September 17, 2012

Things We Read Today (12), Monday

Justin Katz

Chafee shows his bond cards, Chicago exposes a metric discord, Rhode Island misses the skills-gap/business-cost lesson, QE3 misses the inflation nebula, and college majors miss the mark.

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Another factoid, re: unions and doing business in RI. I attended a large industrial auction in Providence this morning. What struck me as unusual was that there were 3 policemen on "detail" there. I attend a lot of these auctions (rarely in the City of Providence) and have never seen a police detail before. I assume this wasnot a matter of choice. So, $135 - 180 was added to the hourly cost of the auction, about 16 hours.

Posted by: Warrington Faust at September 19, 2012 12:45 PM
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