The senator has already faced criticism from one of his possible 2018 opponents for refusing to release his returns in the past.
The new legislation is Providence’s first step toward gaining revenue from its water supply.
State police told to put a freeze on all spending from multi-million dollar Google fund.
The State Police have been investigating Aponte’s use of campaign funds.
The survey also showed more voters favor the governor’s plan to reduce the car tax than the speaker’s plan to eliminate it.
Long-overdue computer system at DMV on track for July launch after settlement reached in lawsuit.
Councilman Jackson can still appeal to the state Supreme Court.
The poll also showed more than half of voters approve of the jobs being done by U.S. Sens. Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse.
But supporters say they’re hopeful a vote will be scheduled soon.
Jackson’s key polling place has been changed to a new venue.
Rhode Island’s tallest skyscraper has been vacant since 2013.
A new breakdown of stats about families, childhood health and education.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles free tuition, Raimondo’s re-election fight, Trump’s Syria strikes and more.
Craig Price’s alleged victim was stabbed with a homemade weapon and is now under constant guard at a Florida hospital.
The city treasurer wants to know why the compensation package didn’t need council approval.
Whitehouse and Langevin both gave their support to the attack, while Cicilline joined Reed in responding cautiously.
“The goal that we have is to be the top performing urban district in the country,” Elorza said.
In a one-on-one interview during his Rhode Island visit, Perez stood by his use of a four-letter word to describe President Trump.
The state released a list of 55 serious issues still affecting its troubled computer system for benefits.
Richard Culatta’s position has drawn criticism for being independently funded as an arm of Rhode Island College’s endowment.
Eliminating the deduction for state and local taxes would mean an average increase of $1,880 for residents who use it now.
Price – who murdered four people in Rhode Island in the 1980s – was allegedly involved in an altercation that left an inmate hospitalized.
The attorney general’s office argued the governor has “done nothing but fuel misguided speculation” about the investigation.
Meg Whitman doesn’t want to testify about the long-delayed effort to replace the DMV’s Reagan-era computer system.
The financially troubled Providence nonprofit has a new board chair and a new partner.