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Raimondo, Fung, Brown Release Tax Returns

Morgan and Feroce have filed for an extension.

April 23, 2018, 10:31 a.m.

Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) “and her husband, Andrew Moffit, paid $114,097 in federal taxes on their adjusted gross income of $432,827 in 2017, $21,245 in Rhode Island income taxes and $2,190 in non-resident taxes to Massachusetts, where Moffit is a “senior solutions leader” for an arm of the management consulting firm McKinsey, which provides clients with coaching on ‘leadership development opportunities.’”

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung (R) “and his wife, Barbara Ann Fenton, paid $11,288 in federal taxes on their $118,084 AGI and $2,963 to Rhode Island and $1,156 in taxes to Massachusetts where Cranston’s first lady earned $26,722 making in-home visits as a physical therapist. Fung makes $80,000 as mayor of Rhode Island’s third-largest city.”

Former Secretary of State Matt Brown (D) "and his wife, Marisa, paid $97,248 in federal taxes and $21,632 to the state on their $399,826 AGI. He is a consultant to Global Zero, a group seeking to eliminate nuclear weapons, which he co-founded. She has been a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts, and assistant director of programs at Brown University’s John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage.”

Former Republican state Rep. Joseph Trillo (I) said, “No, I am not going to disclose my tax returns because I don’t think it is anybody’s business.”

State House Minor­ity Lead­er Patricia Morgan (R) and former state Sen. Giovanni Feroce (R) have filed for an extension. (Providence Journal)

STARBUCKS. Trillo criticized Starbucks' decision to close stores nationwide on May 29 so employees can undergo racial-bias education. In a statement, Trillo called out Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson specifically, saying he is pandering "to far-left Progressive insanity.” (Providence Journal)

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