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Earned Sick Days Legislation Passes!

The Rhode Island General Assembly passed the Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act that will benefit more than 100,000 employees in the state as well as protecting all workers from retaliation for taking time off to care for themselves or a loved one. “After tremendous effort by countless » read more

General Assembly passes our renewable energy bill!

Both the House and the Senate approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Aaron Regunberg to significantly increase local renewable energy generation in Rhode Island by expanding the state’s remote net metering program to allow nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, hospitals and houses of worship to participate. Net metering is a mechanism » read more


Yesterday was tough. The news that Donald Trump plans to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement - a critical international attempt to stop catastrophic global warming - was a punch in the gut. But we can't despair. We've just got to work harder. Trump might not » read more

Earned Sick Time

Sarah is a fitness instructor from Pawtucket. She's got two children - two and five years old - and they're both sick with the flu. Sarah has to stay home to care for her kids. That means her family is losing income, and they're concerned - even a few days' » read more

Rhode Island dollars for Trump's border wall? No way.

Rep. Aaron Regunberg has introduced legislation to prohibit the state of Rhode Island from investing in companies that contract with the federal government to build President Trump’s proposed border wall. “This is about our values as a state. Rhode Island was founded by immigrants, and at every point in » read more

Statement on Trump's Hateful Immigration Orders

I am proud to stand with so many fellow Rhode Islanders as we raise our voices against the un-American bigotry put forward by Donald Trump on Friday. Today we are sending a message that this neo-Nazi authored rot has no place in our country and no place in the lively » read more