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Boston rallies to free Siham Byah from ICE detention

The movement to #FreeSiham is heating up. Well over 100 people crowded onto the lawn outside the John F Kennedy Federal Building in Boston, Massachusetts to...

Burnside Park Health Fair – Saturday, November 11, 9am-1pm

On Saturday, November 11 from 9am to 1pm at Burnside Park in Downtown Providence, students from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University,...

ICE detaining single mother and political activist Siham Byah, rally planned in Boston

United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has taken political activist Siham Byah into custody. Byah is a 40-year old single mother, her son...

Invenergy failed to disclose its pro-power plant astroturfing

“…Invenergy has repeatedly failed to disclose essential information in this docket,” writes the attorneys representing the Town of Burrillville before the Energy Facilities Siting...

Are mass shootings preventable in Rhode Island?

Gang violence and active shooter situations are two very different problems. In Providence on Tuesday afternoon, at Mayor Jorge Elorza’s Advisory Council to Reduce...

Magaziner leads young elected Democrats in letter against GOP tax bill

Noting that the Millennial generation constitutes more than one quarter of our nation's population, Rhode Island State Treasurer Seth Magaziner and 15 young elected...

Mark Tracy announces candidacy for House District 4

"This isn’t a typical press release and that’s a good thing," said Mark Tracy in his announcement to run for Rhode Island House District...

Speaker Mattiello wants to put the brakes on ‘excessive’ vehicle inspection late fees

Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello is asking Governor Gina Raimondo to put the brakes on a Division of Motor Vehicles plan of charging...

CLF’s Jerry Elmer: Invenergy has a disclosure problem

"Invenergy has a disclosure problem," says Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) Senior Attorney Jerry Elmer, and the company's recent filing with the Energy Facilities Siting...

Raimondo orders review of National Grid’s storm preparedness

"Rhode Islanders should expect the lights to come on when the switch is flipped. National Grid owes Rhode Island families and businesses a swift...