By Steve Ahlquist on May 5, 2016
“…You can’t simply just determine a tax at will and tax somebody… It’s not fair to leave you with the impression that this can be done when it can’t be done,” said Burrillville Town Manager Michael Wood.
Problem is, Wood is wrong.
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By Bob Plain on November 29, 2012
Let me be clear about something: just like every other reasonable Rhode Islander, it matters very little to me what the state calls its seasonal decorations. That is not at all why RI Future has dedicated so much space to this issue. We’re revisiting this topic so often because WPRO, one of the most influential […]
By Bob Plain on October 11, 2012
Just in case, after Mike Riley berated not only Jim Langevin during the WPRI debate but also the moderators several times too, you needed any additional evidence that this guy can’t get along with anyone he gave it to you on the Dan Yorke show yesterday. Riley actually had the audacity to berate Yorke this […]