Yes on 3" campaign, which asks state residents to support a proposed $50 million bond package in support of the green economy. / PBN PHOTO/JACQUELYN VOGHEL
PROVIDENCE – In addition to deciding the state's future leadership in November, Rhode Island voters will be tasked with determining whether the Ocean State's green economy should receive a $50 million bond package. On Tuesday afternoon, legislators and environmental leaders gathered at Farm Fresh Rhode Island to launch the "Yes on 3" campaign, which asks…

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  1. Very misleading label which is a McKee Trademark. Half the $50 mil is going to the Zoo and to municipal resiliency (whatever that is). Looks like the waste of taxpayer dollars which is another McKee Trademark.