A new law heading to Rhode Island Gov. Donald Carcieri’s desk for his signature is intended to bring the insolvent city of Central Falls out of receivership and under a new state oversight regime.

The law, which was drafted by Carcieri’s staff and passed the General Assembly last week in an amended version, would prevent municipalities from entering into judicially appointed receivership on their own — as Central Falls did — though it would still allow the state to appoint a receiver.

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