Rhode Island Senator Dawn Euer [D]

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RIS0399PassProhibits nonregulated power producers from automatically renewing a contract. Mandates that the nonregulated power producer provide methods for the customer to cancel service and provide the customer with notice of the contract expiration date.
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2019-07-16
Signed by Governor
RIS0433PassProtects seniors and qualified disabled adults from financial exploitation.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0409PassRequires private/public schools provide/maintain opioid antagonists on-site including elementary schools.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0395PassEnables Rhode Island businesses to voluntarily promulgate standards to guide its business activities in a sustainable and responsible manner, as well as metrics for assessing whether it has met its objectives.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0538PassRequires that plans for natural gas infrastructure be built to a set of design standards approved by a certified engineer if the work poses a material public safety risk.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0628PassMandates that polls in all cities and towns except New Shoreham open at 7 am and provides time for receipt of ballots cast outside the US.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0737PassCreates the "student loan bill of rights act" which establishes guidelines for the issuance of postsecondary loans.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0994PassExpands the definition of “approved project” to include resiliency related infrastructure projects, and further prohibits the award of financial assistance for a water pollution abatement project.
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2019-07-15
Signed by Governor
RIS0621EnrollAllows that the year of manufacture plate need only be attached to the rear of the vehicle.
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2019-07-11
Transmitted to Governor
RIS0767PassGrants the town council of the town of Jamestown the authority to provide for certain exemptions or tax credits for any veteran of the United States armed services.
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2019-07-11
Effective without Governor's signature
RIS0980IntroExtends historic tax credits for 3 years until December 31, 2022, projects which have been funded through the Cultural Arts and the Economy Grant program, as enacted in chapter 145 of the 2014 Pub. L., and which would have expired on December 31, 201...
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2019-07-11
Transmitted to Governor
RIS0260PassExempts natural hair braiders from licensing requirements for hairdressers or cosmeticians, defines natural hair braiding and imposes fines for violations.
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0406PassAssents to the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, and empowers the director of DEM to perform those acts necessary, to be in compliance with the provisions of the act for the modernization of the safety of the food supply.
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0603PassMakes amendments providing for additional reporting duties and requirements for persons with knowledge of mistreatment or neglect of elders.
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0689PassExtends the effective date for the application of the new definition section relative to zoning ordinances and would also extend the current definitions section relative to zoning ordinances.
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0781PassReduces the number of infractions for a person to be considered a "toll violator" from twenty (20) to ten (10). The act also reduces the number of infractions for a person to be considered a "toll evader" from one hundred (100) to twenty (20).
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0799PassProhibits insurer from denying application/exclude/limit coverage under any life insurance policy based solely on prescription to carry or possess naloxone.
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2019-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIS0903PassAllows Robert Paul Hasenstab to join Lyndsie Martha Andrade and Christopher Drew Chamberlin in marriage on or about October 13, 2019, within the City of Newport, Rhode Island.
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2019-07-02
Effective without Governor's signature
RIS0932PassAllows Jodi Blankstein to join Jessica Biren and Jason Magid in marriage on or about August 18, 2019, within the City of Newport, Rhode Island.
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2019-07-02
Effective without Governor's signature
RIS0065PassEnables city/town council to grant tax relief from payment of real estate/property tax during periods of federal/state government cessation of operations to state/federal employees.
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2019-06-28
Signed by Governor
RIS0678IntroProvides for medical assistance health care for expectant mothers and establishes medical assistance coverage and reimbursement rates for perinatal doula services.
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2019-06-28
To House Finance Committee
RIS0780EngrossEliminates the marital sexual assault exception when a victim is incapacitated, disabled, or helpless.
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2019-06-27
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0938EngrossRequires the board of education to conduct a comprehensive study of the Massachusetts Education Reform Act and report yearly to the governor, the senate and the house of representatives.
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2019-06-27
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0970IntroFor motor vehicle alcohol-related offense blood/urine testing and ignition interlock system may be ordered.
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2019-06-27
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS1004EngrossReduces the minimum reporting campaign contribution amount that needs to be reported to the board of elections from over $100 to $25.00 for purposes of Campaign Contributions and Expenditures Reporting and the Ballot Question Advocacy and Reporting A...
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2019-06-27
Senate read and passed
RIS0202IntroProhibits a food service establishment from providing a consumer with a single-use plastic straw unless requested by the consumer.
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2019-06-26
To House Environment and Natural Resources Committee
RIS0410IntroCreates the "Plastic Waste Reduction Act" designed to reduce the use of plastic bags by retail establishments by offering recyclable bag options and providing penalties for violations.
