RI Legislation | 2022 | Regular Session | Introduced

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S3041Intro
25%
Amends 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.
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2022-06-23
Senate passed as amended (floor amendment)
H7639Intro
25%
Decreases the amount of the reinstatement fees for a motor vehicle registration or certificate of title which was revoked, denied or suspended and reduced reinstatement fees for suspension or revocation of registration or certificate of title.
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2022-06-23
To House Finance Committee
H7652Intro
25%
Authorizes 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 ...
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2022-06-23
To House Finance Committee
S2939Intro
25%
Creates a new department of housing, a housing development fund, and a housing land bank program to help create reliable, efficient, affordable tenancies.
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2022-06-22
Committee heard
S2588Intro
25%
Joint Resolution Respectfully Requesting The Executive Office Of Health And Human Services To Increase Adult Dental And Chiropractic Rates (requires The Eohhs To Submit To The Secretary Of The Us Department Of Health And Human Services A State Plan A...
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2022-06-22
Senate held on desk
S3053Intro
25%
Adds a definition for the term "private entity" to the "Net Metering" chapter of title 39, and includes private entity within the provisions of the definition for "eligible net-metering system" and "eligible net-metering system site".
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2022-06-22
To Senate Environment and Agriculture Committee
H7755Intro
25%
Creates the Governor’s Clean Energy Workforce Transition Commission.
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2022-06-22
To House Finance Committee
H8003Intro
25%
Exempts certain nursing home facilities from the state minimum level staffing requirement under certain circumstances.
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2022-06-22
Withdrawn at sponsor's request
S3025Intro
25%
Amends the net metering statute to exclude net-metering systems from a residential zone.
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2022-06-22
To Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee
H8063Intro
25%
Due to the COVID-19 health crises, suspend the provisions of § 23-17.5-33, relating to nursing home staffing.
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2022-06-22
Withdrawn at sponsor's request
H8354Intro
25%
Creates the Rhode Island Psychiatry Resource Network for the primary purpose of equitably determining and collecting assessments for the cost of Psychiatry Resource Network's in the state not covered by other federal or state funding.
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2022-06-21
To House Finance Committee
S3026Intro
25%
Exempts from state taxation certain pension benefits that originate from, and were taxed in another state.
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2022-06-21
To Senate Finance Committee
S3027Intro
25%
Same as 21H-5634 -- Requires cities and towns to assess renewable energy resources to be taxed as tangible property and the real property on which it is located shall not be reclassified, revalued or reassessed.
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2022-06-21
Defeated in Committee
H8149Intro
25%
Requires a contractor, subcontractor or public body to include offsite fabrication work in weekly certified prevailing wage records.
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2022-06-21
To House Labor Committee
S2528Intro
25%
Establishes the implementation of trauma-informed practices in schools throughout the state.
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2022-06-18
To Senate Judiciary Committee
H8254Intro
25%
Prevents healthcare entities from requiring the distribution of patient-specific medication from a pharmacy, typically a specialty pharmacy, to the physician's office, hospital, or clinic for administration.
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2022-06-17
To House Health & Human Services Committee
H7994Intro
25%
Establishes privacy and security protections for closed-loop referral systems.
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2022-06-17
To House State Government & Elections Committee
H8349Intro
25%
SEE TITLE 16 CHAPTER 97 -- THE RHODE ISLAND BOARD OF EDUCATION ACT) (Increases the maximum amount of days a retired teacher and athletic coach may substitute teach from 90 days to 120 days.
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2022-06-16
To House Education Committee
H7638Intro
25%
Promotes the development, utilization and opportunities for teachers of color. It would provide for a two million dollar annual appropriation for a scholarship fund for teacher employment in urban schools.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H8276Intro
25%
Requires the installation of three (3) urban business incubators--two (2) in the Olneyville neighborhood and one in Upper South Providence.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H7617Intro
25%
Establishes the Rhode Island Black economic and community development fund as an investment fund to address issues of discrimination and exploitation of the Black community.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H8350Intro
25%
Removes the child support eligibility requirement under the section related to childcare assistance -- families or assistance units eligible.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H7614Intro
25%
Establishes the urban student mentorship program to reduce chronic absenteeism and promote better academic outcomes for student in urban communities.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H7745Intro
25%
Requires the general assembly appropriate funds to the state librarian for the purpose of caring for, preserving and cataloguing property in the state in the keeping of the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H8048Intro
25%
Establishes the Rhode Island secure choice retirement savings program, which provides for the creation of IRA-type retirement investments managed by a board established by the act which would be a public corporation.
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H8051Intro
25%
Joint Resolution Making An Appropriation Of $685,000 For The Black And Latino Caucus Community Partnerships To Establish Radio Station Wsop-lp (this Resolution Would Authorize The Appropriation Of The Sum Of Six Hundred Eighty-five Thousand Dollars (...
