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Election 2016 has begun, and I am proud of my record of listening and representing you. That is why I voted against the Rhodeworks tolling plan advocated by the leaders of General Assembly and have been fighting since 2010 to return Ethics Commission oversight over members of the General Assembly. Because of my persistence and your continued support, voters this November will finally get to vote to do so by approving a state constitutional amendment. Eliminating the master lever from our ballot, lowering the top rate of the state personal income tax and excluding a portion of social security and veteran’s pension benefits from state income taxation are just some of the measures and issues that I supported and helped pass. While the General Assembly has been shaken with scandal and questionable conduct, I am proud of my unblemished record of honest an ethical service, and hope that you are too! That is why I am asking for your continued support as your state representative. There is plenty of work to do, and I look forward to representing you and the interests of Scituate and Cranston.
Rep. Marcello receives NFIB award, named ‘Friend of Small Business’
STATE HOUSE – Rep. Michael J. Marcello (D-Dist. 41, Scituate, Cranston) was recently named by the Rhode Island chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) as a ‘Friend of Small Business’ for his commitment to the needs of Rhode Island’s small businesses during the 2015-2016 legislative session. [cont’d]