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There are no more important beneficiaries of educational choice than the families and students who need K-12 options and opportunity. They are the reason we fight to expand choice in every state, including Rhode Island. An important more
As many residents have observed, there have been significant changes designed to improve our special education programs at the junior high and high school levels. These changes were made due to school consolidation but more more
I have been a Bob Dylan fan since his “folk” days. Over time he has gone through many permutations, oftentimes confounding fans, critics and officials of the Nobel Prize. Some love Mr. … more
Just days ago, Louis A. Marciano came to St. Paul's Church on a mission to get his fellow Pawtucket Rotarians more involved in Rotary International's efforts to create a polio-free world. Marciano, a former Mount Pleasant High School more
Rhode Island has made great strides over the past two years in building momentum for our state's economic comeback and our ports have been on the leading edge of those efforts. Already proven success stories, we need to invest more
When I first entered public service 22 years ago, I never imagined all that would be accomplished for the betterment of our Warwick community and the state of Rhode Island. I wrote then, in a letter to the editor to express my more
How would you like to be part of an investment that benefits you - and the economy - by protecting key Rhode Island landscapes, maximizing outdoor recreation opportunities, preventing stormwater pollution of water more
This year, Rhode Island can turn a corner on ethics. For the better part of a decade, good government groups like Common Cause have toiled at the State House to pass legislation that would give the Ethics Commission jurisdiction over more
On September 30, President Obama proclaimed October 2016 as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the Department of Homeland Security and its private sector partners are holding events and engaging more
By one estimate, Americans spend $4.4 billion on over the counter and prescribed cold remedies including $1.1 billion for antibiotics. In truth, there is no cold remedy and, on top of that, colds are a viral disease that antibiotics more
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