poll: Should Gordon Fox Resign as Speaker of the Rhode Island House?
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Should Gordon Fox Resign as Speaker of the Rhode Island House?
The U.S. Attorney's Office told GoLocal that the raids were part of an "ongoing law enforcement matter."
Fox, who has served as Speaker since 2010, has been called on to step down by a range of elected officials including State Representative John Lombardi and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung.
It is your turn - should the most powerful elected Rhode Island official resign for the best of the State?
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