Congressman Jim Langevin joins RI Public Radio's Bonus Q&A this week to discuss a broad range of issues, including how Hillary Clinton is conducting her campaign; the Burrillville power plant; cyber-terrorism; and much more.
Governor Gina Raimondo joins Political Roundtable this week to talk about the heightened focus on good government, the outlook for improving Rhode Island's economy, and efforts to improve the skills of Rhode Island workers.
State Sen. Gayle Goldin joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the process for reviewing legislative community grants; the move to strengthen the state Ethics Commission; and state Rep. Karen MacBeth's decision to end her congressional campaign.
State Sen. Gayle Goldin (D-Providence) joins Bonus Q&A this week to discuss a range of issues, including the current mood of Rhode Islanders; whether the state should legalize marijuana, her stance on the line-item veto; and other issues.
Former state Republican chairman Giovanni Cicione joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the arrest of Providence city councilor Kevin Jackson; the outlook on de-politicizing legislative grants, and a move to strengthen the state Ethics Commission.
Lawyer, businessman and former state GOP chairman Giovanni Cicione joins Bonus Q&A to discuss whether Republicans will gain legislative seats this year; presidential politics; and Governor Gina Raimondo's approval rating.
Congressman David Cicilline joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the fall of House Finance Chairman Ray Gallison; the level of accountability for community service grants; and what could be the looming November showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
State Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss changes in Rhode Island's healthcare landscape, how lawmakers will address the proposed legalization of marijuana, and the outlook on improving public education.
State Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed joins Bonus Q&A this week to discuss charter schools, the outlook on ethics reform, her future plans, promoting green jobs, leadership at the state Board of Elections, and other issues.