The head of the Senate Finance Committee said he wants to hold hearings on the PawSox bill in different communities throughout the state thi…
His move stunned the State House and left dozens of bills in limbo.
Legislative leaders had earlier expressed confidence that a deal would be struck on a recreational marijuana bill by the Friday deadline.
The proposal would automatically register citizens when they’re obtaining or renewing a driver’s license unless the person chooses to opt ou…
President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity on Wednesday gave states two weeks to provide about a dozen points of vot…
The attorney general’s office pushed for the bill, saying it would allow law enforcement to investigate “pill mills and drug diversion.”
Amid strong opposition from many local leaders, lawmakers amended the bill to remove hypertension.
The new rules aren’t so much an outright ban as a tightening of already-tough visa policies affecting citizens from six Muslim-majority coun…
The revised would require employers with at least 18 workers to offer three paid sick days in 2018, four in 2019 and five in 2020.
Supporters say the bill would raise money and increase enforcement, but opponents say it would infringe on civil liberties.
The bill would require the release of “any investigatory records generated or obtained” by Rhode Island State Police or the attorney general…
Supporters said the bill would level the playing field for workers, but opponents warned it would increase property taxes.
Should the law pass, drivers who hold their phone up to their ear while driving would face a $100 fine.
The bill makes assaulting a delivery driver a felony.
The new rules take effect at 8 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on Thursday.
The protest was held in response to a report that found an additional 22 million Americans would lose insurance over the next decade if the …
The bill will now be considered by the House, which is already working on its own version of the legislation.
The governor said she is exploring “efficiencies,” but insisted state leaders must “take care of our most vulnerable.”
Raimondo said Wednesday that “Justin Trudeau is coming.”
The secretary of state’s office is taking four big measures to update and clear old names off the lists.
Almilaji moved to Toronto this month to pursue his master’s degree.
The bill in Congress envisions a 26% cut in federal funding for Medicaid, which covered more than 300,000 Rhode Islanders last year.
The treasurer’s office says it would allow payday loans with even higher interest rates than the state’s current 260% maximum.
The White House press secretary, a Barrington native, visited his family at home over the 4th of July weekend last year, as well.
The bill would require private sector employers to provide their workers with up to four paid sick days starting next year and up to five da…