The May Revenue Estimating Conference is in the books, signaling the beginning of the end of the legislative session, and all the excitement that comes with that. 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.
Rhode Island Republican Chairman Brandon Bell joins Bonus Q&A to discuss a range of issues, including how local Republican candidates will be affected by President Trump, how the state's approach to economic growth should be different, and why his state Election Board complaint against Speaker Mattiello isn't over.
The leader of Rhode Island's Republican Party, Brandon Bell, on the intensifying race for governor, President Trump's move to take the U.S. out of the nuclear agreement with Iran, and the outlook for increasing GOP ranks in the General Assembly.
A plan unveiled Tuesday by Rhode Island GOP gubernatorial candidate Patricia Morgan would scrap truck tolls, reduce taxes, add three Quonset-style business parks, and create an office of inspector general to help pay for some of the lost revenue.
We're closing in on the start of the baseball season, although you might not know it from the weather. Plus, the political cauldron continues to boil in the Biggest Little. So thanks for stopping by. Your comments are welcome and you can follow me through the week on the twitters. Here we go.
Democrats from Washington, D.C. to New England and beyond are hopeful about their electoral chances in this year’s midterms. But RIPR political analyst Scott MacKay cautions that the party must do more than embrace the Women’s March and Black Lives Matter movements.
U.S. Representative David Cicilline from Rhode Island's First Congressional District joins Political Roundtable to discuss his vote against ending the federal government shutdown, as well as the debate about immigration and what Democrats should learn from the 2016 election.
Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian joins Political Roundtable to discuss his political future, the outlook on keeping the PawSox in Rhode Island, and how his community may be affected by fiscal trends at the state and national level.
Who needs holiday presents when Rhode Island politics is the gift that keeps on giving? 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.
RI House Minority Leader Patricia Morgan, a GOP candidate for governor, joins Political Roundtable to discuss her campaign, the Republican tax plan, and whether the value of the PawSox justifies public borrowing.