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Aaron Regunberg: History and Education Reform

Aaron Regunberg says that as we get higher up the decision-making chains of education reform organizations, it's time to

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NEW: Alan Shawn Feinstein Supports “Wheels for Meals” Program

Noted philanthropist Alan Shawn Feinstein is endorsing the Providence Community Action Program’s (ProCAP) “Wheels for

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INVESTIGATION: Pawtucket Goes After Lincoln Official for Back Taxes

The City of Pawtucket is pursuing 23 years worth of back taxes from a Lincoln town official who registered his cars at his

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NEW: Cicilline Introduces Bill to Ban Debit Card Fees

Following announcements by several big Wall Street banks of plans to impose new fees on consumers for using debit cards,

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PODCAST: INVESTIGATION: Pawtucket Goes After Lincoln Official for Back Taxes

The City of Pawtucket is pursuing 23 years worth of back taxes from a Lincoln town official who registered his cars at his

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NEW: Department of Public Safety Withdraws Proposed Regulations After ACLU Lawsuit

The Rhode Island ACLU announced today that the state Department of Public Safety (DPS) is withdrawing recently-proposed

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Julia Steiny: Failing Schools Need More Options

By its very nature, education policy made a million miles from a classroom – by Congress, say – risks insensitivity to the

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Deportations Skyrocket Under President Obama

Nearly 400,000 undocumented immigrants were deported nationwide during the 2011 fiscal year, the highest number on record,

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NEW: Mayor Taveras Criticizes Pension Proposal

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras is among the local leaders criticizing the municipal portion of Governor Chafee and General

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Chafee Pension Proposal More Severe than Caprio’s

Governor Chafee won last year’s election with the overwhelming support of organized labor across the state, but the

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NEW: President Reaffirms Brown’s ROTC Policy

In a letter to the University community today, Brown President Ruth J. Simmons accepted the recommendations made by the

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NEW: RI Seniors Getting Increase in Benefits

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse today applauded an announcement by the Social Security Administration that seniors will receive

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NEW: Homelessness on the Rise in RI

The latest homeless numbers indicate a six percent increase in homelessness from last year’s June to September count.

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NEW: Brown Cutting Athletic Admissions Beginning Next Year

Brown University plans to cut athletic admission slots beginning in 2012-2013. The plan would lower admission slots

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