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“The Sunday Political Brunch” - May 29—"The Sunday Political Brunch" - May 29

25 Ways to Celebrate Veterans in RI & New England—25 Ways to Celebrate Veterans in RI &…

Brown Lacrosse Falls 15-14 to Maryland in OT Thriller—Brown Lacrosse Falls 15-14 to Maryland in OT…

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Classic Geraniums—Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Classic Geraniums

Revs Beat Sounders 2-1 at Gillette Stadium—Revs Beat Sounders 2-1 at Gillette Stadium

Fit For Life: What we Can Learn From the New England Revolution—Fit For Life: What we Can Learn From…

Huestis: Dual Planetary Close Encounters—Huestis: Dual Planetary Close Encounters

24 People, $65.6 Million: Who Is Doling Out Dough for Pro-Clinton Super PACs?—24 People, $65.6 Million: Who Is Doling Out…

The Concert Capitals of America—The Concert Capitals of America

Lobbying Reform Bill Passes & Mental Health Training for Police: This Week at the State House—Lobbying Reform Bill Passes & Mental Health Training…

 
 
 

Providence Councilman Proposes ‘Pay to Play’ Reform Plan

A Providence City Councilman has proposed an ordinance that would limit campaign contributions from businesses that have city contracts or plan to have them in...

NEW: Conviction of Former North Providence Town Solicitor Upheld

The First Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the federal court conviction and sentence of Robert Ciresi, a former attorney and former North Providence town...

Grace Ross: Corporate Execs Still Asking for Give Backs from Employees

Grace Ross asks, can we really change this economic mess?

Advocates to Spend Thousands on Affordable Housing Bond Question

The United Way of Rhode Island has poured nearly $200,000 into a campaign set up the $25 million affordable housing bond question on November’s ballot,...

State Report: Cicilline VS Doherty, Chafee’s Approval & Fixing the EDC

This week's State House Report looks at the curious case of Gov. Lincoln Chafee. Despite his tough stance against 38 Studios and his ongoing efforts...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dean Lees Jr.: Just Say No to Expanding Twin River

A former Lincoln Council President says Lincoln will soon be facing a financial crisis if they do not heed the warning signs of the gambling...

NEW: Supreme Court Denies Recount in San Bento/Tobon Race

By a 3-2 vote, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has rejected a petition filed by the RI ACLU that sought an order requiring the state...

The Highest Paid Superintendents in RI

School superintendents are the highest paid local officials in Rhode Island, earning tens of thousands more than top municipal officials, and combined hauling in more...

NEW: Sunday Is Deadline to Register to Vote in November’s Election

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Islanders this Sunday is the deadline for them to register to vote in November's election.

NEW: Cicilline Urges Speaker Boehner to Renew Focus on Job Creation

With numerous public and private organizations recognizing today as the first annual "Manufacturing Day," Congressman David Cicilline sent an open letter to Speaker John Boehner ...

NEW: Doherty Against Pledges to Stop Tolls on Sakonnet River Bridge

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty today renewed his pledge to do all he can to stop the controversial $4.00 tolls planned for the new Sakonnet River...

Aaron Regunberg: New Education Film is ‘Shamelessly Manipulative’

Aaron Regunberg takes on the controversial new education film, Won't Back Down.

NEW: Overseer Identifies Problems with RIPTA’s Financial Controls

The special overseer for RIPTA today announced findings that indicate multiple problems with financial controls at the state's public transportation agency.

NEW: Schilling Posted Bloody Sock as Collateral for Loan

Former Red Sox star Curt Schilling posted the infamous bloody sock he wore in game six of the 2004 American League Championship Series as collateral for...

slides: Experts & Pundits React to Presidential Debate

So who won the first Presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney? Here’s a slideshow breakdown of what experts and pundits thought.

Julia Steiny: Common Core Curriculum Standards are Flawed

Julia Steiny explains why the Common Core curriculum standards are upsetting to so many.

NEW: Barney Frank, DNC Secretary to Headline Unity Dinner for RI Dems

The Rhode Island Democratic Party today announced guest speakers for their Unity Dinner on Thursday, October 11 at Wright’s Farm in Burrillville will include...

Nearly 4,000 Rhode Island Students have Defaulted on Loans Since 2009

Roughly one of every ten students from Rhode Island colleges who began paying back their federal loans in fiscal years 2009 or 2010 has defaulted, according to...

NEW: Dems Criticize Doherty for Opposing Expansion of Violence Against Women Act

The state Democratic Party is accusing Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty of not supporting legislation that would expand and reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act.

NEW: Gately Wants Bus Services Privatized in Cranston

State Senate candidate Sean Gately (D-27) is calling on his Democratic opponent Frank Lombardi to support privatizing bus services in Cranston.

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