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Nothing bespeaks how out of touch with taxpayers our legislators can be than the recent bill, HB-5819, sponsored by Representatives Robert Craven, Michael Morin, Carol Hagan McEntee and newcomer, … more
It would seem we have an Attorney General who embraces rationality and realism over politics and rhetoric and I, for one, am pleased. The drug problem in the United States, and worldwide, is … more
In the Muslim culture, they greet one another in this way. “As-salaam Alaykum," meaning “Peace be upon you” and answered by “wa ʿalaykumu s-salām” meaning “and peace be upon you … more
Our high school students excitedly cheered on the elementary kids as they ran through the "High Five Friday" morning gauntlet. The little ones grinned and laughed as our high school students clapped … more
It is a rare occasion when I praise the RI Speaker of the House and Senate President. Praise is due, however, for their recent actions. Here are the reasons why:House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello-The … more
Kudos to Attorney General Peter Neronha for 2 thoughtful pieces of legislation. His first bill would reduce simple possession of 1 ounce or less of a controlled substance (other than marijuana where … more
Pretend that you are researching whether you should bring your business to Rhode Island. You obviously are assessing your chances of making a profit, whether your children can get a great education, … more
George Mendonsa fought in World War II’s Pacific Theater, fished a lifetime on Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay, remained married to the love of his life for … more
Poli-ticksBy Arlene VioletIt's time for a new sheriff's policy in town WPRI-TV’s investigative reporter extraordinaire, Tim White, exposed a scandal at the state’s sheriff department. It … more
In an effort to find money for the burgeoning state budget, Governor Gina Raimondo is proposing to legalize recreational marijuana. She projects that the state would receive $14.3 million in gross … more
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