The major issues deserve solutions, in R.I. and the U.S.

It is no secret that special interests dominate the state’s politics. It allows them to influence how, from whom and in what amounts tax revenue is collected and then allocated. Their stranglehold on the process leaves disgruntled citizens of every political stripe – who well may be the vocal majority around the water cooler and…

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