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PROVIDENCE – This week, the R.I. General Assembly will begin hearing testimony on a comprehensive legislative package of three bills – one to build green affordable housing, a second to … more
PROVIDENCE – At a time when public education is under siege from the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic – and from corporate desires to turn public education into a commodity, … more
PROVIDENCE – When Dr. Elizabeth Goldberg, MD, an emergency medicine physician, sent in her op-ed to ConvergenceRI, it was the beginning of a conversation – one, like many conversations … more
PROVIDENCE – It has often been hard to find the sunny side of the city street to walk down during the last year, with 2,541 Rhode Island residents having died from COVID-19 and another 128,121 … more
PROVIDENCE – He was only six, but he’d already stayed overnight at the hospital more times than most adults. This time he was tripoding, leaning forward on both arms and positioning … more
Editor’s Note: Each time a new public health disaster strikes, we become both witnesses and victims in the failure to invest in our public infrastructure. What follows is a policy issue brief … more
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