Post Tagged with: "Gina Raimondo"

Amy Joy Glidden CoCordinator RI Transit Riders Joined The Coalition: We Talk Kennedy Square!

Am Amy Joy Glidden – RI Transit Riders Joined The Coalition Talk Radio! We “Talked”: Kennedy Square … That 35 Million Dollar Bond … RIPTer Marrying RIDOT? … Please Open The Damn Bathrooms? And Of Course:  Joseph Paolino, To Whom We Ask The Immortal Question … How Can We Miss[Read More…]

by August 11, 2020

Tina Pedersen & Congressman Langevin, Michael Matracia & Alyssa Gleason on the ADA 30th Anniversary

  A Very Special Evening … As Tina G Pedersen, President of RAMP:Real Access Motivates Progress. Celebrates & Commemorates The 30th Anniversary of the ADA America With Disabilities Act. Joining Tina: Alyssa Gleason: Rhode Island Governor’s Commission On Planning … Michael Matracia: Providence Policeman & The Honorable James Langevin: United[Read More…]

by August 9, 2020

Raimondo Announces Changes to the Long Term Care System; Investments to Create More Home-Based Care Options Amidst Spread of COVID-19 in Congregate Living Facilities

Governor Gina Raimondo announced a plan to expand home-based care options in Rhode Island as the state continues to grapple with the spread of COVID-19 in congregate living facilities. Before COVID-19, 61% of the state’s long-term care recipients lived in nursing facilities, which have struggled to contain the spread and[Read More…]

by July 1, 2020

Gov Raimondo Sets Limits To State Response To Heightening RI Municipal Pension Crisis

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, responding to The Coalition Radio’s Pat Ford, discusses the implications of the recently released 2020 Report of the Advisory Council for Locally Administered Pension Plans. With Municipal Pension Plans, in one case, exceeding 1 Billion Dollars in unfunded liabilities, (Calculation Pre Covid Market Disruptions) in[Read More…]

by June 28, 2020

Gov. Raimondo To Consider Real Estate Divestiture In Response To Covid 19 Crisis!

    At the conclusion of Wednesday’s Press Conference, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo responding to Coalition Radio’s Pat Ford, disclosed that she has directed Department of Administration Head Brett Smiley to “conduct a full survey of all of the State’s real estate”. Watch / Listen to the link below[Read More…]

by June 27, 2020

Tina Pedersen CEO & Founder-RAMP (Real Access Motivates Progress) Joined The Coalition!

Tina G Pedersen CEO, President & Founder of RAMP (Real Access Motivates Progress) Joined The Coalition Talk Radio on 6/17/20! We talked Access … to, well, everything! Schools & Business Access … Educational Programs at the Primary & Secondary Education … Resources for the Community … the Ramp Red Bag[Read More…]

by June 18, 2020

BREAKING! STATEMENT ON CURFEWS FROM RHODE ISLAND ACLU

Below is a statement from the ACLU of RI on the imposition of curfews this evening by the cities of Cranston, Providence and Warwick. We believe they are extraordinary, unnecessary, and, ironically, likely to lead to discriminatory enforcement by police.   “The imposition of blanket curfews within three cities in[Read More…]

by June 2, 2020

ACLU SUES PAWTUCKET SCHOOL OFFICIALS OVER UNLAWFUL ARREST OF 13-YEAR-OLD HONORS STUDENT

As conflict over race-based discriminatory police practices permeates the country, ACLU of RI cooperating attorneys Shannah Kurland and Lynette Labinger today filed suit in federal court over a Pawtucket School Resource Officer’s (SRO) gratuitous and unlawful handcuffing and arrest last year of Tre’sur Johnson, a 13-year-old African-American honors student at Goff Middle[Read More…]

by June 2, 2020

7 Organizations Call On Governor Raimondo To Repeal “Extremely Damaging” Executive Order Delaying Access To Public Records

Calling Governor Gina Raimondo’s two-and-a-half-month old executive order giving public bodies extra time to respond to open records requests “unwarranted and extremely damaging to the public interest,” seven media and open government organizations today called on her to immediately rescind the order.  The Access to Public Records Act gives public bodies[Read More…]

by May 28, 2020

Rhode Island ACLU Sues Over Frozen Unemployment Insurance Payments

ACLU of Rhode Island cooperating attorneys Ellen Saideman and Lynette Labinger today filed a class-action lawsuit challenging the state Department of Labor and Training’s (DLT) actions in summarily freezing weekly unemployment insurance benefit payments to hundreds of Rhode Islanders without any notice or explanation. The suit was filed three weeks after reports[Read More…]

by May 27, 2020