Rhode Island Legislature | 2018 | Regular Session

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

BillSummaryAction
S2663Exempts from taxation all real and personal property located within East Providence of the charitable nonprofit corporation of Foster Forward (formerly the Rhode Island Foster Parents Association).2018-06-19
Placed on the House Consent Calendar
H7134Requires the public utilities commission to implement a purchase of receivables program where the electric distribution company purchases the receivables of a nonregulated power producer at a discount rate.2018-06-19
House passed Sub A
H8233Allows Yamil Baez to join Roshni Darnal and Juan Espinoza in marriage on or about August 17, 2018, within the Town of Smithfield, Rhode Island.2018-06-19
Transmitted to Governor
H8271Eliminates the need of filing an SR 22, standard form with the department of motor vehicles or its divisions, in order for an individual to get their operator’s license reinstated.2018-06-19
Placed on House Calendar
S2981Allows John V. Snellings to join Abigail Snellings and Allison Pagliaro in marriage on or about October 12, 2018, within the Town of Bristol, Rhode Island.2018-06-19
Senate read and passed
S2045Authorizes the implementation and operation of sports wagering at the Twin River and Tiverton gaming facilities.2018-06-19
Senate passed Sub A
S2923Authorizes the city of Pawtucket to issue not more than $220,000,000 general obligation bonds, notes and other evidences of indebtedness.2018-06-19
S2683Establishes the Rhode Island chapter of the children’s advocacy center, a community based organization that would provide a child-friendly, safe and neutral location from which a multidisciplinary team would act in response to child abuse allegatio...2018-06-19
Senate passed as amended (floor amendment)
H8327Allows Christopher William Stanley to join Jennifer Vosburgh and Brandon Murphy in marriage on or about September 29, 2018, within the Town of East Greenwich, Rhode Island.2018-06-19
House read and passed
S2063Increases the maximum tax for qualifying low-income housing from eight percent (8%) to ten percent (10%) of the property's previous year's gross scheduled rental income.2018-06-19

Top Rhode Island Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. Joseph Shekarchi [D]208Syndicate content
Rep. Camille Vella-wilkinson [D]154Syndicate content
Rep. John Edwards [D]145Syndicate content
Rep. Kenneth Marshall [D]132Syndicate content
Rep. Raymond Hull [D]116Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Erin Lynch Prata [D]326Syndicate content
Sen. Frank Lombardi [D]200Syndicate content
Sen. Donna Nesselbush [D]158Syndicate content
Sen. Maryellen Goodwin [D]150Syndicate content
Sen. Louis Dipalma [D]150Syndicate content

Top Rhode Island Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Finance350Syndicate content
Judiciary258Syndicate content
Health, Education and Welfare151Syndicate content
Corporations107Syndicate content
Labor67Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary231Syndicate content
Finance128Syndicate content
Health and Human Services60Syndicate content
Education39Syndicate content
Commerce28Syndicate content

Most Viewed Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
H7477Requires pet shops to only sell cats or dogs obtained from an animal shelter, dog pound or animal rescue.Bill Text
H7200Making Appropriations For The Support Of The State For The Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2019Bill Text
S2045Authorizes the implementation and operation of sports wagering at the Twin River and Tiverton gaming facilities.Bill Text
H7076Requires Internet service providers to follow Internet service neutrality requirements.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
S2008Requires Internet service providers to follow Internet service neutrality requirements.Bill Text
S2163Prohibits 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
H7340Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.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

Most Monitored Rhode Island Bills

BillSummaryText
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
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
H7477Requires pet shops to only sell cats or dogs obtained from an animal shelter, dog pound or animal rescue.Bill Text
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
S2493Restricts possession and sale of new assault weapons. Limits magazine capacity to 10 rounds or less. Grandfathers current possession/ownership.Bill Text
H7766Restricts possession and sale of new assault weapons. Limits magazine capacity to 10 rounds or less. Grandfathers current possession/ownership.Bill Text
S2163Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.Bill Text
S2319Criminalizes the manufacture, import, possession, purchase, sale or transfer of any ammunition feeding device capable of accepting more than ten (10) rounds known as high capacity magazines.Bill Text
H7340Prohibits the state from restricting persons from terminating pregnancy prior to fetal viability. Would repeal laws regulating abortion.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

Rhode Island Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2018Regular Session2314457BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session24181002BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session24721013BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2399845BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session25261139BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session23891105BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session1386585BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2420974BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2189703BrowseSearchDownload
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