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 “CVS Drops Out of ALEC”

  1. Bill Monroe

    You don’t need to wait for the comment from Brien, here is what they told him to say:
    “………….this is yet another outrageous example of a multinational Fortune 500 corporation being victimized and bullied by the radical left wing.”

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  2. leftyrite

    Yes, and welcome to our forum on plain old mental health.

    ‘Cause, let’s face it; that’s what we’re really talking about.

    All of these totems: janitors, libor, cvs

    how much impact do we have on those goings -on, anyway?

    where are we spiritually?

    in short, how much energy is behind your ideas?

    look at new england

    walk cooly down shaker roads

    think about the sky

    nobody owns your

    access to the mythic.

    or to your belief in the republic that never was

    but always should be,


     William James.


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  3. Rhode Island is ALEC-free

    […] Joe Nocera said Woonsocket suffered from an ALEC mindset and in July CVS, based in Woonsocket, dropped its membership in ALEC, which at the time was the last corporate ALEC member in Rhode Island. Brien was was defeated in […]

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