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2022-06-16
To House Finance Committee
H8172Intro
25%
Amends the Central Coventry Fire District Charter to provide for purchasing, installing, operating and maintaining street lighting and the funding for its debt. Provides for the appointment of an Assistant Treasurer.
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2022-06-15
To House Municipal Government & Housing Committee
H8156Intro
25%
Joint Resolution Making An Appropriation Of $10,000,000 To The Justice Assistance Habitat For Justice (this Resolution Would Authorize The Appropriation Of The Sum Of $10,000,000 To The Justice Assistance Habitat For Justice.)
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2022-06-15
To House Finance Committee
H7448Intro
25%
Prohibits the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) from imposing any fares and/or charges for service provided to the general public.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
H8275Intro
25%
Mandates that a person's incarceration not affect his or her enrollment status in medical assistance.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
S2653Intro
25%
Makes it a felony for an individual to possess any semi-automatic firearm magazine which is capable of holding more than ten (10) rounds of ammunition. Violations are punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment or a fine of up to $5,000.
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2022-06-14
Defeated in Committee
S2769Intro
25%
Establishes a universal, comprehensive, affordable single-payer health care insurance program and helps control health care costs, which would be referred to as, "the Rhode Island Comprehensive Health Insurance Program" (RICHIP).
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2022-06-14
Committee heard
H8282Intro
25%
Requires health insurers, nonprofit hospital service corporations, nonprofit medical service corporations, health maintenance organizations and Rhode Island Medicaid, to issue policies that provide coverage for emergency medical services transport.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
H7613Intro
25%
Amends several sections of law relating to safety and care for the elderly including amending the composition of the commission and requiring designated representatives within the police and fire departments to serve as older adults safety advocates.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
H6665Intro
25%
Same as 21H-5931 -- Requires free lunches to be provided for all elementary and secondary students attending public schools, to the extent state and federal funds are available.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
H8310Intro
25%
Adds direct state support for costs associated with employing school resource officers.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
S2896Intro
25%
Establishes a premium payment program to help individuals and families transition from expired COVID-19 Medicaid coverage to commercial health insurance, thereby avoiding a gap in medical coverage.
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2022-06-14
Senate passed as amended (floor amendment)
H8118Intro
25%
Mandates that no fee or surcharge, other than the fees and charges authorized pursuant to § 39-18.1-4, be added to any motor vehicle registration as a result of the issuance of any new registration plate.
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2022-06-14
To House Finance Committee
S2473Intro
25%
Requires the auditor general to oversee an audit of Medicaid programs administered by managed care organizations and submit a report of such findings within six (6) months to the general assembly and EOHHS.
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2022-06-14
Committee heard
H8338Intro
25%
Requires the installation of signs indicating locations of greenway areas
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2022-06-13
To House Environment and Natural Resources Committee
S2200Intro
25%
Provides for rate setting and review for all medical programs licensed or having a contract with the state as well as Medicaid.
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2022-06-13
To Senate Finance Committee
H7351Intro
25%
Provides that the town of Bristol would be authorized to exempt from taxation, or otherwise enter into payment in lieu of tax agreements regarding property in the town of Bristol of qualifying nonprofit, charitable organizations.
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2022-06-09
Committee recommends passage
H8334Intro
25%
Establishes the School Mental Health Act of 2022 which would provide resources and establish a youth advisory council to improve safety in our schools.
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2022-06-09
To House Finance Committee
H8332Intro
25%
Requires eyelash technicians obtain license/temporary permit from professional regulation division of DOH on or before 1/1/23.
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2022-06-09
To House Corporations Committee
H8333Intro
25%
Focuses on increasing school security to minimize the threat of an intruder in a school.
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2022-06-09
To House Education Committee
S3012Intro
25%
Eliminates repealed statute references/creates mechanism for employees to enforce right to continuation of medical benefits/reinstates status and benefits after returning from being a temporary caregiver and for benefits relating to Sunday wage laws.
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2022-06-09
To Senate Labor Committee
S3007Intro
25%
Allows the town of Glocester to tax the real and tangible property of Factory Mutual Insurance Company and would allow the town of Glocester to increase their tax levy by 12.46% for the fiscal year 2023.
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2022-06-09
To Senate Finance Committee
S3010Intro
25%
Allows the Narragansett Bay Commission to engage in public purpose projects that will have a positive impact on the economic, environmental, and social welfare of Rhode Island.
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2022-06-09
To Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee
S3011Intro
25%
Restores the original legislative intent that employees may be held individually liable for their own discriminatory conduct.
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2022-06-09
To Senate Labor Committee
H8329Intro
25%
Requires all pre-kindergarten through grade twelve (pre-K through 12) schools to have resources officers or security personnel, lock exterior doors after morning arrival, security cameras and security protocols for school visitors.
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2022-06-08
To House Finance Committee
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