The inside scoop about Raimondo and RIDOT, AG Kilmatin and 38 Studios, Whitehouse’s big week, the PawSox and more.
The governor has embarked on what her office calls the largest reorganization of the Department of Transportation in its history.
The state’s top prosecutor, who voted for the 38 Studios bill as a lawmaker, reiterated that he won’t recuse himself.
The job is a crucial one in part because the health care program has grown to consume more than $2 billion a year.
The former governor currently has literally 0.0% support in the RealClearPolitics average of national presidential polling.
This week’s must-read focuses on the 38 Studios document dump, Providence financial problems and much more.
Nicholas Mattiello was House majority leader when the 38 Studios deal was made, and he maintains he knew nothing beforehand.
The disclosure sheds more light on what top House Democrats knew as the failed deal was being put together behind closed doors.
The revelations contained in newly released court documents directly contradict what the former speaker had said.
The disclosure indicates that lawyers have focused closely on what role House leaders played in spurring the failed deal.
Now that the I-195 ballpark proposal is dead, some are pushing the team to consider building one on the site near Davol Square.
The inside scoop about Raimondo’s RIDOT challenge, the PawSox, the 38 Studios documents, firefighters and more.
Ted Nesi discusses the latest in the 38 Studios case.
Wells Fargo said it wants to keep sealed more than 1,000 documents in the case that could top 10,000 pages of material.
The North East Independent and the South County Independent will began publishing Oct. 1 as a single newspaper.
A court official said the hotly anticipated release of the tens of thousands of pages is likely to happen next week.