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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit hardest the areas and populations that were already struggling, since they had the fewest resources for adaptation and safety. We've seen the outsized effects on the poor and on minorities. Another group more
On February 11, the Rhode Island Senate unanimously passed legislation, SB 2125, prohibiting health insurers from charging women more for their health insurance. Again. In fact, this legislation has passed more
I must respond to the recent opinion piece on education funding written by one of "e;Mattiello's Minions,"e; Rep. Robert Jacquard, who has lived off Cranston taxpayers as a pensioner, who pays nothing for his healthcare, and who even got his more
It's been about two months since a Minneapolis police officer murdered George Floyd. In the weeks that have followed, Rhode Islanders have looked for productive ways to channel our sorrow, our horror, and our anger at a racist criminal more
Despite the unprecedented stress placed on Rhode Island's budget due to the COVID-19 crisis, I am proud the General Assembly has maintained its deep commitment to public education in the supplemental budget recently signed into law. more
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