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Traffic has been declining for a number of years at the state’s only major commercial airport, leading some to wonder if the planned extension of the main runway at the airport is needed. What do you think? more
Despite wild swings both up and down, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index ended 2012 on a positive note, gaining 13.4 percent for the year. What do you see for the index in the coming year in terms of return? more
Were you and/or your family part of the 883,000 people who took advantage of the extended hours and new tours that the Preservation Society of Newport County put in place in 2012 for the Newport Mansions? more
A relatively small piece of the fiscal cliff compromise legislation that passed Congress last week included a one-year extension of the tax credits for renewable energy projects. Do you think that the federal credit is a good use of public funds? more
Early results of Christmas season retail surveys indicate that fears of the country running over the fiscal cliff without a deal on federal taxing and spending held back consumer demand. Did you find something similar happening at your business? more
With the announcement that Providence College will make increased payments to the city in lieu of taxes, Mayor Angel Taveras has convinced all seven of the major nonprofits in the city to increase their Pilot payments. Is it enough? more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island recently filed a revised rate hike request for its small and large group employer health insurance plans. Should the health insurance commissioner put a hard cap on any insurance rate increases? more
Last week, Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee said that he would consider negotiation with state employee unions over the pension overhaul that was passed late last year. Is the governor’s plan a prudent one? more
University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley has been a proponent of the construction of a URI-Rhode Island College joint teaching and research facility in Providence. Do you agree with him? more
Hurricane Sandy’s path of destruction along the mid-Atlantic and New England seaboard has sparked fresh discussion about building and re-building along fragile coastal regions. Should public money be used to re-build residential and commercial property along the coast? more
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