PROVIDENCE – Two-thirds of single-parent families and large numbers of other Rhode Islanders don’t earn enough to cover basic expenses, according to a report released Thursday by the Economic Progress Institute. The Providence-based research and policy group used the findings to call for a $15 an hour minimum wage in the Ocean State to help…
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