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The elite private institution in Providence, where tuition tops $35,000, made the revelation in a letter to alumni.
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The report was requested by House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello.
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The House speaker announced his plan to gradually eliminate the car tax while on the campaign trail last fall.
The long-troubled nonprofit chaired by state Rep. Anastasia Williams won a short-term victory in its fight with DCYF.
Agoda, a Singapore-based travel services business, could receive about $4.1M in tax breaks to open a Providence office.
The John Hope Settlement House, chaired by Rep. Anastasia Williams, has been ordered to close its day care center.
A $1.50 surcharge on every DMV transaction was supposed to be go away this June, but may stay in place for five more years.
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