Rhode Island Must Address ‘Forever Chemicals’

They are PFAS — per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — a huge group of toxic chemicals that are used in thousands of consumer products, and they are now also in our water and the blood of nearly every American.

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Eliminating Auto Property Tax ‘Bad Environmental Policy’

With the first $5,000 of a car's value already exempt from property taxes, the remaining car tax is one of the few taxes on wealth. Eliminating it would shift the tax burden from those with many vehicles and/or expensive luxury cars to those with older, fewer, or no vehicles at all.

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Polluters Have No Home in Providence

Providence’s “working waterfront” is the ugliest, dirtiest scene in the state of Rhode Island. These environmental crimes are made worse by the close proximity to vulnerable communities.

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