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Census miscount likely allowed R.I. to keep second congressional seat

PROVIDENCE – A miscount in the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau report seemingly allowed Rhode Island to keep its second congressional seat, corrected data from...
RHODE ISLAND's gubernatorial hopefuls take part in the Rhode Island Public Expediture Council's forum on Thursday. From left are Dr. Luis Daniel Muñoz, Gov. Daniel J. McKee, Ashley Kalus, Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea, Helena B. Foulkes and Matt Brown. PBN PHOTO/JACQUELYN VOGHEL

Voters lose out if leading candidates don’t attend debates, observers say

With Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s change of heart and recommitment to participate in Thursday’s gubernatorial forum, he managed to narrowly avoid giving his opponents...

More candidates take virtual route

From YouTube announcements to Twitter fundraising, Rhode Island political candidates are embracing virtual campaigning with gusto as the 2022 election season gains momentum. That doesn’t...

Should the state and local communities continue providing remote access to...

An executive order issued by Gov. Daniel J. McKee allowing public government meetings to be held virtually expires at the end of the month. Government...
MORE ACCESS: John Marion, executive director of Common Cause Rhode Island, says the General Assembly needs to pass legislation preserving remote access to public meetings after the pandemic ends. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Remote access to public meetings a pandemic legacy to celebrate

There are few positive things the pandemic will be remembered for, but the ability of government to be able to reach out to more...

A McKee/Matos ticket would require a constitutional amendment

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee kicked off his 2022 election campaign on Tuesday when he toured Igus Inc., an East Providence-based manufacturer of...

Redistricting approved by the General Assembly with incumbent protections

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island General Assembly approved the newly-drawn redistricting maps on Tuesday for the House, Senate, and congressional district borders with the...

Are proposed changes to Rhode Island’s state and congressional district maps...

Rhode Island’s Special Commission on Reapportionment on Jan. 12 approved new redistricting maps that would keep all 113 incumbent legislators in their existing districts. The...

R.I. redistricting commission keeps 113 incumbent legislators in their existing districts

PRROVIDENCE - Rhode Island's Special Commission on Reapportionment has approved its redistricting maps, keeping all 113 incumbent legislators in their existing districts. The state's political...

What to do with a windfall? $1B in ARPA money may...

After years of grappling with gaping budget deficits, state legislators are facing a problem in the 2022 General Assembly session unlike any they’ve seen...

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