Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo cleared her desk of all pending legislation, signing more than 100 bills while vetoing three others.
The Providence Journal reports that the Democratic governor vetoed bills that would have made it a felony to socially isolate seniors and another bill that would have required marijuana growing to be disclosed in real estate transactions. Raimondo on Monday also vetoed insurance legislation pushed through in the final minutes of the legislative session.
The bill passed the General Assembly a few minutes before midnight and suddenly appeared on the Senate calendar and cleared room 13-12. A management objected by the banking authority.
The presidential office said on Monday that Raimondo signed more than 100 invoices and cleaned all the legislation sent to him by the General Assembly.
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