September 30, 2022

Governor McKee not doing enough about homeless crisis, say advocates

As winter approaches, Rhode Island is in the midst of a homelessness crisis, and Governor McKee has...

September 22, 2022

Campaign donations may supply a clue as to why Providence seeks to approve sweetheart developer deals

As a country, we all recognize the toxic effects that money has on our politics, yet when...

Progressives hold ground in RI’s Democratic primary
September 15, 2022

Progressives hold ground in RI’s Democratic primary

There were no major advances made as there were four years ago, but progressive candidates made small...

September 12, 2022

RI Energy is increasing utility prices. Here’s what you can do

The PUC is scheduled to hear public comment, beginning at 9am on September 16 in Hearing Room...

September 9, 2022

Fine & Landekic: Dan McKee’s public health failure cost many lives

“Sometimes, leadership means making unpopular choices in the service of the common good. Some people may argue...

September 9, 2022

Candidates for governor tackle conservative economics at Chamber of Commerce Forum

The Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce held a gubernatorial forum on Thursday morning, focused primarily on pro-business...

September 3, 2022

Superman Can’t Save Us protest targets State’s use of taxpayer funds for luxury housing

“We are here to protest the proposed plans for the Superman Building,” said organizer and activist Terri...

September 2, 2022

Muñoz: WPRI should heed Governor McKee’s call for debate inclusion

“For Democracy and for the Democratic Party, I should be on the September 6th debate stage at...

August 11, 2022

Mayoral forum challenges candidates on health equity in Providence

“If you live in Smith Hill, your life expectancy is 6 years less than if you live...

August 3, 2022

Candidates for governor provide their take on senior and disability issues

As Rhode Island Statewide Planning projections indicate that people 65 and older will grow to over 1/4...

August 3, 2022

Candidates for governor grilled on enviro issues at climate forum

Candidates answered questions on climate change, solar power, transportation, environmental justice, lead poisoning, PFAS, and more in...

July 28, 2022

Candidates for governor receive open letter from 36 organizations challenging them to act on transportation policy

“Rhode Island’s next Governor will have the opportunity to address key quality of life issues, including affordability,...

July 19, 2022

Nellie Gorbea criticizes Governor McKee on reproductive rights at press conference

“We need leadership who is willing to use their power to protect the rights of women and...

July 6, 2022

Governor McKee signs executive order protecting Rhode Islanders who provide abortion from out-of-state legal liability

“The executive order I signed today ensures that Rhode Island will continue to stand up for reproductive...

June 30, 2022

More than a dozen groups call on Governor McKee to act for abortion access

Groups from across the state are coming together to push the governor to do all he can...