PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island League of Cities and Towns announced state legislative priorities for 2019 that include debating open-ended contracts and binding arbitration for municipal workers and teachers, marijuana legalization, and state and education aid. The league said it opposes contract continuation but supports binding arbitration reforms for municipal workers. But it opposes expansion…
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