RIPEC: State can’t rely on federal funds for future spending

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council says the state needs to be vigilant in avoiding spending commitments beyond available resources, given the economic uncertainty ahead and the temporary nature of federal pandemic relief funding. In its analysis of the $13.6 billion FY 2023 budget and the state’s fiscal outlook released Tuesday, RIPEC said…

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