Rhode Island General Laws Title 22. General Assembly

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  • Chapter 1. Composition of Senate
  • Chapter 2. Composition of House of Representatives
  • Chapter 3. Organization of General Assembly
  • Chapter 4. Exemptions and Liabilities of Members
  • Chapter 5. The Grand Committee
  • Chapter 6. Committees and Staff
  • Chapter 7. Joint Committee on Accounts and Claims
  • Chapter 7.1. Permanent Joint Committee on Water Resources
  • Chapter 7.2. Permanent Joint Committee on Highway Safety
  • Chapter 7.3. Permanent Joint Committee on Environment and Energy
  • Chapter 7.4. Permanent Joint Committee on Naming All New Buildings, Bridges, Edifices and Other State Constructions
  • Chapter 7.6. Permanent Joint Committee on Small Business
  • Chapter 7.8. Permanent Joint Committee on Veterans' Affairs
  • Chapter 7.9. Permanent Joint Committee on Economic Development
  • Chapter 7.10. Permanent Joint Committee on Energy
  • Chapter 8. Legislative Council
  • Chapter 9. Petitions to General Assembly
  • Chapter 11. Joint Committee on Legislative Services
  • Chapter 12. Fiscal Notes
  • Chapter 12.1. Actuarial Cost
  • Chapter 13. Auditor General
  • Chapter 14. Legislative Oversight Commission
  • Chapter 14.1. Legislative Oversight Commission for Consulting Contracts
  • Chapter 14.2. Permanent Joint Committee on State Lottery
  • Chapter 18. Commission on Fire Safety Issues
  • Chapter 19. Commission on Youth

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