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Will Raimondo play ball with Skeffington?
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Ego, principle, boredom, opportunity – there are lots of non-crazy reasons for the former governor to run for the White House.
The governor’s HealthSource RI assessment would cost Rhode Islanders 66% more than the fee for HealthCare.gov next year.
Nearly one in four Rhode Island workers are at least 55 years old now, and 33,000 people over 65 are holding down a job.
From pensions to the Providence streetcar, this week’s roundup looks at the week’s most important stories.
The state is giving back about $290 million of the roughly $4 billion in savings it banked from the 2011 law.
And it sounds like we’ll find out who they are on Thursday.
But who is the 8,000-employee parent of Women & Infants Hospital talking to about new “strategic partnerships”?
Governor Raimondo and Treasurer Magaziner can’t or won’t say how much Williams is being paid to work on the settlement.
Surprise! They wouldn’t comment.
The Rhode Island Broadcasters Association joins the Rhode Island Press Association in protesting the secrecy surrounding the pension case.
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“This is not a happy day,” Council 94 President J. Michael Downey told WPRI.com.