Bills Pending Rhode Island House Finance Committee

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RIH6367IntroPermits redevelopment agencies to finance the construction of projects for residential, recreational, commercial, industrial, institutional, public, or other purposes contemplated by a redevelopment plan.
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2017-10-18
To House Finance Committee
RIH6366IntroJoint Resolution Authorizing The State To Enter Into A Financing Lease And Payment Agreements In Connection The Construction Of A Ballpark In The City Of Pawtucket
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2017-10-18
To House Finance Committee
RIH6375IntroProvides that a release of a joint tortfeasor in a judicially approved settlement of claims relating to the St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island Retirement Plan shall not discharge other joint tortfeasors unless it so provides.
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2017-09-19
To House Finance Committee
RIS0669EngrossCreates the young adult voluntary extension of care program that would extend the age of foster care from age eighteen (18) to age twenty-one (21) and would provide a range of programs and services to carry out the purpose of the act.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0443EngrossCreates a municipal infrastructure grant program within the DOA relating to municipal and other public infrastructure projects.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0337EngrossApproval and funding of drug awareness programs for minors placed with the department of behavioral healthcare, developmental disabilities and hospitals.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0133EngrossAllows unused tax credits previously issued under the Historic Homeownership Assistance Act to be carried forward for tax year 2017 and thereafter.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0469EngrossRequires the state budget office to produce a citizens' guide to the state budget, to be known as the "citizens' budget report," that is easily readable and understandable by the general public.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0117EngrossGives all state income tax return filers the option to have their tax refund directly deposited into their bank account.
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIS0471EngrossJoint Resolution Respectfully Urging The Department Of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities And Hospitals And The Executive Office Of Health And Human Services To Increase Certain Direct And Home Care Worker Wages
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2017-06-30
To House Finance Committee
RIH6261IntroRemoves the exception to the $100,000 limitation of damages when the state is engaged in a proprietary function in the commission of a tort or the state has agreed to indemnify the federal government or any agency for any tort liability.
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2017-06-27
To House Finance Committee
RIS0956IntroExempts from sales and use taxes specialized packaging equipment such as kegs for alcoholic beverages.
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2017-06-23
To House Finance Committee
RIS0739IntroProvides for a voluntary deduction from any refund from the Rhode Island personal income tax for a contribution to the substance use and mental health leadership council of RI.
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2017-06-23
To House Finance Committee
RIH5238IntroProvides 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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2017-06-21
To House Finance Committee
RIH5237IntroCreates the "Student Equal Economic Opportunity Act" which would identify those students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition at public universities, colleges or community colleges.
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2017-06-21
To House Finance Committee
RIS0122IntroEliminates the September 2017 termination date of the child care assistance program.
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2017-06-21
To House Finance Committee
RIH5107IntroCommencing on January 1, 2018, require that all developmental disabilities organizations that employ five (5) employees or more and who are reimbursed for such services by the state, to pay their employees at least fifteen ($15.00) dollars per hour.
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2017-06-21
To House Finance Committee
RIH5089IntroAllows drivers' licenses and state-issued identification cards to contain medical information to assist medical personnel.
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH6263IntroAuthorizes a special license plate for Rhode Island boy scouts, a nonprofit corporation, and establish the fees and other conditions applicable to its issuance.
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2017-06-20
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RIH5376IntroReduces the alcoholic beverage manufacturing and wholesale licensing fee from three thousand dollars ($3,000) to five hundred dollars ($500).
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH5086IntroSubtracts from the federal adjusted gross income, income attributable to the recovery during the tax year of any amount deducted in any prior tax year for the purposes of the calculation of the state income tax.
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH5765IntroRequires the owners of antique motor vehicles to register them at a fee based upon the vehicle's weight.
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH5423IntroProvides an income tax credit of twenty-five percent (25%) of an elderly resident taxpayers primary residence water and sewer bills, not to exceed $250.
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH5492IntroAmends the fine imposed for reinstatement of the license or registration of an owner of a motor vehicle following the revocation or suspension of the license or registration for failure to maintain financial security.
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2017-06-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH5068IntroRegulates the display of "year of manufacture plates" for motor vehicles more than 25 years old.
