BOSTON – Rhode Island lawmakers eased the threat of defaulting on bonds that backed former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s videogame company, agreeing to cover the debt in a step that may preserve the state’s credit rating. By passing the $2.5 million payment 53-19 yesterday, Rhode Island’s House of Representatives may keep the state…
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