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Making History at the Highest Levels Of Rhode Island State Government

Making History at the Highest Levels Of Rhode Island State Government Elizabeth H. Roberts made history in the State of Rhode Island on January 2, 2007, when she was inaugurated as the States' 68th Lieutenant Governor. Lt. Governor Roberts is no stranger to the RI State House, as she served five terms in the Rhode Island State Senate, were Roberts gained recognition for being an advocate for affordable healthcare, economic development, job growth, cleaner air and water, stronger schools and the need to increase attention to the States' disaster preparedness. Lt. Governor Roberts was in fact recognized by Common Cause, Rhode Island a well known and respected reform organization, as one of the top two senators in Rhode Island in 2006, giving her the second highest rating in the General Assembly at 91% and an "A" for her reform efforts during the legislative session. The Office of Lt. Governor has certain duties by Statute hence: Roberts will serve as the chairwoman of the Long Term Care Coordinating Council, the Small Business Advocacy Council, and the Emergency Management Advisory Council. As chairperson of the Small Business Advocacy Council, Roberts will continue her work on addressing the issues facing small businesses across the state. Roberts has been a uniting force in making insurance more affordable for small [Full Story...]
















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Making History at the Highest Levels Of Rhode Island State Government
Making History at the Highest Levels Of Rhode Island State Government Elizabeth H. Roberts made history in the State of Rhode Island on January 2, 2007, when she was inaugurated as the States' 68th Lieutenant Governor. Lt. Governor Roberts is no stranger to the RI State House, as she served five terms in the Rhode Island State Senate, were Roberts gained recognition for being an advocate for affordable healthcare, economic development, job growth, cleaner air and water, stronger schools and the need to increase attention to [Full Story...]










Sunday, 02/18/2007
Volume No.: 21
Issue: 5