Facts fuzzy on fund fees
Since Gina Raimondo took office, investment fees on the state's pension portfolio "have gone up from about $12 million annually to about $50 million."
It was 24.2 percent, but over 6 years
Says Lincoln Chafee "settled a union strike by giving the teachers a 19-percent-raise."
More like 1 in 6
"1 in 4 Rhode Islanders under the age of 65 does not have health insurance."
Caprio’s premise is a little shaky
“If every small business in our state, on average, was able to create one new job we would cut our unemployment rate in half.”
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