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NEW: National Story Questions City Loan

A Wall Street Journal article questioning cities’ decisions to take out “green” loans hit newsstands this week and

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Special Session 2011: The Dozen Decision Makers

There are countless people wrapped up in the pension debate, but these are the ones who have the greatest influence. 

 
 

GoLocalProv MINDSETTERS™ Grade President Obama’s Jobs Speech

Can the American Jobs Act save the country (and the President’s reelection hopes)? GoLocalProv’s MINDSETTERS™ were glued

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President Obama’s Jobs Speech: Local Leaders React

President Obama’s jobs speech was met with unanimous support among Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation, but that’s not

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NEW: Stanley Cup Comes To Providence

Hundreds of excited Boston Bruns fans packed the Rhode Island Convention Center this afternoon to get a glimpse of Lord

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Special Session 2011: Business Leaders Demand Pension Reform

As state lawmakers delve in to a special fall session designed to reform the pension system, top business leaders are

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NEW: Preliminary Report Shows Growth in RI Revenue: But Is It Enough?

The Governor’s Office today released a special report on preliminary FY 2011 revenues, and according to the data, Rhode

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NEW: Pell Named White House Fellow

Clay Pell has been named to the 2011-2012 class of White House Fellows, the White House announced today.

 
 

PODCAST: RI Groups Spend Millions Lobbying Washington

Twenty of Rhode Island’s top businesses, universities and hospitals as well as arts organizations, environmental programs

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NEW: Gay Rights Activists Demand Costa Disavow “Bigotry”

The gay rights group Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI) has publicly called upon state Rep. Doreen Costa to disavow the

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NEW: ACLU Files Suit Against RI Department of Public Safety

The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a suit against the state’s Department of Public Safety

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Lucrative Legislators: How Much Is RI’s Delegation Worth?

They’re sent to Washington to represent the people, but each member of the state’s four-person Congressional Delegation is

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State Rep. vs Mayor Taveras: Land Battle Continues

The back-and-forth between a first-term State Representative and the city of Providence continues to unfold as the two

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Is North Providence The Most Corrupt Town In America?

Over the past decades, Rhode Island has had its share of high profile corruption cases. The state has seen a governor,

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