State of Rhode Island Archives: on Technology

Gina Raimondo: Sustainable funds for RIPTA; revolving funds for roads

Rhode Island spends more on its roads and bridges per lane mile than almost any other state, yet we are consistently ranked among the worst in the country. 70% of Rhode Island roads are in poor or mediocre condition. Rebuilding Rhode Island's roads and bridges will put people to work in the short term, while ensuring that we have the infrastructure we need to be competitive for years to come. As governor, Gina will:
Source: 2014 R.I. Gubernatorial campaign website, Nov 4, 2014

Sheldon Whitehouse: Create new infrastructure to renew economy

Hinckley favors cutting the business tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent. Senator Whitehouse blamed the Bush administration for the economic situation that Rhode Islanders face. He favored innovation, manufacturing and creating new infrastructure as key ways to renew Rhode Island's economic landscape. The senator vowed if he was re-elected, Rhode Island's unemployment rate could drop to around six percent at the end of his second term.
Source: on 2012 R.I. Senate debate Oct 23, 2012

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