Gov. Lincoln Chafee ’75 P’14 signed the historic legislation at a State House ceremony yesterday.
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The final vote in favor of same-sex marriage was met with both elation and disappointment.
Reduced bus traffic will open up space for an additional park area and marketplace.
The speakers emphasized the importance of Latino politicians representing diverse local populations.
The projects aim to eradicate Hepatitis C and bring design tools and programs to students.
The legislation will likely be signed into law within the next few weeks and would take effect Aug. 1.
All five of Rhode Island’s Republican senators announced they will vote in favor of the legislation.
Moving power lines underground could increase property values by India Point Park.
The R.I. Senate Judiciary Committee’s decision will determine whether the bill goes to a Senate vote.
R.I. Works is intended to help single parents who are attempting to acquire new job skills.