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Rep. Gregg Amore

East Providence Rep. Amore among those lawmakers noted by MADD for national award

East Providence Rep. Amore among those lawmakers noted by MADD for national award

PROVIDENCE — Mothers Against Drunk Driving has named 11 Rhode Island lawmakers, including a local legislator, among its national Legislators of the Year for their work in the passage of a new law allowing judges to require ignition interlocks for those convicted of drunken driving. The 11 locals include  Rep. Gregg Amore (D-Dist. 65, East


East Providence Representatives Amore, Kazarian take ‘fresh’ approach to legislature

PROVIDENCE — For East Providence legislators Katherine Kazarian and Gregg Amore, they truly took a “fresh” approach to governance as the first-time lawmakers waded their way through the waters of their inaugural session in the State House of Representatives earlier this year. Both Miss Kazarian, who represents District 63, and Mr. Amore, who represents District


East Providence pols Amore, Kazarian receive committee assignments

PROVIDENCE — First-term elected officials Rep. Gregg M. Amore (D – Dist. 65, East Providence) and Rep. Katherine S. Kazarian (D – Dist. 63, East Providence) found out their General Assembly House committee assignment Thursday, Jan. 10. Rep. Amore has been appointed to the House Committee on Municipal Government and the Committee on Health, Education


Amore acknowledges East Providence House voters, opponent Botelho

To the editor, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people of District 65 for entrusting me with the honor of representing their interests in the R.I. General Assembly for the next two years. I am grateful to the many people who allowed me into their homes, shared their ideas and asked

EPHS teachers and General Assembly House candidates this election season Keith Anderson (middle, left) and Gregg Amore (far right) are shown during a debate between the Republican and Democrat, respectively, at a political club meeting last spring.

Political opposites, East Providence High School teachers share common ground in classroom

EAST PROVIDENCE — Though they reside on opposite sides of the political tracks, East Providence High School teachers and General Assembly candidates Keith Anderson and Gregg Amore have much in common when it comes to the classroom. Mr. Anderson, in his fourth year as an EPHS Business instructor, is running as Republican opposite Democratic incumbent