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November 1, 2014
Political Roundtable
Political Roundtable
Political Roundtable: The new ed board & pension overhaul By IAN DONNIS
A change in plans for the new state Board of Education, and what's next for Cumberland Mayor Daniel McKee. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable with WPRI digital reporter Ted Nesi and University of Rhode Island political science professor Maureen Moakley and host, Rhode Island Public Radio political reporter Ian Donnis.
Political Roundtable: there will be a revived discussion on gun control By IAN DONNIS
The political aftermath of the Newtown school shooting, and John Robitaille takes himself out of the Republican field for governor in 2014. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable. With special guest Donna Perry of the RI Statewide Coalition.
Political Roundtable: history making Central Falls mayoral election By IAN DONNIS
James Diossa makes history in Central Falls, and out of state funding for the pro-pension overhaul group Engage Rhode Island. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable. With host Rhode Island Public Radio political reporter Ian Donnis, Rhode Island public radio political analyst Scott Mackay, and University of Rhode Island political science professor Maureen Moakley.
Political Roundtable: RI needs to pay attention to budget deficit By IAN DONNIS
The state budget, the mayoral race in Central Falls, legalizing marijuana, the tree lighting controversy, and URI president David Dooley. That's part of the discussion this week on the Political Roundtable.
Politics for which they are thankful By IAN DONNIS
The stories we were thankful for in 2012. And the top turkeys of the year in politics. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable.
What's ahead for RI Republicans By IAN DONNIS
What's next for the Rhode Island Republican Party, and the perks enjoyed by legislative leaders That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable with guest former congressional candidate John Loughlin.
Why Cicilline won by a larger margin that predicted By IAN DONNIS
David Cicilline's larger than expected victory, and more setbacks for the Rhode Island Republican Party. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable.