Poverty in Rhode Island
Rhode Island’s poverty rate remained unchanged in 2014 at 14.3 percent. Poverty remained high in the Ocean State as the slow rate of economic recovery continued to take a toll on Rhode Island families.
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RHODE ISLAND HEALTH COVERAGE PROJECT
A joint initiative of EPI and RI KIDS COUNT, the project gives consumers a voice in the state's implementation of federal health care reform.
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workforce development system that meets the needs of employers and
workers, especially those with low skills.
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