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From GoLocalProv by Stephen Beale, GoLocalProv News Contributor:
Rhode Island cities and towns have amassed $3 billion in debt and long-term liabilities, with half of all communities owing $2,000 or more per resident, according to an analysis of the most recently available annual financial statements.
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