Amid strong opposition from many local leaders, lawmakers amended the bill to remove hypertension.
Enbridge Inc. on Thursday withdrew its application for the pipeline project, known as Access Northeast, amid a financing gap.
The revised would require employers with at least 18 workers to offer three paid sick days in 2018, four in 2019 and five in 2020.
Supporters say the bill would raise money and increase enforcement, but opponents say it would infringe on civil liberties.
Nick Hemond said he is “extremely frustrated” with the way the school leaders handled the investigation.
Supporters said the bill would level the playing field for workers, but opponents warned it would increase property taxes.
The search warrants were executed Thursday.
Three arrests within about a year for crimes involving misused law enforcement information.
Acting President Matos wants to know “what happened when school officials learned of this horrific, disturbing allegation.”
Police believe Rosemery Garcia was being compensated for delivering police and accident reports to a business.
20 school leaders will be selected for the initial program next month.
The mayors of most of the state’s largest communities oppose the bill.
Providence is now using Narcan more often than aspirin when it comes to treatments.
The governor said she is exploring “efficiencies,” but insisted state leaders must “take care of our most vulnerable.”
The bill in Congress envisions a 26% cut in federal funding for Medicaid, which covered more than 300,000 Rhode Islanders last year.
The treasurer’s office says it would allow payday loans with even higher interest rates than the state’s current 260% maximum.
The White House press secretary, a Barrington native, visited his family at home over the 4th of July weekend last year, as well.
Four candidates rarely disagreed on Providence’s most pressing issues.
The councilman wants his colleagues to post campaign finance reports and financial disclosures online.
Providence’s Fire Department Trial Board viewed the comments as racially insensitive.
The bill would allow an illness to be cause for the granting of a tax-free accidental disability pension to a first responder.
Aaraon Hernandez’s legal teams dominated the list, followed by his fiancée and family.
Ana Quezada is suspended without pay from her job in Providence’s department of inspections and standards.
Tim White, Ted Nesi, Dan McGowan, John Villella Jr. and Nick Domings shared the award for Best Investigative Report.
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