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CV Properties is still working to lock down the money required to redevelop the decaying former power station.
The Senate’s top Democrat said her chamber isn’t interested in returning this fall to work out a compromise with the House.
The governor put an exclamation point on the first six months of her tenure Tuesday by finalizing a new tax-and-spending plan.
The unfunded liability for public-sector retirement benefits is down from nearly $9 billion before the 2011 overhaul.
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Lawmakers left Smith Hill unexpectedly on Thursday night after the House and Senate couldn’t reach an agreement on a large number of bills.
Nicholas Mattiello was also harshly critical of RIDOT for allowing the Park Avenue Bridge to deteriorate so severely.
The agency is mounting a broad defense of its accelerated inspection program after the abrupt closure of Cranston’s Park Avenue Bridge.
The Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland governor will be on Aquidneck Island early next month.
The Park Avenue Bridge, which receives more than 15,000 crossings a day, was abruptly closed Tuesday after an inspection.
The speaker said RIDOT should have done more to keep the 109-year-old structure open after its last inspection in September.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello holds the fate of Gov. Gina Raimondo’s sweeping proposal for bridge repairs in his hands.
State leaders’ final decision on how high to raise the wage in 2016 fits one prominent economist’s prescription – almost to the cent.
From the state budget to the battle over charter schools, here’s an inside look at the key issues facing Rhode Island.