The $13.6B "increasingly opaque" RI State Budget was a statement of values and priorities -- where the special interests won over RI's struggling taxpayers. House GOP attempted to address some of the budget's shortcomings, but all 11 amendments were shot down. Here are a few government priorities where a budget surplus of $877M and a federal influx of $1.8B in ARPA funds were not deemed important enough to consider.
FY 23 Budget Amendments:
Michael Chippendale, Blake A. Filippi, Representative Brian C. Newberry, David J Place, George Nardone, Robert Quattrocchi, Justin Price, Sherry Roberts
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