On State of the State: Getting RI Involved and on Track

On the latest State of the State with John Carlevale, I discussed Rhode Island’s civic scene and how residents can begin to get involved and sort through the system along with Lisa Blais, of Ocean State Tea Party in Action, and Marina Peterson, of East Bay Patriots. Of particular note, related to my habitual role as contrarian, are the discussions of whether we should want elected officials to “work together” and the relative merits of offering comprehensive solutions versus simply increasing economic freedom.
 

7-26-2012 What’s a Citizen to Do to Become Involved? from John Carlevale on Vimeo.

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Phil
Phil
9 years ago

Good work Justin. It’s got to better than pounding nails in this hot summer.

helen
helen
9 years ago

This is very good,oh so very good! Thank you Justin.
I especially liked when you suggested that all the business regulations be suspended for a year and after that people could come back and make their case for any particular one. That was great.

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