It is standard fare for Rhode Island to have ballot measures that involve public expenditures for broad social goals, be it affordable housing, or this year, environmental projects and school infrastructure. And whether people think about it or not, all those ballot measures are eventually repaid through taxes, a reality in Rhode Island that means…
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