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The share of Rhode Island’s population receiving food stamps has jumped from only 7% in 2006 to nearly 17% this year.
The incoming secretary of state unveiled a website where residents can apply for jobs and offer suggestions as she prepares to replace Ralph Mollis.
The Politifact team at the Providence Journal has dug through what is true and what is not when it comes to claims made within Rhode Island’s political landscape.
A growing chorus of state and union leaders say the state should take another stab at settling the suit against the 2011 pension overhaul designed by Gov.-elect Raimondo.
Patrick Lynch denies that his communications with the office of current Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, a fellow Democrat, constitute lobbying.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles Raimondo’s team, how Healey hurt Fung, a tax cut for retirees, Elorza’s plans, high car insurance, Coventry’s problems and more.
The Republican-controlled House passed legislation Friday approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline, setting the stage for a Senate showdown.
Elorza, a Democrat and the mayor-elect of Providence, discusses his victory over Buddy Cianci and his plans for his first year in office.
The Democrat said Thursday she will also resubmit O’Donnell’s name for commissioner of the state Department of Public Safety to the Rhode Island Senate in January.
The newly expanded House Republican caucus has unanimously backed North Smithfield Rep. Brian Newberry for another term as minority leader.
Top Senate Republican Dennis Algiere, union leaders Patrick Quinn and Michael Sabitoni, and current and former bankers are among those advising the governor-elect.
The Chafee administration has hired former R.I. Supreme Court Justice Robert Flanders to prepare a Chapter 9 filing for the troubled fire district.
Arianne Corrente, a former deputy chief of staff to Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, and 11 others will aid Nellie Gorbea as she takes over for Ralph Mollis.
Washington Trust’s Edward “Ned” Handy, teacher’s union leader Robert Walsh and the Chamber of Commerce’s Laurie White will aid the new treasurer.
The state of Rhode Island is renting transition office space for Gov.-elect Gina Raimondo and other general officers as they prepare to assume their posts in January.