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Jun 26 2022

In the Arena, Jennie Johnson, City Year

Each week, Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews a key leader in Rhode Island. This year, Jennie Johnson, Executive Director of City ...

Jun 20 2022

Aging groups gear up to support candidates in primaries, mid-terms – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging issues In just 140 days, seniors will go to the polls to cast ballots ...

Jun 19 2022

In the Arena – David Segal, candidate for Congress in RI

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews leaders and key people in Rhode Island. This week he interviews David Segal, a ...

Jun 19 2022

Business Beat:  State education groups get appointments

Business Beat:  State education groups get appointments Governor McKee announced changes and additions to the Board of Education, the Council ...

Jun 17 2022

Rhode Island violated rights of English language learners in Providence schools

Ruling in a case filed two years ago by Rhode Island Legal Services and the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island, ...

Jun 15 2022

This is the way we made this law… about guns

Your government in action. And it all took place under bright lights, amidst plenty of public witness, and division among ...
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Jun 15 2022

RI House Finance considering major increase in pay for DD, Human Services workers

By Gina Macris, Developmental Disabilities News Last June, direct care workers serving adults with developmental disabilities in Rhode Island were ...

Jun 13 2022

Pushing Social Security 2100: A Sacred Trust up the Hill – Herb Weiss

Larson Pushes to Get Social Security Reform Proposal for House Vote By Herb Weiss, contributing writer The House Ways and ...

Jun 12 2022

In the Arena: Joy Fox on running for congress

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews leaders and politicians in Rhode Island. This week he interviews Joy Fox, candidate for ...

Jun 10 2022

Rhode Island may not be capable of providing services required by civil rights settlement

by Gina Macris, Developmental Disabilities News Two community organizations have questioned whether Rhode Island’s Executive Office of Human Services (EOHHS) ...