Rhode Island Legislature | 2018 | Regular Session

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

BillSummaryAction
H7500Requires a landlord to maintain a general liability insurance policy of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) and to introduce the policy in any trespass and ejection action.2018-04-18
H8027Precludes 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 without written findings by the family court.2018-04-18
H7758Requires campaign treasurers, to file with the board of elections a copy of every written agreement that is entered into by a candidate and a committee of a political party, where the agreement pertains to campaign contributions or expenditures.2018-04-18
H7646Authorizes an innkeeper to remove any guest who is a level III high risk sexual offender who attempts to remain a hotel resident for more than thirty (30) consecutive days in any calendar year.2018-04-18
H8028Enables fishermen aggrieved by confiscation of their gear and/or catch to retrieve their gear on posting a bond, and to be compensated if the violation if any, is found not to be significant or substantial.2018-04-18
H7983Authorizes the chief judge of the family court to establish a program that requires that any divorcing or separating parties with children participate in counseling and educational programs to assist the children’s transition through the proceeding...2018-04-18
H7608Provides for consumer protection in eye care services by developing standards and enforcement protocols related to the utilization of emergent technologies in the provision of eye care services and for the delegation of eye car services by providers.2018-04-18
H8059Prohibits lunch-shaming of children unable to pay for meals served as part of breakfast/lunch program offered at elementary/secondary schools.2018-04-18
H7409Excludes veterinary hospitals, residences used to care for no more than 4 animals as kennels. Exempts residential settings from obtaining kennel license.2018-04-18
Placed on House Calendar (04/24/2018)
H7725Provides for the involuntary commitment of drug and intoxicating substance abusers who are a danger to themselves or others.2018-04-18

Top Rhode Island Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. Joseph Shekarchi [D]148Syndicate content
Rep. John Edwards [D]134Syndicate content
Rep. Camille Vella-wilkinson [D]130Syndicate content
Rep. Kenneth Marshall [D]116Syndicate content
Rep. William O'Brien [D]103Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Erin Lynch Prata [D]298Syndicate content
Sen. Frank Lombardi [D]170Syndicate content
Sen. Donna Nesselbush [D]135Syndicate content
Sen. Louis Dipalma [D]134Syndicate content
Sen. Joshua Miller [D]128Syndicate content

Top Rhode Island Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Finance293Syndicate content
Judiciary255Syndicate content
Health, Education and Welfare143Syndicate content
Corporations120Syndicate content
Labor49Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary271Syndicate content
Finance141Syndicate content
Health and Human Services76Syndicate content
Education46Syndicate content
Commerce35Syndicate content

Most Viewed Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
H7076Requires Internet service providers to follow Internet service neutrality requirements.Bill Text
H7200Making Appropriations For The Support Of The State For The Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2019Bill Text
S2045Authorizes state-operated sports wagering at Twin River/Tiverton facilities effective when authorized by federal law/court decision regulated by lottery division with no wagering on RI college teams.Bill Text
H7477Requires pet shops to only sell cats or dogs obtained from an animal shelter, dog pound or animal rescue.Bill Text
H7228Amends the nurse licensure compact and adopts an enhanced version of the act, to allow nurses to hold a multi-state license which would allow them to practice across state lines without having to obtain multiple licenses.Bill Text
H7340Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.Bill Text
H7111Protects individuals from internet disclosure of personally identifiable information by commercial websites/online service operators and creates right of action for violations.Bill Text
S2163Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.Bill Text
H7026Defines and prohibits dismemberment abortions with certain exceptions.Bill Text
S2008Requires Internet service providers to follow Internet service neutrality requirements.Bill Text

Most Monitored Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
H7688Authorizes the supreme court to issue "extreme risk protections orders" requiring the surrender of all firearms from persons determined to be capable of causing personal injury.Bill Text
H7075Makes possession bump stocks, binary triggers or trigger cranks punishable by up to10 years in imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine and penalizes modification of semi-automatic weapons to full automatic fire with a single pull or hold in the same way.Bill Text
H7400Establishes a fee on companies that sell fossil fuels in Rhode Island and also establishes a receipt account to disburse the funds from.Bill Text
S2163Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.Bill Text
H7340Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.Bill Text
S2289Provides that only peace officers and persons approved by the school authorities for the purposes of educational instruction may carry firearms or other weapons on school grounds.Bill Text
S2188Establishes a fee on companies that sell fossil fuels in Rhode Island and also establishes a receipt account to disburse the funds from.Bill Text
S2493Restricts possession and sale of new assault weapons. Limits magazine capacity to 10 rounds or less. Grandfathers current possession/ownership.Bill Text
S2022Provides that a child in foster care on eighteenth birthday due to filing of petition may elect to continue with DCYF and under supervision of the court until age twenty-one (21) provided certain circumstances are met.Bill Text
H7766Restricts possession and sale of new assault weapons. Limits magazine capacity to 10 rounds or less. Grandfathers current possession/ownership.Bill Text

Rhode Island Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2018Regular Session1926218BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session24181002BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session24721013BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2399845BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session25261139BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session23891105BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1386585BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2420974BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2189703BrowseSearchDownload
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