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TERRI CORTVRIEND, STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 72, MIDDLETOWN AND PORTSMOUTH

TERRI CORTVRIEND ADVOCATES STRONGLY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, PUBLIC EDUCATION,
AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE, GROWING BUSINESSES, AND COMMON SENSE ECONOMIC POLICIES.

PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF TERRI CORTVRIEND. DONNA PERSONEUS, TREASURER. COPYRIGHT 2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
SITE DESIGN BY MELANIE DUPONT. SITE MANAGED BY FRIENDS OF TERRI CORTRIEND.

A good education should be a right for Rhode Island’s children.

And while our state has a checkered record of delivering on this responsibility, we firmly believe that Rhode Island has what it takes to identify the solutions we need. 

We joined the nearly 400 Rhode Islan...

December 21, 2019

Rep. Terri Cortvriend and Rep. June S. Speakman plan to introduce legislation in the upcoming legislative session to push the state to take action to protect drinking water from known toxins.

The Safe Drinking Water Act, which the two lawmakers also introduced last year...

November 22, 2019

By Laura Damon
Daily News staff writer

PORTSMOUTH — Most legislation takes years to pass, Sen. James Seveney, D-Portsmouth, told a group of Portsmouth High School students gathered at St. Barnabas Church earlier this month.

But “this will go somewhere,” Seveney told them...

You may have heard about the Charlestown, R.I., man who is suing the town of South Kingstown and one of its police officers over his arrest in June on a trespassing charge while he was collecting seaweed along a beach.

The charge was dismissed, but the act itself was, i...

You may have heard about the Charlestown man who is suing the town of South Kingstown and one of its police officers over his arrest in June on a trespassing charge while he was collecting seaweed along a beach.

The charge was dismissed, but the act itself was, in part,...

November 5, 2019

By Sean Flynn
Daily News staff writer

NEWPORT – Gov. Gina Raimondo kicked off on Tuesday a second major push for legislation to hold National Grid accountable in the wake of emergency outages like the natural gas crisis that left 7,455 customers without heat in Newport...

October 18, 2019

By Laura Damon
Daily News staff writer

The audit process “will begin by gathering the last five years of crash data. This will help identify any specific intersections or locations to focus on during the study.” [Daily News File Photo]

PORTSMOUTH — There were nearly 300...

May 13, 2019

By the Daily News Staff

Local robotics team AIR STRIKE 78, Aquidneck Island Robotics’ team for FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) competitions, finished fourth out of 68 teams in its division at the FIRST World Championship in Detroit on A...

March 20, 2019

The following press release is from the Aquidneck Island Planning Commission.

On Friday, March 15, Aquidneck Island Planning Commission hosted Aquidneck Island residents, business owners, elected officials, and others for an in-depth look at the state of housing on Aqui...

March 18, 2019

Update from your State Representative District 72

Terri Cortvriend 
Issue 4 / March 2019

News from the State House

Late January began with the Governor declaring a State of Emergency for the Gas Outage on Aquidneck Island.  Fortunately most of Middletown was spared and th...

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