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2019-06-26
To House Environment and Natural Resources Committee
RIS0979IntroAuthorizes the city of Newport to impose a surcharge on the price of admission to organizations or venues that sell more than twenty thousand (20,000) tickets during the time period commencing on July 1, 2018 until June 30, 2019.
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2019-06-26
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS1009PassSenate Resolution Joyously Celebrating The 50th Anniversary Of The Opening Of The Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge
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2019-06-26
Senate read and passed
RIS0254IntroRequires the ODEO to create and for all state and municipal employees to receive annual training in cultural competency.
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2019-06-21
To House Labor Committee
RIS0837PassProvides a petition process to have a discharge from service recorded as honorable for members of the armed services separated from service with a general or other than honorable discharge due solely to their sexual orientation/gender identity/expres...
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2019-06-21
Signed by Governor
RIS0194IntroSenate Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study And Evaluate Rhode Island's Electric And Natural Gas Transmission And Distribution System Infrastructure (creates A 22 Member Commission To Study And Evaluate Rhode Island's Electri...
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2019-06-20
Senate passed Sub A
RIS0997IntroChanges the definition of "elder person" for purposes of exploitation of elders from a person sixty-five (65) years of age or older to a person sixty (60) years of age or older.
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2019-06-20
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS0077IntroExpands drug awareness programs to high schools, directs funding from certain civil fines and mandates establishment of criteria for funding.
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2019-06-14
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0272EngrossRaises the earned income tax credit from fifteen percent (15%) to twenty percent (20%) for the tax years 2020 and beyond.
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2019-06-14
To House Finance Committee
RIS0568EngrossEnables cities and towns to provide property tax relief to individuals who take resiliency measures to rehabilitate their property because of flood hazards
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2019-06-14
To House Environment and Natural Resources Committee
RIS0675EngrossJoint Resolution Relating To Debt Management Act (authorizes Approval Of $50,000,000 Rhode Island Turnpike And Bridge Authority Revenue Bonds Secured By Toll, Transfers Of Motor Fuel Taxes And Other Revenues To Provide Funds To Maintain And Improve C...
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2019-06-14
To House Finance Committee
RIS0702IntroPrecludes the disability of a parent from serving as a basis for denial or restriction in matters involving a child's welfare, foster care, family law, guardianship and adoption.
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2019-06-14
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0080IntroAuthorizes tax assessors to use the last revaluation as the assessed valuation.
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2019-06-13
Committee recommended Substitute A be held for further study
RIS0127IntroImposes 1% state tax on sale of hookah tobacco/vaping devices, accessories/supplies/replacement parts & 1% local hookah tobacco/vaping devices tax to be used by cities/towns for education of persons of the dangers of hookah tobacco/vaping device usag...
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2019-06-13
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0494PassProvides that a release by one claimant relative to claims relating to the Feld Entertainment/Ringling Brothers Circus accident of 5/4/14 would not discharge other joint tortfeasors.
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2019-06-13
Signed by Governor
RIS0561IntroSets forth the proportional distribution of revenue from tax payments received after July 1, 2019, from the hotel tax.
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2019-06-13
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0479EngrossRequires real estate sellers to provide buyers with an annual building energy cost estimate and imposes a duty on sellers to conduct real estate condition inspections.
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2019-06-12
To House Corporations Committee
RIS0128IntroJoint Resolution Making An Appropriation Of $100,000 To Year Up Providence (authorizes The Appropriation Of The Sum Of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) To Year Up Providence.)
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2019-06-11
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0434IntroProvides for increases in the amount of foundation level school support that a community would receive, based upon a community's ability to meet and surpass its minimum low and moderate income housing requirements.
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2019-06-11
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0674IntroProvides that a tax payment shall be paid by midnight on the date in which the tax becomes due and payable, and reduces the amount of penalty for taxes unpaid from a maximum of twenty-one percent (21%) to ten percent (10%).
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2019-06-11
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0787IntroProvides that documents related to an audit of mattress stewardship fees are considered public records under the access to public records act.
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2019-06-11
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS0833IntroAllows law enforcement officers to utilize mufflers, silencers, or other devices for muffling sound of firearm while acting within scope of official duties while training as tactical teams and under supervision of police chief, colonel of state polic...
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2019-06-11
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS0958PassSenate Resolution Proclaiming May 19th Of 2019 As "greek Pontian Genocide Remembrance Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
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2019-06-11
Senate read and passed
RIS0278IntroProvides that a tax payment shall be paid by midnight on the date in which the tax becomes due and payable, and reduces the amount of penalty for taxes unpaid from a maximum of twenty-one percent (21%) to ten percent (10%).
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2019-06-10
To Senate Finance Committee
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