Providence, RI — In a brief and vague letter, the State Labor Relations Board (SLRB) dismissed a request by the Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity to await the landmark precedent that the U.S. Supreme Court will likely set in early 2014 about whether or not independent home care providers can be classified as a kind of public […]
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By Mike Stenhouse – as appeared in Providence Journal June 28th, 2013 ‘Every vote should count.” That was the mantra that echoed through the chambers of the Rhode Island General Assembly this month as our legislators debated, then passed, the National Popular Vote bill, which would change the way states elect the president of the […]
Providence, RI — The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity announced today that its online journalism and commentary wing, The Ocean State Current, will be merging the content of Anchor Rising into a single location on The Current’s existing website and URL. The co-branded joint venture, launched today at OceanStateCurrent.com, will now also feature content […]
Win-Win Policy Recommendations to keep families at home in RI! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 23, 2013 After statewide political leaders failed to put forward any bold new policy reforms to grow the Ocean State’s struggling economy, the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity published today its Legislative Solutions for 2013, a set of seven […]
Press Release Public vs Private Sector Compensation in RI High-Pay Government Workers Supported by Low-Pay Private Workers FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 28, 2012 Government workers in the Ocean State collect significantly higher compensation than their private sector counterparts – across the board – according to data recently compiled as part of national study for the […]