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Bad science puts rich nations on the hook for trillions in climate liabilities
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Topic - Rosemary Booth Gallogly
The state of Rhode Island is working to determine how much it stands to lose in a $75 million loan guarantee deal for former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video gaming company after its bankruptcy filing this week.
Birth control pills are known to be nearly 100 percent effective when taken properly, but a recall of the drugs could send a shudder through women of childbearing age.
State Revenue Director Rosemary Booth Gallogly also said the state might consider refinancing the 38 Studios bonds to save money.
But it's Central Falls that is on the hook for that amount, Mrs. Gallogly said, under the receivership legislation approved by the General Assembly in 2010.