Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

3 responses to “More than 21 House legislators back ‘Fair Shot Agenda’”

  1. Sally Jane Wilson

    Why must we wait until 2022 to get a $15 minimum wage? What exactly is the sick leave legislation, and how will it affect the dangerous new policy that Lifespan/RI Hospital suddenly shoved down the health care workers’ union throat? Is there some kind of safeguard in the school building repairs bill that keeps that money in PUBLIC schools, NOT quasi-private ‘charter’ schools that bleed the public schools dry? How about, instead of holding a press conference where you all pat yourselves on the back for being so civic-minded, how about showing a modicum of courage and voting AGAINST NM for speaker. I mean, damn, the guy has never even heard of white privilege!

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