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The Rhode Island League of Cities and Towns represents 39 distinctive communities bringing their collective interests together to form a powerful alliance. The League works to advocate for local control on behalf of its members. In so doing, all legislation proposed by the General Assembly is analyzed by League staff to determine any financial, personnel, regulatory authority, or local government administrative impact. On average, the League reviews nearly five thousand pieces of legislation during each session. When a bill is determined to impact municipalities, it is tracked throughout the legislative session.
League staffers work to explain local impact to bill sponsors either in support or opposition to the proposed legislation. The
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