The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity posted a new analysis today of the 3298 pensioners who currently earnRead More
With Clay Pell and Angel Taveras locked in a statistical tie for second place behind Gina Raimondo among likely Democratic primary voters, will the chasm that has emerged between Pell and Taveras supporters within the state’s labor base have the unintended consequence of electing Raimondo as the Democratic nominee for Governor on September 9th?
"If you look at the polling released this week, it looks like my prediction from earlier this month is bearing out. I don't blame any teacher for being nervous about Angel Taveras being our governor, and I have a ton of respect for [NEARI Executive Director] Bob Walsh, but he is playing a dangerous game that may result in his worst nightmare coming true: Gina Raimondo becoming the next governor of Rhode Island," said RI Future Publisher, Bob Plain.
Common Cause Rhode Island once again calls on the General Assembly to release all proposed amendments to the RetirementRead More
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) took a key step today toward making federal restoration and conservation resourcesRead More
The national unemployment rate may have dipped down to 9 percent, but two members of Rhode Island’s CongressionalRead More
Ward 6 City Councilman Michael Correia is out of the hospital after being struck by a car on Atwells Avenue early SaturdayRead More
The Occupy Providence protesters in Burnside Park were startled early this morning when a college student stormed the parkRead More
The property battle between State Representative and former Providence assistant city solicitor Michael Tarro and theRead More
U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) and Woonsocket businessman Wayne Celia, CEO of Diversified Distribution yesterdayRead More