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State Treasurer Gina Raimondo said the pension changes put in place by the General Assembly have made the system more sustainable.
The current 3.4-percent interest rate on federal Stafford Student Loans will double on July 1 unless Congress acts.
With the Senate's approval, the bill now goes to Gov. Lincoln Chafee for his signature.
The Senate passed a bill by Sen. Leonidas P. Raptakis last week that will require individuals convicted of first- or second-degree murder and who have not been sentenced to life in prison to serve at least 50 percent of a sentence prior to being eligible
The state House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a vote on the controversial measure for 3 pm on Jan. 22.
The senator from Rhode Island spoke about tonight's debate, the Benghazi document release, and other issues following a senior citizens forum Monday in Smithfield.
This one-minute video shows you how to get a free identification card that you can use when voting in November.
A new law requires parental or medical permission for every other tanning visit by people under 18 years old — what do you think?
The Central Landfill in Johnston was the site of a ceremony to formally open the newly renovated Materials Recycling Facility on June 6.
With today's ceremonial opening of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation's renovated Material Recycling Facility, there's a new way to recycle in Rhode Island.
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