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Massive Lawsuits: Lawyers for Failed St. Joseph Pension Fund Sue Catholic Church and CharterCare—Massive Lawsuits: Lawyers for Failed St. Joseph Pension…

Providence Pledges to Fix Broken Fountain at DePasquale Square, After Months of Embarrassment—Providence Pledges to Fix Broken Fountain at DePasquale…

VIDEO: Cicilline on “Terrible” Zero Tolerance Policy After Touring Texas Detention Facility—VIDEO: Cicilline on "Terrible Zero Tolerance Policy" After…

Women Comprise Less Than 15% of RI Hall of Fame—Women Comprise Less Than 15% of RI Hall…

Fung Refuses Comment on Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy—Fung Refuses Comment on Trump Administration’s Family Separation…

NEW: Tidal Flooding Will Have Major Impact on RI’s Most Valuable Properties, Says New National Study—NEW: Tidal Flooding Will Have Major Impact on…

Brown Calls on Raimondo to Release Partners Fundraiser Remarks, Return Donations—Brown Calls on Raimondo to Release Partners Fundraiser…

Horowitz: Trump Alone Can Fix His Inhumane Border Policy—Horowitz: Trump Alone Can Fix His Inhumane Border…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Broadmeadow: Trump Needs to Halt Policy of Kids Being Separated From Families—Guest MINDSETTER™ Broadmeadow: Trump Needs to Halt Policy…

Decker Talks Blockchain and the Implications to Business—Decker Talks Blockchain and the Implications to Business

 
 

Election Results

Saturday, May 01, 2010

 

Will Rhode Island Opt Out of High Risk Pools?

Saturday, May 01, 2010

High risk pools are among the first programs to be implemented after the passage of the health care reform bill—officially known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. A high risk pool provides coverage for those who are uninsured with pre-existing conditions. Many states already operate a high risk pool for their residents—Rhode Island does not.

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Republicans Say Phone Booth Days Behind Them

Friday, April 30, 2010

State Republicans may be putting their phone-booth days behind them.

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Frank Caprio & Patrick Lynch Hold Talks

Friday, April 30, 2010

Sources tell me that Democratic gubernatorial candidates - Treasurer Frank Caprio and Attorney General Patrick Lynch - met yesterday for breakfast at the Bluefin Grille and they weren't talking about the slow start to the Red Sox season.

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RI Democrats Set to Select New Chairman

Friday, April 30, 2010

It is expected that State Representative Edwin "Ed" Pacheco will be selected as new party chairman and Jeff Padwa, the 2008 Obama finance chair in Rhode Island and a litigator with a practice in protecting patient safety in nursing homes, will be named party treasurer.

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Analysis: Inside Baseball on Kapstein vs. Roberts

Friday, April 30, 2010

If this isn't the most dynamic political season in Rhode Island political history with viable races almost everywhere in Rhode Island, now the Lt. Governor's race heats up.  This new race got interesting as one of Rhode Island's favorite sons, Jeremy Kapstein challenges incumbent  Liz Roberts.  

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Boston’s a Hockey Town Once Again!

Friday, April 30, 2010

Wow!  Let me see if I have this right?  The 6,7 and 8-seeds all won their Eastern Conference quarterfinal round series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs…….right?  This is great news for the 6th-seeded Bruins who now get the #7-seed Philadelphia in the conference semi’s instead of Sid the Kid and Pittsburgh!  The B’s will have home-ice advantage to boot where they were 3-0 against the Sabres last series.

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Poll: 49 Percent Say Hispanic-White Relations Worse

Friday, April 30, 2010

Forty nine percent of U.S. voters say that relations between whites and Hispanics are worsening, according to a new poll released by Rasmussen Reports.

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Celebrate Spring Rhode Island Style This Weekend: May Breakfasts

Friday, April 30, 2010

This is about as Rhode Island as it gets.  May Breakfasts pop up this weekend like daffodils, from Woonsocket to South County, and we've gathered up the longest running, biggest, and best johnnycake and pancake fests from all over the state. 

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With Bruins Riding Hot Streak, Phonies Come Out of the Woodwork

Friday, April 30, 2010

After a dull regular season, the Boston Bruins have advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs, which means fair-weather hockey fans are making their voices heard.

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