The state House of Representatives voted unanimously to pass the bill Tuesday. The bill now moves to the Senate.
Dr. Trista Piccola detailed for Senate lawmakers on Monday what’s been done to address issues brought up by a report back in March.
Sally Yates is testifying Monday before a Senate subcommittee investigating Russian interference in the election.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles Governor Raimondo’s millions, Whitehouse’s fight with Trump and more.
Lawmakers approved the fee reduction in an effort to lessen the burden on truckers before the state begins collecting tolls later this year.
Her administration says the plan, if it holds, could mean a loss of almost $200 million in federal Medicaid funds and drive up the number of…
In this week’s taping of WPRI 12’s Newsmakers, Congressman Joe Kennedy III said it’s irresponsible to completely throw out Obamacare.
The representative from Massachusetts’ 4th District reacts to passage of a GOP health care bill in the House and its potential impact.
Governor Gina Raimondo was live in studio on Eyewitness News at 8:30 a.m. to discuss how the health care bill could affect Rhode Islanders.
Thursday’s vote has some relieved, while others are already worried about what it means for the future.
The bill now faces an uncertain fate in the Senate, where even GOP lawmakers say major changes are likely.
A new bill proposed giving workers the option of choosing either comp day or time-and-a-half if overtime is worked.
Since gypsy moths have been eating away at Rhode Island trees for years, Rep. Patricia Morgan says it’s time the state took action against t…
Gov. Gina Raimondo said it’s “about access and equity,” making voting more convenient for people juggling jobs and family obligations.
Wood was a longtime top aide to former lieutenant governor and health secretary Elizabeth Roberts.
The speaker has promised to eliminate the $220-million-a-year tax over five years, but hasn’t provided details yet.
The announcement comes just two months before the city will complete its court-ordered post-bankruptcy plan.
Lawmakers are considering legislation that would restrict the use of apps that allow consumers to renew prescriptions without an in-office v…
It would allow the town of New Shoreham, which encompasses the island, to be exempt from new statewide rules affecting ride-hailing apps.
Raimondo lives in the Providence ward represented by fellow Democrat Kevin Jackson.
Erasing the threat of a disruptive government shutdown, the White House and top lawmakers endorsed a $1.1 trillion spending bill Monday.
The first-term Democratic governor continues to raise much more money than most Rhode Island politicians.
“Our approach is to move as aggressively as we can but not any faster than that,” the state leader in charge said.
The catchall spending bill would be the first major piece of bipartisan legislation to advance during President Donald Trump’s presidency.
“Where have we heard this before?” Chafee wrote in an open letter, quoting an editorial that described such subsidies as “senseless.”