In the federal governments’ latest attempt to trample state’s rights and squash the will of Rhode Island voters, US Attorney Peter Neronha told Gov. Chafee that landlords who rent to medical marijuana dispensaries could risk having their property taken away.
I’m not saying foreign policy expertise is the most important qualification for a senate candidate, but Rhode Island deserves one that knows the difference between Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Rep. Maria Cimini, the House sponsor of a bill to return some tax equity to Rhode Island, gets a nice nod from Dan McGowan. She sure does deserve it.
Here’s hoping this trend continues.
It’s not just here in Rhode Island that ALEC is being exposed. It’s actually a nation-wide trend.