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Cubans: Republican victory would hurt U.S. relations

HAVANA - In the seaside neighborhood of Vedado in Cuba's capital city of Havana, a tall, heavily-guarded office building houses the United States Interests Section. Officially part of the Swiss embassy, the U.S. Interests Section takes the place of what would be the American embassy if the country had ...

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Bill would allow wine, beer at farmer's markets

New legislation in the Rhode Island House of Representatives may allow local wineries and breweries to sell their products at farmer's   markets in Rhode Island. Currently, these companies are required to go through a distributor in order to sell wine and beer at the markets. 

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R.I. General Assembly redraws voting lines

The Rhode Island General Assembly approved a bill last night that would redraw the boundaries of the voting districts for elections to Congress and the General Assembly following an estimated 4,000-person population increase in the state over the past decade. Redistricting happens every ten years to ...

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For-profit college seeks R.I. campus

Neumont University, a for-profit college that specializes in computer science, is looking to build a campus in Providence. Since Rhode Island currently does not allow for-profit institutions to grant bachelors or masters degrees, the college would require exemption from state law.

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