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Providence, RI - The Rhode Island House Minority Office mourns the loss of David W. Dumas. David proudly served as a Rhode Island Representative from District 43 between 1983 and 1992. He was elected and served as House Minority Leader from 1990 to 1992. Most recently, he served as a legal counsel to the General Assembly. David is remembered fondly by his colleagues for his love of liberty, Rhode Island, and service to his constituents. He will be missed by the many whose lives he touched.
Providence, RI - On October 26th, the Providence Journal reported that Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea has been delaying the release of RI voter database information. In an apparently unilateral move, the Secretary of State’s office has decided to depart from the long standing practice of including voters’ full dates of birth in the voter information files. The Secretary instead proposes supplying only voters’ birth years.
Providence, RI - The House Minority Caucus is proud to welcome David Place, Jack Lyle, and George Nardone to the State House. All three members each offer a unique skillset and the caucus is excited to continue working for the people of Rhode Island.
Providence, RI - Representative Elect Jack Lyle (R-Dist. 46, Lincoln, Pawtucket) has sent a formal letter to Attorney General Elect Peter Neronha asking that one of his first duties as Rhode Island’s Attorney General be opening a commission to investigate essential facts surrounding the infamous 38 Studios blunder.
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Providence, RI - House Republicans voted Wednesday to elevate Rep. Blake Filippi (District 36) to the position of Minority Leader. Filippi, who previously served as Minority Whip, has distinguished himself as an ardent defender of individual liberties, government reform, and the small business community in Rhode Island.
About Rhode Island House Republicans
Rhode Island has a rich history dating back to 1636. Here in the House Republican Caucus, we seek to build upon that history and promote a stronger Rhode Island. We wish to foster a lower tax environment, reinvigorate the economy, and create new jobs.