R.I. legislative employees to work remotely following D.C. violence

RHODE ISLAND's House Finance Committee has approved amended lottery legislation regarding an agreement with International Game Technology PLC and its partner, Bally’s Corp., to solidify a 20-year deal to run the state-sponsored gambling operation. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island legislative employees are working from home Thursday out of caution because of violence at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday afternoon, when a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol in an unsuccessful attempt to overturn certification of the presidential election. The directive to the employees came down from leadership of the R.I. General Assembly,…

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