State Rep. Joseph Shekarchi (D-Warwick) joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss Brookings' recommendations on the state's economy; and whether it's appropriate for Governor Raimondo to use university foundations to fund some of her initiatives.
State Rep. Joseph Shekarchi (D-Warwick), and the chairman of the House Labor Committee, joins Bonus Q+A to talk about a series of legislative issues, including ethics, tolls, incentives, and firefighter overtime.
State Rep. Doreen Costa (R-North Kingstown) joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss efforts to reduce gun violence; the high-stakes pursuit of General Electric; and the outlook on Governor Gina Raimondo's truck toll plan.
Elizabeth Roberts, secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the Raimondo administration's attempt to cut Medicaid spending and improve the troubled state Department of Children, Youth and Familes, as well as the outlook on the governor's truck-toll plan.
Elizabeth Roberts, secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, joins Bonus Q&A to discuss efforts to improve agencies under her watch; the growing cost of the UHIP IT project, and other issues.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza joins Bonus Q+A to talk about the capital city's budget outlook, whether past city councilors who work for the city should be able to boost their pensions, and trying to bring more economic development to the state's largest city.
The Political Roundtable crew wishes a Merry Christmas to all our listeners. Ted Nesi from WPRI.com fills in for Scott MacKay this week, and Pablo Rodriguez is our guest, as we discuss stories that flew under the radar in 2015 and offer our predictions for RI politics in the New Year.
Michael Stenhouse, CEO of the Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity, joins Political Roundtable to discuss Governor Gina Raimondo's performance on the economy; the governor's truck-toll proposal; and the latest developments involving the House Oversight Committee and 38 Studios.
State Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor joins Political Roundtable to talk about Wexford Science & Technology's proposal for the I-195 District; Rhode Island's attempt to attract General Electric from Connecticut; and Gov. Raimondo's first-year record on economic development.