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Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Ciccone’s legislation providing consumer protection for eye care services signed into law
President Ruggerio and Rep. O’Brien’s legislation to hold owners of abused animals responsible signed into law
Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Archambault’s legislation that lets disabled and military voters use electronically transmitted ballots signed into law
Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Ciccone’s legislation preventing problem gamblers on self-exclusion list from collecting winnings signed into law
Assembly approves President Ruggerio and Rep. O’Brien’s bill to hold owners of abused animals responsible
General Assembly passes Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Ciccone’s legislation providing consumer protection for eye care services
Assembly approves Rep. O’Brien’s legislation that amends the ‘Right to Read Act’
Assembly passes Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Archambault’s legislation that lets disabled and military voters use electronically transmitted ballots
Assembly passes Rep. O’Brien and Sen. Ciccone’s legislation preventing problem gamblers on self-exclusion list from collecting winnings
House passes Rep. O’Brien’s bill providing consumer protection for eye care services
House passes Rep. O’Brien’s bill preventing problem gamblers on self-exclusion list from collecting winnings
Rep. O’Brien urges passage of bill that extends school resource officer reimbursement program
Rep. O’Brien introduces bill addressing special education costs
Rep. O’Brien supports proposal to fully eliminate the car tax this year
Reps. Amore, O’Brien and Solomon express their concerns about new proposed high school graduation requirements
Rep. O’Brien thankful that arts education will remain in high school graduation requirements
Rep. O’Brien introduces bill to increase the income tax modification for pension and annuity income
Rep. O’Brien introduces several animal protection bills
Rep. O’Brien introduces bill that amends the ‘Right to Read Act’
Rep. O’Brien reintroduces bill to repeal social gaming ban
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