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2017-06-18
To House Finance Committee
RIH6318IntroRepeals the sunset provision of chapter 33.6 of title 44 which grants tax credits to individuals or companies redeveloping historic structures.
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2017-06-14
To House Finance Committee
RIH6030IntroMakes it easier for locally administered municipal retirement plans to join the municipal employees' retirement system, by providing greater flexibility in funding policies than would otherwise be required.
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2017-06-14
To House Finance Committee
RIS0716EngrossIncreases the maximum weekly unemployment benefit rate to the higher of fifty-seven and one-half percent (57.5%) of the average weekly wages paid to workers in the prior calendar year or six hundred sixteen dollars ($616) per week.
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2017-06-14
To House Finance Committee
RIH6317IntroRequires the executive office of health and human services (EOHHS) to conduct a study to assess the impact of using Medicaid funds to provide coverage for the treatment of the chronically homeless.
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2017-06-14
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RIH6262IntroRequires managed care organizations to consult with the EOHHS to develop incentives for nursing facilities that demonstrate lower direct care staff turnover.
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2017-06-14
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RIH6289IntroAuthorizes HHS to apply for waivers to assure for housing, healthcare, and mental and behavioral health care services for the homeless.
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2017-06-14
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RIS0286EngrossProvides up to thirty (30) paid days in a calendar year to serve as an organ donor for state and municipal employees.
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2017-06-09
To House Finance Committee
RIH5328IntroExempts the trade-in value of pickup trucks under eight thousand one hundred pounds (8,100 lbs.) gross weight, used exclusively for personal use, from sales tax.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH6148IntroAllows Rhode Island personal income taxpayers to deduct from their adjusted gross income all medical and dental expenses incurred and allowed by the Internal Revenue Service.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5564IntroProhibits state, general contractors, and construction managers from withholding a retainer of more than five percent (5%) from public works contracts.
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2017-06-08
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RIH5504IntroGrants an annual increase of three percent (3%) cost-of-living retirement adjustment on the first fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) of a retiree's annual allowance.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5803IntroAuthorizes the Quonset development corporation to borrow up to one million dollars ($1,000,000) for operational purposes, the debt would not be a debt of the state and would be secured only by the Quonset development corporation's assets.
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2017-06-08
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RIH5852IntroRequires approval by the general assembly to implement eminent domain proceedings for certain types of proposed development plans.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5802IntroRequires that the division of planning create a checklist of environmental and energy issues that certain state construction projects which cost in excess of ten million dollars ($10,000,000) would need to consider and address.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5851IntroRequires general assembly approval for construction on or development of certain classes of state-owned properties.
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2017-06-08
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RIH5978IntroSuspends any payments due to MBTA or its operating subcontractor for so long as either is in default on the South County operating agreement.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5910IntroProvides that the aggregate value of approved historic tax credits shall not exceed the amount of $150,000,000 together with the amounts available in the historic preservation tax credit fund.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5078IntroChanges the period of time required for occupancy for transient lodging accommodations from 30 days to 6 days.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH6126IntroExtends from June 30, 2017 to June 30, 2018, the formula for the distribution of the proceeds of the hotel tax in accordance with the percentages for returns and tax payments received on or before December 31, 2015.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5333IntroExempts all military pension income from personal income tax for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2017.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5502IntroJoint Resolution Approving Project Status For Remediation And/or Monitoring Of The Truk-away Landfill Suspected Hazardous Waste Disposal Site Located In The City Of Warwick
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIS0270IntroEstablishes aging/disability resource center within division of elderly affairs as part of long-term care system for elderly/disabled persons/family caregivers/providers and makes annual appropriation in the sum of $1,000,000 to establish the center.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5567IntroRaises the jurors' fees for each day's attendance on the superior court to twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per day commencing July 1, 2018 and increases to thirty-five dollars ($35.00) per day commencing July 1, 2019 and thereafter.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5198IntroPermits the recipients of general or an "Undesirable - Class I or II Homosexual" discharges to qualify for state veterans' benefits when the discharge was based on the veteran's sexual orientation.
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2017-06-08
To House Finance Committee
RIH5561IntroRequires the department to establish a database which monitors copayments owed by families receiving child care assistance. There is no cost to certified family-child care providers and a reasonable fee to providers not receiving payments.
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2017-06-07
To House Finance Committee
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