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…
The honorary Rhode Island chairman of the Trump campaign dubbed Tuesday night’s event as “exploring Rhode Island’s future.”
The legislation approved by the House Monday night would create a surveillance system to search for and fine out-of-state drivers without in…
“We’re got a lot of discussions going on, and I’m still optimistic we’re going to get there,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The proposal calls for the state, city and team to share the cost of a new $83-million ballpark on the Apex site.
The bill would allow an illness to be cause for the granting of a tax-free accidental disability pension to a first responder.
Under the legislation, at least one parent of a 16- or 17-year-old aspiring driver would have to take the course.
The Senate Finance Committee voted 9-1 to approve the budget plan Tuesday, sending it to a full Senate vote later this week.
Under the GOP proposal, Baker writes that the state would lose $907 million in 2020, with the annual fiscal impact climbing to $1.7 billion …
The Democratic-controlled House voted 48-17 to pass the bill, with Republicans and some Democrats voting against it.
Mayor Grebien has warned that the team will begin looking for a new home outside Rhode Island after July 1.
The legislation prohibits anyone convicted of domestic violence or under a domestic restraining order from possessing firearms.
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But the state’s top Republican argued the governor has failed to act after the top Mattiello aide’s free tuition perk was exposed.
The Board of Canvassers said Thursday they would be sending the letters out to voters who were registered at places that did not appear to b…
The tax-and-spending plan includes free tuition at CCRI and the start of a six-year car tax phaseout.
The U.S. Senate Thursday released its version of health care reform. Read the proposal for yourself.
Gov. Gina Raimondo signed the bill into law Thursday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hopes to push it through the Senate next week.