Passage of the bill would make Rhode Island the first state to enact such a ban. Until now, declawing bans have only occurred on local and municipal levelsRead More
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If Rhode Island truly wants to address climate change and be a national leader on the issue, as Gov. Gina Raimondo often proclaims, we need to stop expanding fossil-fuel infrastructure of any kind.Read More
The government’s environmental successes are largely accomplished by voters. Lawmakers and their appointed bureaucrats then use the passing of green bonds to say, “See what we are doing to protect the environment.”Read More
While our public transit system still provides some basic mobility for the poor and disabled, it’s doing next to nothing to help attract employers, fight climate change, lessen congestion, revive the core cities, and reduce the outflow of our energy dollars.Read More
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will be hosting a public meeting in Providence, as well as many other places around the country, to give us a dog and pony show on how good it is to drill for oil through the outer continental shelf.Read More
Uncleared bus stops send an implicit message to bus riders that they don’t matter, and they certainly don’t matter as much as those driving the cars, for whom the streets are plowed right away.Read More