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Curt Schilling (center) is followed May 16, 2012, by reporters after he left the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp., where he briefed Gov. Lincoln Chafee and others about his video game firm's financial troubles. He's seeking state help. (Associated Press)

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Curt Schilling (center) is followed by reporters after he left the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp., where he briefed Gov. Lincoln Chafee and others about his video game firm's financial troubles. He's seeking state help. (Associated Press)

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Curt Schilling (center) is followed May 16, 2012, by reporters after he left the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp., where he briefed Gov. Lincoln Chafee and others about his video game firm's financial troubles. He's seeking state help. (Associated Press)

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Greenery referred to as a "holiday tree" by Gov. Lincoln Chafee is lit Tuesday in the statehouse in Providence, R.I. Mr. Chafee and Republican state Rep. Doreen Costa battled over whether to call the official spruce a "holiday" tree or a "Christmas" tree. (Associated Press)

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Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee defends his "Holiday Tree" declaration by saying it simply honors the state's origins as a sanctuary for religious diversity. "Use of the term 'holiday tree' is a continuation of past practice," he said. (Associated Press)

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Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee is an independent. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)

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Rhode Island Gov.-elect Lincoln Chafee is seen at the Blair House across from the White House in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, before President Barack Obama spoke to newly elected governors. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)