Yet again, GA chooses spending over investment in R.I.’s future

It is clear what vision of Rhode Island the General Assembly has. Rather than slowing down the elimination of the state’s car tax, the fiscal 2020 budget approved by the House Finance Committee keeps the expected timetable in place. The removal of the car tax is the signature issue for House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello,…

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