Rhode Island pension reformer may win battle, lose war

PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo has experienced a meteoric rise to fame that most politicians can only envy. Raimondo, a 41-year-old former venture capitalist, was virtually unknown in 2010 when she coasted to victory as a Democratic candidate in a deep-blue state. Soon the new treasurer surprised almost everyone by engineering…

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  1. We have to be realistic in the administartion of state government … reform measures have to take place .. and anyone trained in business maaagement or service procedures realize that fairnness and equity is a must on both accounting ledger sides.