Rhode Island Legislature | 2019 | Regular Session

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Active Rhode Island Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
S0678Provides for medical assistance health care for expectant mothers and establishes medical assistance coverage and reimbursement rates for perinatal doula services.2019-04-19
S0313Exempts from taxation real property acquired or leased by a railroad entity used in the boarding or disembarking of railroad passengers or supporting passenger railroad operations and services.2019-04-19
S0449Authorizes the town of Warren to enact ordinances for the purpose of regulating the sale of tobacco, flavored tobacco products, electronic vaporizer devices and liquids used in electronic vapor devices.2019-04-19
S0170Requires conservation and preservation restrictions to be liberally interpreted in favor of the grants awarded.2019-04-19
S0499Makes it a felony to isolate an elder or dependent adult and would expand the persons entitled to notice when a guardianship or conservatorship petition is filed in the probate court for dependents or elderly adults.2019-04-19
S0690Amends the number of communities who may combine to appoint a building official and prohibits requiring a building official to perform duties not in the building code when building code duties are pending.2019-04-19
S0256Creates the travel insurance act to establish comprehensive/uniform regulatory framework for travel insurance. Clarifying/bolstering enforcement authority over participants in the travel insurance industry.2019-04-19
Scheduled for consideration (04/23/2019)
S0223Establishes the Rhode Island program to address Alzheimer's disease and would also create a thirteen (13) member advisory council. This act would also establish a training requirement for medical professionals.2019-04-19
S0157Creates the Lila Manfield Sapinsley Compassionate Care Act, to provide a legal mechanism whereby a terminally ill patient may choose to end their life using drugs prescribed by a physician.2019-04-19
S0620Clarifies the number of ounces a manufacturer of malt beverages is allowed to sell on their premises as twenty-four (24) twelve ounce (12 oz.) bottles or cans, or twenty-four (24) sixteen ounce (16 oz.) bottles or cans.2019-04-19

Top Rhode Island Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. Joseph Shekarchi [D]173Syndicate content
Rep. Blake Filippi [I]126Syndicate content
Rep. Camille Vella-wilkinson [D]112Syndicate content
Rep. Anastasia Williams [D]103Syndicate content
Rep. John Edwards [D]99Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Erin Lynch Prata [D]244Syndicate content
Sen. Michael McCaffrey [D]129Syndicate content
Sen. Dawn Euer [D]125Syndicate content
Sen. Frank Lombardi [D]121Syndicate content
Sen. Maryellen Goodwin [D]114Syndicate content

Top Rhode Island Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Finance235Syndicate content
Judiciary201Syndicate content
Health, Education and Welfare141Syndicate content
Corporations72Syndicate content
Labor47Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary223Syndicate content
Finance128Syndicate content
Health and Human Services87Syndicate content
Education51Syndicate content
Labor36Syndicate content

Most Viewed Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
H5595Exempts a developer or seller of an open blockchain token from the provisions of the Rhode Island Uniform Securities Act. A blockchain is a tool utilized in digital currency.Bill Text
H5127Codifies the current state of the law on reproductive rights in Rhode Island by incorporating the protections set forth in Roe v. Wade limiting restrictions on an individual's decision to terminate a pregnancy.Bill Text
S0037Authorizes and provide for online sports wagering through authorized hosting facilities in Rhode Island.Bill Text
S0234Creates "Consumer Privacy Protection Act."Bill Text
H5125Serves to codify the privacy rights guaranteed by the decision reached in the United States Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) and its progeny.Bill Text
S0251Extends requirement to collect sales tax to remote sellers in a way that conforms to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision making it easier for states to compel collection of the sales tax from retailers who do not have a physical presence in their st...Bill Text
H5266Amend the career and technical education programs laws to provide the process by which students could attend state CTE board-approved programs in other districts.Bill Text
H5151Relating To Making Appropriations In Support Of Fy 2020Bill Text
S0152Codifies the current state of the law on reproductive rights in Rhode Island by incorporating the protections set forth in Roe v. Wade limiting restrictions on an individual's decision to terminate a pregnancy.Bill Text
H5541Expands the provisions requiring the reporting of immunization status and any other relevant information to adults, not just children, and requires the department of health to include routine adult immunization in the department’s immunization prog...Bill Text

Most Monitored Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
H5266Amend the career and technical education programs laws to provide the process by which students could attend state CTE board-approved programs in other districts.Bill Text
S0234Creates "Consumer Privacy Protection Act."Bill Text
H5125Serves to codify the privacy rights guaranteed by the decision reached in the United States Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) and its progeny.Bill Text
H5127Codifies the current state of the law on reproductive rights in Rhode Island by incorporating the protections set forth in Roe v. Wade limiting restrictions on an individual's decision to terminate a pregnancy.Bill Text
S0152Codifies the current state of the law on reproductive rights in Rhode Island by incorporating the protections set forth in Roe v. Wade limiting restrictions on an individual's decision to terminate a pregnancy.Bill Text
H5789Provides for the establishment of comprehensive solar energy siting ordinances in each municipality of the state.Bill Text
H5333Provides that prisoners who committed offenses prior to age eighteen (18) and were sentenced as adults would be eligible for parole after completing fifteen (15) years of their sentence.Bill Text
H5930Creates "Consumer Privacy Protection Act."Bill Text
H5343Mandates sexual harassment training for employees and supervisors of employers of fifty (50) or more employees. It would recommend an annual climate survey for employers.Bill Text
H5151Relating To Making Appropriations In Support Of Fy 2020Bill Text

Rhode Island Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2019Regular Session1811270BrowseSearchDownload
2018Regular Session2382858BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session24181002BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session24721013BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2399845BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session25261139BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session23891105BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1386585BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2420974BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2189703BrowseSearchDownload
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