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Gov. Candidate Brown Runs as Progressive—Took Hundreds of Thousands from RI’s Wealthiest—Gov. Candidate Brown Runs as Progressive -- Took…

NEW: Chafee Says He Is “Very Unlikely” to Run for Governor in 2018—NEW: Chafee Says He Is “Very Unlikely” to…

NEW: RI Gas Prices Rise 10 Cents From Last Week—NEW: RI Gas Prices Rise 10 Cents From…

NEW: Opponents to 46-Story Fane Tower Turn Out Monday to Raise Awareness—NEW: Opponents to 46-Story Fane Tower Turn Out…

EDITORIAL: It is Time to Fire Deloitte—EDITORIAL: It is Time to Fire Deloitte

Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston & D.C.  Most Likely Amazon HQ2 Winners—Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston…

Over 500 Expected to Attend Bryant’s 33rd World Trade Day—Over 500 Expected to Attend Bryant’s 33rd World…

Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family Caregivers Gone?—Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family…

Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters for 2019—Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit…

Celtics Comeback Falls Short, Lose to Bucks 104-102 in Game 4—Celtics Comeback Falls Short, Lose to Bucks 104-102…

 
 

Gov. Candidate Brown Runs as Progressive—Took Hundreds of Thousands from RI’s Wealthiest

Matt Brown, looking to run for Governor

Monday, April 23, 2018

When Matt Brown announced that is looking to run for Governor of Rhode Island against Gina Raimondo and the crowded field in 2018, he wrote in an open letter, “Rhode Islanders are being hit hard by the brutal forces of economic inequality and wealth concentration.”

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NEW: Chafee Says He Is “Very Unlikely” to Run for Governor in 2018

Lincoln Chafee

Monday, April 23, 2018

Former Rhode Island Governor and United States Senator Lincoln Chafee said he is “very unlikely” to run for Governor 2018. 

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NEW: RI Gas Prices Rise 10 Cents From Last Week

Monday, April 23, 2018

Rhode Island gas prices have risen ten cents from last week, according to AAA Northeast.

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NEW: Opponents to 46-Story Fane Tower Turn Out Monday to Raise Awareness

Olin Thompson

Monday, April 23, 2018

Members of the Jewelry District Association turned out Monday morning to bring attention to their opposition to the proposed 46-story tower by developer Jason Fane on the 195 land in Providence. 

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EDITORIAL: It is Time to Fire Deloitte

UHIP Hearing

Monday, April 23, 2018

Make no mistake about it — the UHIP healthcare infrastructure is a $500 million disaster. And, now it is moving towards a $600 million cost structure. No one can say where it will end.

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Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston & D.C.  Most Likely Amazon HQ2 Winners

Robert Whitcomb, columnist

Monday, April 23, 2018

GoLocal columnist and former Providence Journal Editorial Page Editor Robert Whitcomb joins GoLocal News Editor Kate Nagle and discuss the recent exodus from the Providence Journal newsroom.

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Over 500 Expected to Attend Bryant’s 33rd World Trade Day

Ernie Almonte

Monday, April 23, 2018

Over 500 leading business, political, civic and trade leaders are set to attend Bryant University’s 33rd annual World Trade Day. 

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Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family Caregivers Gone?

Monday, April 23, 2018

The year 2030 marks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 National Population Projections, released last month.  By 2030, older people are projected to outnumber children.  In the next twenty years, when these aging baby boomers enter their 80s, who will provide informal caregiving to them.

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Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters for 2019

Monday, April 23, 2018

CMS recently issued its final benefit and payment parameters rule for 2019.  The “payment notice,” as the rule is typically called, is an annual notice that includes all the major changes CMS intends to implement for the next marketplace plan year and for health insurance market reforms generally.  

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Celtics Comeback Falls Short, Lose to Bucks 104-102 in Game 4

Marcus Morris

Monday, April 23, 2018

he Boston Celtics rallied from a 20-point second half deficit before falling to the Milwaukee Bucks 104-102 on Sunday afternoon in game four of their first-round playoff series.

The Celtics got 34 points from Jaylen Brown, but it was not enough as the series is now tied at two games apiece.

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