R.I. congressional members discuss Washington Bridge, economy at Chamber breakfast

Updated June 11, 9:57 a.m.

THE GREATER PROVIDENCE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE hosted the 2024 Congressional Breakfast at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. Pictured on stage from left are Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I.; GPCC president Laurie White; Rep. Seth Magaziner, D-R.I.; and Rep. Gabe Amo, D-R.I./PBN PHOTO/CHRIS ALLEN

WARWICK – U.S. Rep. Gabe Amo, D-R.I., said Rhode Islanders have a right to be disappointed in state leadership’s response to the Washington Bridge closure during a panel discussion at Monday’s Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce 2024 Congressional Breakfast. “To see an example of government just not meeting the moment. It’s sometimes frustrating,” he said,

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