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Red flag bill, bump stocks ban now law

Red flag bill, bump stocks ban now law

Governor signs bills passed by General Assembly yesterday STATE HOUSE – Following passage by the General Assembly yesterday, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo today signed into law two bills to prevent gun violence and mass shootings: “red flag” legislation that allows courts to disarm individuals who are believed by law enforcement to represent a violent threat […]

Stephen Hopkins Center for Civil Rights Releases Data Brief Responding to Testimony of Office of Attorney General Kilmartin

Stephen Hopkins Center for Civil Rights Releases Data Brief Responding to Testimony of Office of Attorney General Kilmartin

Report of General Treasurer Showing Average forfeiture of only $1,524.00 Contradicts Rhode Island Attorney General’s Testimony Opposing Asset Forfeiture Reform Legislation     Providence – Giovanni D. Cicione, Esq., Chairman of the Stephen Hopkins Center for Civil Rights, a non-profit legal advocacy group, today released a data brief which has been transmitted to the House […]

Reed Announces $300,000 for Small Business Research & Development Grants

Reed Announces $300,000 for Small Business Research & Development Grants

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Jack Reed today announced that two Rhode Island small businesses have won federal grants to help accelerate clean energy breakthroughs. Aquanis, Inc. of East Greenwich, and Prisere LLC, of Warwick, will each receive nearly $150,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR).  The SBIR program […]

Raimondo, DEM, Partners Announce Over $210,000 In Grants To Local Food Businesses

Raimondo, DEM, Partners Announce Over $210,000 In Grants To Local Food Businesses

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM), along with its partners, today awarded over $210,000 to 21 local food businesses as part of its annual Agriculture “Ag” Day celebration at the State House. The awards, funded under the Local Agriculture & Seafood Act (LASA) grant program, help new and existing small businesses […]

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