Rhode Island Legislature | 2022 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

BillSummaryAction
S2689Modifies the application process for interconnection projects to require greater transparency/greater clarity through an 8 member committee and independent ombudsman with prospective application.2022-06-23
Senate passed Sub A
H7668Includes licensed advanced practice registered nurses (APRN), certified in psychiatric/mental health, as qualified to certify the need for mental health treatment in certain patients.2022-06-23
House read and passed
H7788Prohibits, beginning January 1, 2024, any compact fluorescent lamp or linear fluorescent lamp to be offered for final sale, sold at final sale, or distributed in the state as a new manufactured product.2022-06-23
House passed Sub A
H7652Authorizes DMV to issue one year renewal registrations for vehicles leased for thirty-six months and enables DMV to refund, to a registrant of leased vehicle, who cancels registration that portion of registration fee paid that represents 6 months of ...2022-06-23
H7639Decreases the amount of the reinstatement fees for a motor vehicle registration or certificate of title which was revoked, denied or suspended and reduced reinstatement fees for suspension or revocation of registration or certificate of title.2022-06-23
H7318Permits Dyslexia Advocacy Rhode Island plates to be issued for passenger or commercial vehicles. A minimum of six hundred (600) preordered plates would be required.2022-06-23
House read and passed
H8287Extends the moratorium on the issuance of licenses for new initial nursing facilities and any increases to nursing facilities capacity to July 1, 2025.2022-06-23
Senate passed as amended (floor amendment)
S3041Amends the statutory laws relating to driving under the influence and refusal to submit to chemical tests by adding the requirement for blood and/or urine testing.2022-06-23
Senate passed as amended (floor amendment)
S2268Phases out taxation of military pensions by 2027.2022-06-22
Senate passed Sub A
H6662Same as 21H-5327 -- Increases the maximum aggregate amount of community remote net-metering systems from 30 MW to 60 MW and requires the allocation of a minimum of 35% of the generated power to low- or moderate-income households commencing July 1, 20...2022-06-22

Top Rhode Island Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. Karen Alzate [D]246Syndicate content
Rep. Christopher Blazejewski [D]244Syndicate content
Rep. Blake Filippi [R]243Syndicate content
Rep. Anastasia Williams [D]211Syndicate content
Rep. David Morales [D]211Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Dawn Euer [D]255Syndicate content
Sen. Alana DiMario [D]232Syndicate content
Sen. Melissa Murray [D]213Syndicate content
Sen. Sandra Cano [D]204Syndicate content
Sen. Louis Dipalma [D]199Syndicate content

Top Rhode Island Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Finance315Syndicate content
Judiciary159Syndicate content
State Government & Elections90Syndicate content
Corporations81Syndicate content
Health & Human Services78Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary239Syndicate content
Finance93Syndicate content
Health and Human Services60Syndicate content
Education40Syndicate content
Special Legislation and Veterans Affairs31Syndicate content

Most Viewed Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
S2552Mandates residents to be vaccinated for COVID-19.Bill Text
H7539Require that both curriculum and teaching practices in Rhode Island schools protect and respect the civil rights of all members of the school communityBill Text
S2430The Rhode Island Cannabis Act legalizes adult use of cannabis. It provides for licensing of cultivation, manufacture and retail sale of cannabis.Bill Text
H6614Same as 21H-5554 --Makes it a felony for an individual to possess any semi-automatic firearm magazine which is capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Violation is punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment or a fine of up to $5,000.Bill Text
H7593The Rhode Island Cannabis Act legalizes adult use of cannabis. It provides for licensing of cultivation, manufacture and retail sale of cannabis.Bill Text
H7123Making Appropriations For The Support Of The State For The Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023Bill Text
H7917Allows an individual to access and learn what personal information about the individual has been gathered and stored by covered entities that conduct business in Rhode Island.Bill Text
H7400Creates the "Rhode Island data Transparency and Privacy Protection Act" to identify information collected by online service providers and commercial websites.Bill Text
H7787Establishes regulations to reduce hazardous emissions by prohibiting manipulation of the environment, and collects application and violation fees into state trust fund for municipality projects that promote the safety of life and property.Bill Text
H7511Repeals ยง 28-12-9 of the general laws which provides that the director of labor and training may approve of wages below the minimum wage for those persons whose earning capacity is impaired due to physical or mental disability.Bill Text

Most Monitored Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
S2552Mandates residents to be vaccinated for COVID-19.Bill Text
S2501Categorizes women by their biological identity at birth rather than their gender identity for purpose of organized sports.Bill Text
H7539Require that both curriculum and teaching practices in Rhode Island schools protect and respect the civil rights of all members of the school communityBill Text
H7277Increases the percentage of retail electricity sales from renewable energy sources.Bill Text
H7400Creates the "Rhode Island data Transparency and Privacy Protection Act" to identify information collected by online service providers and commercial websites.Bill Text
S2274Increases the percentage of retail electricity sales from renewable energy sources.Bill Text
H6614Same as 21H-5554 --Makes it a felony for an individual to possess any semi-automatic firearm magazine which is capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Violation is punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment or a fine of up to $5,000.Bill Text
H6615Same as 21H-5556 --Bans the possession, sale, and transfer of assault weapons. Possession of assault weapons owned on the effective date of this act would be "grandfathered" subject to certain registration provisions.Bill Text
H7123Making Appropriations For The Support Of The State For The Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023Bill Text
H7166Requires courses in family life or sex education be taught in grades 6 -12 and be appropriate for students of all races, genders, sexual orientations, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.Bill Text

Rhode Island Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2022Regular Session2518922BrowseSearchDownload
2021Regular Session2501890BrowseSearchDownload
2020Regular Session2134484BrowseSearchDownload
2019Regular Session2308862BrowseSearchDownload
2018Regular Session2382858BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session24181002BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session24721013BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2399845BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session25261139BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session23891105BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1386585BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2420974BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2189703BrowseSearchDownload
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