By Rodrigo Pimentel on May 9, 2016
Undocumented labor, faith and the student community called on parishioners of the parish and Speaker Mattiello to recognize the need for limited licenses for the undocumented community, and the need for the General Assembly to pass H7610.
By Mark Binder on September 15, 2014
I didn’t vote for him. Chances are you didn’t either. He ran unopposed in his district (won with 1,145 votes). He wasn’t elected to be Speaker of the House by the people. He was elected by a frightened RI House of Representatives. You know who I’m talking about. Nicholas Mattiello is the Speaker of the Rhode […]
By Alex Moore on June 1, 2014
The third candidate for Treasurer, Ernest Almonte, never replied back to me after repeated attempts of reaching out to him. I therefore can’t say what his position is about standing up to the ratings agencies and their deceptive ratings practices. During his campaign, Almonte has been critical of exploring all options before making a decision on […]
By Tom Sgouros on April 2, 2014
Any realistic account of what happened last week when Representative Nick Mattiello became Speaker of the House has to account for the actions of our state’s media. Our state’s political press played an essential part of making Mattiello Speaker. The reporters will complain this is unfair, but let’s look at the time line. On Friday, […]