in their own words
"For the sake of taxpayers and consumers across America’s smallest state, Rhode Island must pursue a competitive, market-based bidding process. Rhode Islanders are all too used to these shady backdoor deals forged under less-than-transparent conditions. But if state leadership embraces competitive bidding, taxes could be lowered and more money could be freed up for pressing public priorities. Rhode Island can, and must, do right by its residents".
~Ross Marchand is the director of policy for the Taxpayers Protection Alliance.
Join us in telling your government representatives to reject this bad gaming contract.
The Rhode Island House of Representatives Minority Caucus (Republican) is comprised of the following elected members representing constituents who live in the following districts throughout the Ocean State: Minority Leader, Blake Filippi, District 36 (Charlestown, South Kingstown, Westerly, New Shoreham); Minority Whip, Michael Chippendale, District 40 (Foster, Glocester, Coventry); Representative John Lyle, Jr., District 46 (Lincoln, Pawtucket); Representative George Nardone, District 28 (Coventry); Representative Brian Newberry, District 48 (North Smithfield, Burrillville); Representative David Place, District 47 (Burrillville, Glocester); Senior Deputy Minority Leader Justin Price, District 39 (Exeter, Hopkinton, Richmond); Deputy Minority Leader Robert Quattrocchi, District 41 (Scituate, Cranston); Deputy Whip Sherry Roberts, District 29 (Coventry, West Greenwich). For more RI House GOP Caucus info visit www.rihousegop.org
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