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Target 12 consumer investigator Susan Campbell breaks down who is eligible for the new Rhode Island Promise scholarship and how to apply.
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Cicilline says bills would increase by an average $205.56 per year.
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The measure passed by a 30-5 vote along party lines, with all five Republicans voting no.
Target 12 revealed in June that a top Mattiello appointee received about $50,000 in free tuition while working at the State House.
Governor Baker filed a bill today that would suspend the state’s 6.25 percent sales tax on the weekend of August 19th and 20th.
“Sometimes it’s good to have a reset,” said Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, a likely candidate for governor again in 2018.
According to Raimondo, once the budget reaches her, it will be signed “immediately.”
The agency says $238 million in projects will be awarded this year, making 2017 its biggest construction season since 2009.
Anyone who does personal business at the state’s Motor Vehicle Division will now be registered to vote automatically unless they opt out.
The Washington Post reports that President Trump himself wrote the statement released by his son.
The first-term Democrat has 15 times more campaign money than her chief rival, Republican Allan Fung.
The Senate will pass the House’s original budget in exchange for a concession on the car tax; both chambers will reconvene Sept. 19.
Scaramucci previously went on a profanity-laden tirade against Reince Priebus, then chief of staff.
The minimum wage and paid leave questions, should they reach the ballot, are likely to face pushback from major business groups.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi breaks down what caused the legislative standoff, what could happen next, and why it matters to you.
Child advocates who say the law will help prevent kids from dying in hot cars.
After a month-long stalemate, Senate Democrats are set to caucus about the budget Monday.
It is crucial for our fire departments to attain and maintain 24-hour protection of the public,” U.S. Sen. Reed said.
Ian Prior grew up in East Greenwich before working in Washington D.C.