State of Rhode Island: RI Office of the Attorney General. Under rhode island general law 5-50, health clubs must register with the Office of Attorney General.The non-refundable registration fee is $100 and is valid for one year and must be submitted with the completed registration form below.
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I must start by thanking the Law Reporting Bureau of the State of New York for inviting me to write the Foreword for the 2012 Style Manual. I am so pleased to recognize our outstanding state reporter, Bill Hooks, who succeeded to the position in June 2009.
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