Martineau pleads guilty to public corruption charges

PROVIDENCE – Former House Majority Leader Gerard M. Martineau today pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges in U.S. District Court, Providence. The former state legislator from Woonsocket admitted he arranged personal business dealings with a pharmacy company and a health insurer, then used his position to affect the fate of General Assembly legislation in which…

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