Report: R.I. ranks well for worker protections

RHODE ISLAND was the No. 4 in the country for worker protection laws in a report form the National Partnership for Women & Families. / COURTESY NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN & FAMILIES
RHODE ISLAND was the No. 4 in the country for worker protection laws in a report form the National Partnership for Women & Families. / COURTESY NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN & FAMILIES
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island received an A- grade for its workplace protections from the National Partnership for Women & Families, the nonprofit announced Monday in a report called “Raising Expectations.” Rhode Island was one of six states that received an A- or an A in the report, ranking fourth in a ranking of states and…

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