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Midterm elections always present an opportunity to send a message to the political party of the president. Where do you stand as the state’s primary election looms? more
Vice President Joe Biden and the rest of the Obama Administration’s delegation to the U.S. Conference of Mayors annual meeting canceled their scheduled appearance due to picketing by Providence’s fire fighters union. Does the picketing do more harm than good to the city? more
The General Assembly recently passed bills (although the two pieces of legislation must be reconciled and re-passed) to put the issue of contracting the state's name onto the ballot next year. more
Passable sidewalks are a key component in creating community and promoting commerce in city and village centers. Who should be responsible for making sure that sidewalks are usable? more
Last week, Providence Business News awarded the 2009 Rhode Island Innovation Awards, many of which were given to startups and early-stage companies. How would you make the decision of where to locate a company you founded? more
Last week, New Jersey and Virginia elected new Republican governors. In a year, Rhode Island will fill the governor’s seat with someone new, as Gov. Donald L. Carcieri runs up against his two-term limit. Who will you vote for to replace him? more
National Grid has raised the estimate for how much extra the electricity from the first of the two proposed Deepwater Wind offshore wind energy projects will cost. Does the change affect your attitude toward the project? more
Should Rhode Island expand gambling at its two gaming operations in order to safeguard, if not expand, revenue flowing to the state’s coffers? more
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