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Rhode Island NAACP president convicted of campaign finance violations in city council run

Posted on AllSides February 29th, 2024
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The president of the Providence NAACP violated state campaign finance laws when he ran for City Council in 2022, officials said. A judge convicted Gerard Catala, 45, of two counts of failing to file campaign finance reports as required by state law. Catala, who was ordered to perform 20 hours of public service, immediately appealed the judge's decision, issued Wednesday. RHODE ISLAND TEACHER SOUNDS ALARM ON DHS-FUNDED 'MEDIA LITERACY' PROGRAM SHE SAYS WILL 'INDOCTRINATE CHILDREN' Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Neronha said his office was asked by the Board of...

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