| Search: | Advanced Search
Half of RI Renters Spend Over 30% of Income on Rent—Half of RI Renters Spend Over 30% of…
LEGAL MATTERS: How To Beat That Speeding Ticket—avoid the insurance hikes with these easy tips
Dealing With Late Spring Allergies—Kent Hospital Expert—Ah, ah, ahhhhhhchoooooo.....
Michael King Continues to Dominate for Undefeated Hendricken Baseball—Hendricken sticks to winning ways...
Smithfield’s Matt Kuhar Gunning for State Tennis Title—Tennis star continues success...
B’s Win Game 3, Push Rangers To The Brink—take a commanding 3-0 lead in series
Marin, Brown Announce First Recruiting Class—adds 6 players to the program
Providence Mayoral Race Taking Shape—Providence Mayoral Race Taking Shape
NEW: Block Announces Candidacy for Governor in 2014—NEW: Block Announces Candidacy for Governor in 2014
RICares Changing Addiction Conversation—RICares Changing Addiction Conversation
Follow us on Facebook Twitter
See It Read It Share It
From GoLocalProv.com by Paul J. Spetrini, GoLocalProv News Editor:
A battle is brewing in Washington over funding for the Federal Pell Grant student aid program and the four members of Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation all say they’re ready for the fight.
A week after the Congressional Budget Office released a report outlining the financial status of the much-debated student aid program, which had previously been projected to face a $5.7 billion deficit but now appears to be on pace for a surplus, the Ocean State’s four Washington representatives have pledged to do what they can to prevent any further cuts as the debate over the funding of education takes shape in the nation’s capital.
The matter, they say, is key to Rhode Island’s future.