Little energy in R.I. Assembly to revive Ethics Commission powers

Where is the voter “outrage”? Without an “ethics commission” in RI State Government who is watching out for the best interests of the voters and tax payers? At a State House hearing last week on this year’s renewed push by Continue reading

NH Opinion: “Casinos a worse deal with each passing year”

Like the proverbial bad penny, a casino bill is once again in circulation in Concord. It has already passed the state Senate and had a hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee on Monday. This latest bill, which features Continue reading

Massachusetts AG presses for more casino regulations

“Allowing a state agency and a private developer to act in this manner erodes the public’s confidence in government,” he wrote in a Thursday letter. “Wynn has been allowed to proceed with its project seemingly unchecked, with little regard for Continue reading