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“I could have gone to a lot of other people if I was (sic) going to buy influence”, John Battista of the Cranston-based OP Pharma LLC joked. “This is Rhode Island”. This was … more
Poli-ticksBy Arlene VioletProtect the First AmendmentLet’s get this out of the way: Bishop Thomas Tobin, as a United States citizen with the same constitutional rights as anyone else, has the … more
Welcome to Westport Health Notes, a new monthly column from the Westport Board of Health (BOH). The goal is to share information with our community about local issues and projects, public health … more
On May 21 the Ethics Commission issued an informal resolution and settlement by imposing a civil fine of $250 on Lieutenant Governor Daniel McKee. The fine itself was a slap on the wrist. The Lt. … more
The cavalier attitude wherein Rhode Island politicians work for themselves by insuring their reelection through special interest legislation is much in evidence this session. You already know that … more
Earlier this month a debate ensued around the issue of school lunches. Initially, the City of Warwick school committee decided to provide only sunbutter and jelly sandwiches to children whose parents … more
So few educational systems teach the Classics nowadays that it is somewhat daunting to quote Virgil’s Aenid, Book 2, 19 B.C. lest people misunderstand: “Do not trust the Horse, Trojans. … more
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