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Incoming RI AG taps new consumer division leader

December 31, 2010

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PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Incoming Attorney General Peter Kilmartin has announced that a former manager of Arizona's Attorney General's Consumer Information and Complaints Unit will lead the consumer division for the Rhode Island Office of Attorney General.

Kilmartin said Tammy Miller brings 25 years of experience to the Rhode Island Office of Attorney General. He said she helped improved turnaround time in responding to consumer complaints from six weeks to two days while working the in Arizona office.

Miller received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from San Diego State University and received an ABA Paralegal Certificate from Phoenix College. She currently resides in Narragansett, R.I. and is married to Narragansett Town Manager Grady Miller.