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Political Roundtable
4:00 am
Fri January 3, 2014

Political Roundtable: Newberry on Pension Mediation, 38 Studios + The Race for Governor

Newberry on the House floor in 2012.
Credit Ian Donnis/File Photo / RIPR

House Minority Leader Brian Newberry (R-North Smithfield) joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the possible fate in the General Assembly of the 2011 pension overhaul; continued fallout from the failure of 38 Studios; and the intensifying race for governor.

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12:03 pm
Mon December 9, 2013

GOP Fundraiser Tony Bucci Joins Block Campaign; Fung Returns Fire

Longtime GOP fundraiser Tony Bucci has joined Ken Block's Republican gubernatorial campaign as a senior adviser and finance chairman.

Block's campaign says Bucci resigned a slot on rival Republican Allan Fung's campaign committee to make the change.

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Political Roundtable
4:00 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Bonus Q+A: Fung on Jobs, Tolls, Education, 38 Studios + More

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, a Republican candidate for governor, joins Bonus Q+A to talk about jobs; Sakonnet tolls, education, campaign finance, education, 38 Studios and much more.

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Political Roundtable
4:00 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Political Roundtable: Fung on Running for Governor, the ProJo, and the Minimum Wage

Credit Ian Donnis / RIPR

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss his GOP run for governor; the outlook for the Providence Journal; and whether raising the minimum wage would be good for people and the economy.

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3:04 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Sens. Reed, Whitehouse back Senate filibuster change

Both Rhode Island Democratic U.S. Senators supported Majority Leader Harry Reid’s  decision to change Senate rules to break Republican filibusters of President Obama’s nominees.

Sen. Jack Reed said he doesn’t see the change to get a majority rule threshhold for nominees as a victory for either Democrats or Republicans. Rather, Reed said, ``the goal is to get Congress working more effectively because the country deserves better.’’

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