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Environmental council releases legislative report card
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. A dozen state lawmakers have been recognized for their support for legislation protecting the environment.

The Environmental Council of Rhode Island announced its green report card. The council also gave the General Assembly an overall B-rating for its work over the past two years.

Those honored include Senate Majority Leader Teresa Paiva Weed, Senator David Bates, Senator Michael Lenihan, Senator Elizabeth Roberts and Senator Susan Sosnowski.

In the House, Majority Leader Gordon Fox, Edith Ajello, Raymond Gallison Junior, Peter Ginaitt, Arthur Handy, Joseph McNamara and Paul Moura were recognized.
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