By Steve Ahlquist on March 13, 2017
“But I was…” said Molly Henry.
“No. You cannot speak,” insisted Providence City Councilor Terrence Hassett, “It’s the rule of the chamber.”
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By Steve Ahlquist on March 12, 2017
The answers were illuminating as legislators were grilled on the Community Safety Act, fossil fuel divestment, reproductive rights, the 6/10 Connector, immigration, the John Hope Settlement House and more at the West Broadway Neighborhood Association meeting last week.
Posted in Climate, Criminal Justice, Energy, Featured, Immigration, Providence, Social Services, Video | Tagged 6/10 connector, Ana Quezada, Anastasia Williams, Bryan Principe, Community Safety Act, CSA, Harold Metts, John Hope Settlement House, John Lombardi, Mary Kay Harris, Paul Jabour, The West Broadway Neighborhood Association, WBNA | 1 Response
By Steve Ahlquist on March 7, 2017
If Senator Paul Jabour and Representative John Lombardi are pro-choice, why did Rhode Island Right to Life endorse their re-election last year?
Posted in Civil Rights, Events, Featured, Health Care, Providence, Reproductive Rights, Rhode Island, State House, Video, Women | Tagged Anastasia Williams, Edie Ajello, gayle goldin, Harold Metts, John Lombardi, Paul Jabour, Reproductive Health Care Act of 2017, Rhode Island Right to Life, Roe. v. Wade, WBNA, West Broadway Neighborhood Association | 3 Responses