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In May 2009, Cicilline gained national headlines after proposing a 0 per semester Head Tax on each of the 25,000 college students attending four universities in the city.
The tax was an effort to close to million of a reported million city budget shortfall.
He then went to Georgetown University Law Center where he earned a J. He ran for the Rhode Island Senate in 1992 against incumbent senator Rhoda Perry but lost the Democratic primary.
Under Cicilline, city officials worked with Rhode Island's Education Partnership to form PASA, the Providence After School Alliance.He was raised in Providence before moving to Narragansett.In high school, he served as president of his graduating class and participated in the Close Up Washington civic education program before heading to Brown University, where he established a branch of the College Democrats with his classmate, John F. He took a degree in political science, graduating magna cum laude in 1983. C., for a while to work as a lawyer at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.A Brown University survey in September 2007 found that 64 percent of state residents approved of the job Cicilline was doing in Providence.By February 2008, that number had dropped to 51 percent.
The Associated Press reported that if enacted, it would become the first-in-the-nation tax on students simply for being enrolled and attending college within the city limits.