Updated July 26 at 11:29pm
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Recent stories about the declining unemployment rate in Rhode Island have included data that indicates the state’s labor force is shrinking as well. Is the emphasis on that last point obscuring the true picture of the state’s economy? more
The MBTA is looking to manage a deficit of $161 million in its fiscal 2013 budget by cutting back on its service to Rhode Island. Should the state help the MBTA with the shortfall in order to protect service to the Ocean State? more
Rhode Island lost 22,000 jobs in 2008, as the state's unemployment rate rose to 10 percent, second in the nation to Michigan, and the highest the state has achieved using the current methodology since 1982. more
The Capital Center has been the scene of major construction over the last three years, with five major projects opening, or ready to open, in the last four years. Which do you like best? more
General Motors is not the first company to turn to the "Buy American" motto to try and drum up sales. But in GM's case Question of the Week results: Automakers' woes won't impact buying choices by … more
With the voters of Plainville, Mass., overwhelmingly approving the building of a slots parlor at the Plainridge Racecourse, the region is one step closer to seeing more gambling competition. What should Rhode Island do about it? more
One of the key challenges confronting the new head of the RIEDC, Marcel A. Valois, is whether he will be able to change the state’s business climate, which is perceived as being overly burdensome in regulation and taxes. What do you think? more
General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner resigned Sunday, as a condition of the federal government continuing to support the troubled automaker. Was the administration correct in asking him to quit? more
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