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State Representative Karen MacBeth (R-Cumberland), who vowed to be a voice for the concerns of everyday Rhode Islanders while running in Rhode Island's First Congressional District, has decided to end her campaign.

Congressman David Cicilline joins Bonus Q&A to talk about the economic concerns raised by the presidential race; the fiscal outlook in Providence; the nuclear agreement with Iran and much more.

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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.

It's peak presidential politics in Rhode Island, with a trio of candidates set to stump in the state this weekend. So thanks for stopping by for my weekly column. As usual, your tips and comments are welcome, and you can follow me through the week on the twitters. Here we go.

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State Rep. Karen MacBeth (R-Cumberland) said Tuesday that she believes a rising tide of discontent among Rhode Island voters will boost her campaign against First District Congressman David Cicilline.

    

Cumberland State Representative Karen MacBeth, who last week changed her party affiliation from Democrat to Republican, announced Monday that she will run for the Republican nomination for the U.S. House in the First District, a seat currently held by Democrat David Cicilline of Providence.

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Rhode Island’s 1st District Congressman David Cicilline returned earlier this week from a visit to Cuba. 

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Rhode Island's senior U.S. senator, Democrat Jack Reed, has called for a vote on legislation to address gun violence following a mass shooting Wednesday in San Bernardino, California.

The shooting claimed at least 14 lives at a center providing services for the disabled, but the motive remains unclear.

After a mid-November slowdown, politics near and far remains roiled by fallout from the Paris attacks. Thanks for stopping by for my weekly column. Your tips and thoughts are welcome via email, and you can follow me through the week on the twitters. Here we go.

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Congressman David Cicilline takes part in Bonus Q&A this week to discuss a wide range of issues, including the conflict in Syria, whether there should be an outside investigation of 38 Studios, when he last spoke with Gordon Fox, Wall Street regulation and more.

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Congressman David Cicilline joins Political Roundtable to discuss efforts to reduce gun violence; fallout from Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate; and the GOP search for a new House speaker.

The South Providence Recreation Center will be renamed tomorrow for the late John H. Rollins, a former Providence City Council member, civil rights activist and football star at both La Salle Academy and the University of Rhode Island.

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Rhode Island's two Democratic congressmen, David Cicilline and Jim Langevin, remain undecided on the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran, even after President Obama secured enough US Senate support Wednesday to assure passage of the deal.

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