The speaker discusses his plan to eliminate the car tax, the state budget shortfall, the PawSox, the 2018 election and more.
The Republican four-term mayor said this week he’s putting a team together to take a serious look at the governor’s race.
“President Trump’s action will not deter Rhode Island from taking necessary steps to address climate change,” said Gov. Gina Raimondo.
The governor went to the Big Apple to pitch her plan for two years of free college tuition at Rhode Island institutions.
Local brewers are happy about a proposal to eliminate the sales tax on beer and malt beverages in Rhode Island.
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed will also meet with troops from Rhode Island who are currently serving there.
New details released by the speaker’s office show how some communities are bigger winners under his car tax plan.
CNN, whose New Year’s Eve coverage Griffin has co-hosted, called the images “disgusting and offensive.”
House Minority Whip Blake Filippi hopes to expand upon the 2013 repeal of the state’s 7% retail sales tax on wine and spirits.
If included in the state budget, the plan would reduce taxpayers’ bills during the new fiscal year that starts July 1.
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E-liquids contain nicotine mixed with flavoring, coloring and assorted chemicals, which can be extremely dangerous for children.
Nardolillo also said he disagrees with the president’s proposal to build a border wall, but supports the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
The Coventry Republican discusses why he’s running against U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2018 election.
The move all but assures that the full Senate will confirm Brown’s selection for the post after the Memorial Day recess.
The state’s auditor general on Thursday released a breakdown of expenses tied to the troubled benefits eligibility system.
Gov. Gina Raimondo on Thursday signed an executive order establishing the state’s first Homeland Security Advisory Board.
“I’m not going to push for it,” the governor said of the ballpark plan. “This is the mayor of Pawtucket’s initiative.”
Governor Raimondo appears concerned about including a state guarantee for Pawtucket’s share of the stadium debt.
National Grid said it supports one of the proposals to change the state’s utility laws, but argued others could “do grievous harm.”
Peter Palumbo was fined earlier this year in an unrelated ethics case involving a beach concession contract.
Pawtucket’s mayor is afraid the state is on the brink of the baseball club moving somewhere else.
Spending on the program, which provides health coverage to low-income people, has grown by nearly $600 million in recent years.
It would exempt natural hair braiders from the costly licensing requirements for hairdressers and barbers.
House Republicans and trucking industry leaders say the state won’t get enough bang for its buck from the infrastructure plan.