So far, businesses hopeful about Matos

LT. GOV. SABINA MATOS, the former Providence City Council president, speaks after being nominated lieutenant governor by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on March 31. / COURTESY R.I. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR/ JONATHAN BISSONNETTE
LT. GOV. SABINA MATOS, the former Providence City Council president, speaks after being nominated lieutenant governor by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on March 31. / COURTESY R.I. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR/ JONATHAN BISSONNETTE
Members of the small-business community have been buoyed by Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos’ initial actions in her role as Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s administration liaison to Rhode Island businesses, many of which are struggling to recover from the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic. While McKee has continued to push a controversial plan to tax businesses…

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