The Bartholomewtown Podcast

Sam Bell (RI State Senator [D, Providence])

July 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 116
The Bartholomewtown Podcast
Sam Bell (RI State Senator [D, Providence])
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The Bartholomewtown Podcast
Sam Bell (RI State Senator [D, Providence])
Jul 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 116
Bill Bartholomew / Sam Bell
Sam Bell (D, Providence) is a freshman Rhode Island state Senator, known for his tenure as the former head of the Rhode Island progressive Democrats, and currently in the state legislature, as a strong opposition voice to many of the seemingly institutionalist practices of the state’s political infrastructure. During his appearance on The Bartholomewtown Podcast, Senator Bell made waves when he suggested that, due to what he perceives as an extreme conservative bias, that Rhode Islanders would be better off without the current media companies that produce news and opinion in the market, and that because of what he describes as a lack of progressive opinion voices on radio, in print and on television, that he would not be disappointed to see the current media landscape fold.
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Sam Bell (D, Providence) is a freshman Rhode Island state Senator, known for his tenure as the former head of the Rhode Island progressive Democrats, and currently in the state legislature, as a strong opposition voice to many of the seemingly institutionalist practices of the state’s political infrastructure.  


During his appearance on The Bartholomewtown Podcast, Senator Bell made waves when he suggested that, due to what he perceives as an extreme conservative bias, that Rhode Islanders would be better off without the current media companies that produce news and opinion in the market, and that because of what he describes as a lack of progressive opinion voices on radio, in print and on television, that he would not be disappointed to see the current media landscape fold.



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