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A report released Sunday by Obama administration details extreme cuts to education and military spending the state would see if the federal government fails to prevent sequester.
Question 4 on the Nov. 6 election ballot asks residents whether the state should borrow $94 million t build a new facility and renovate the existing one.
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Helena B. Foulkes is the second state official to resign in the last week amidst the 38 Studios controversy.
State officials told the crowd that fees on the Mount Hope or Sakonnet River bridges are unavoidable to maintain the spans.
The Rhode Island Department of Health is urging residents to get vaccinated against influenza.
The joint House and Senate Finance Committees heard from a long line of residents and union leaders on the governor's and treasurer's plan to fix the state pension crisis.
State and local officials are preparing a disaster plan as Hurricane Irene approaches.
Rhode Island's 58th governor promises to rescind E-verify and push for marriage equality.
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