Abolishing §17-1-2(9) and anything like it in RI law is necessary to ensure the success of any other changes to the political landscape.
If nothing else, Sleep Out RI highlighted that homelessness is a policy decision that RI’s leaders need to answer for.
Which politicians get to be redeemed from their past position, by who, and based on what record of accomplishment?
We should be so lucky if AFSCME’s COVID retention bonuses lead to similar bonuses in the private sector.
One Wikipedian’s design decision has influenced RI flag design for over a decade.
There’s a serious constitutional hurdle in Rhode Island to majority vote systems like instant-runoff voting and top-two nonpartisan primaries.
A high-turnout special offers some lessons about elections in RI.
A five-way race with a set of strong candidates means that anyone could win, but will a base matter more than money?
A progressive cold war goes hot as the Cooperative plays its hand strategically for itself and not for the state’s progressives.
The race is on to unseat McKee, but right now, it’s all about managing perceptions.