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City tax hike now in hands of General Assembly

April 3, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Now that the City Council has approved sending out a supplemental tax bill, the focus shifts to the General Assembly, which must grant the proposal its blessing before the measure becomes law.
Legislative actions taken in support of locally driven initiatives are known as enabling bills and are often considered ministerial functions of the General Assembly.
But the controversial supplemental tax bill might not be a slam dunk.
“I would think it would be open for debate,” said Larry Berman, a spokesman for House Speaker Gordon Fox.

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