Rhode Island Representative Edward Cardillo [D]

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RIH6188PassProvides that if an insurance company is unable to obtain a certificate of title for a vehicle, the insurance company or its agent may apply for and obtain, free and clear of all liens and claims of ownership, a salvage certificate of title.
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2021-07-20
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6378PassProvides that the time of the city of Woonsocket's first statistical update following the 2017 revaluation would be extended from 2020 to 2021 and be based on the valuations as of December 31, 2021.
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2021-07-14
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6444PassAmends the public law establishing the Smithfield Land Trust by requiring a four-fifths (4/5) affirmative vote of the town council to dispose of land that no longer meets the needs of the trust.
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2021-07-14
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6431PassExcludes municipal and government bodies that aggregate electrical loads for residential retail customers from the requirement that a new contract is required when there is a change of terms for electric-generation services.
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2021-07-13
Signed by Governor
RIH6433PassExempts volunteer fire companies under the supervision/control/or jurisdiction of another public body from certain posting requirements of the open meetings act, unless any discussions during a meeting relate to the finances of the volunteer fire com...
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2021-07-10
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6460PassAllows Christopher B. Maselli to join Lisa M. Rocchio and Lorenzo Marinelli in marriage on or about September 10, 2021, within the Town of Cumberland, Rhode Island.
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2021-07-10
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6039PassExtends the manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption.
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH6420PassTo Vacate The Forfeiture Or Revocation Of The Charter Of Diversified Roofing Systems, Inc.
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2021-07-07
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH6066VetoRequires the electric distribution company to report interconnection studies and not charge more than actual costs for the studies.
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2021-07-06
Vetoed by Governor
RIH5768PassAmends the registration and licensure requirements of roofing contractors.
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2021-07-01
Signed by Governor
RIH5962Engross

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Provides that a lessee of a motor vehicle who purchases the vehicle within one year of the lease inception or any renewal thereof shall be exempt from certain registration transfer provisions.
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2021-06-29
House passed Sub A
RIH6274Engross

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Extends from twenty (20) days to thirty (30) days, the period of time that a newly purchased motor vehicle may be temporarily operated, using the purchaser's current licenses plates.
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2021-06-25
To Senate Special Legislation and Veterans Affairs Committee
RIH6436Intro

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Establish group for placement of solar panels on inter-state highways, would use America Rescue Plan Act of 2021 for funding.
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2021-06-16
To House Finance Committee
RIH5586PassIncludes the real and tangible personal property of St. John Baptist De La Salle Institute, d/b/a La Salle Academy, a Rhode Island domestic nonprofit corporation, located in Providence, Rhode Island, on the list of properties exempt from taxation.
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2021-06-01
Signed by Governor
RIH6287Intro

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Modifies the foundation level of support required of municipalities, excluding funds received by the school district from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, in connection with relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2021-05-27
To House Finance Committee
RIH5606Intro

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Exempts 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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2021-05-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH6338Intro

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Requires that the state be solely responsible for the costs of students enrolled in career and technical education (CTE) and vocational programs outside their district.
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2021-05-20
To House Finance Committee
RIH6207Intro

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Excludes $10,200 of unemployment compensation from income for tax payer/married couple with adjusted gross income less than $150,000 retroactive to 2020 tax year only.
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2021-05-04
To House Finance Committee
RIH6295PassHouse Resolution Commemorating May 4, 2021, As "world Asthma Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
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2021-05-04
House read and passed
RIH6216Intro

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Renames state airport from "T.F. Green state airport" to "Providence T.F. Green International Airport"
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2021-04-28
To House Corporations Committee
RIH6245PassHouse Resolution Proclaiming April Of 2021, To Be "alcohol Awareness Month" In The State Of Rhode Island
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2021-04-15
House read and passed
RIH6192Intro

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Allows "Disabled Veterans" as defined in ยง 31-6-8 to apply for as many registration plates desired for vehicles they own.
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2021-04-12
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH6170Intro

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Exempts from taxation any loan forgiveness under the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
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2021-04-07
To House Finance Committee
RIH5558Intro

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Allows those persons with concealed carry permits issued by other states to carry upon their person weapons in Rhode Island provided that the issuing state recognizes and gives reciprocity to RI permit holders.
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2021-03-19
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5730Intro

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Authorizes the attorney general to enter into a reciprocal agreement with Massachusetts and/or Connecticut for handgun permits.
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2021-03-19
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5735Intro

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Requires any person recording an oral communication, whether in person, telephonically or otherwise, to inform the other party or parties that the communications are being recorded.
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2021-03-17
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5607Intro

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Waives primary care provider referral requirement to health care professional or specialist under certain conditions effective January 1, 2022.
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2021-03-16
To House Health & Human Services Committee
RIH6134PassHouse Resolution Commemorating The Celebration Of St. Joseph's Day
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2021-03-16
House read and passed
RIH5634Intro

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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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2021-03-12
To House Municipal Government & Housing Committee
RIH5691Intro

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Gives Rhode Island businesses bidders on municipal contracts a priority if their bid is within three percent (3%) of the lowest bidder as long as the contract is not funded by federal money.
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2021-03-12
To House Municipal Government & Housing Committee
RIH5682Intro

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Requires 12% interest per year on improperly billed maintenance fees reimbursed to veterans.
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2021-03-11
To House Finance Committee
RIH5562Intro

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Prohibits the department of motor vehicles from placing on a motorist's driving record, a traffic violation which fine has been paid no longer than thirty (30) days after its issuance. This procedure would only be utilized twice per year
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2021-03-10
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH5608Intro

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Allows Rhode Island titled vehicles to be allowed to be registered online by the division of motor vehicles. Further, this allows all vehicles purchased from a Rhode Island car dealer to be registered online.
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2021-03-10
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH5992Intro

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Provides a rebuttable defense if any person shall die or sustain a personal injury while committing any violent criminal offense that individual is lawfully in a place they have a right to be, and acted in self-defense and reasonable belief of harm.
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2021-03-09
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5516Intro

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Authorizes Providence to have elected school committee effective July 1, 2025 subject to approval of electors at general / special election held prior to July 1, 2025
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2021-03-03
To House Education Committee
RIH5538Intro

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Amends the fine imposed for a first offense for failure to maintain financial security, to a maximum of one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125).
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2021-03-02
To House Finance Committee
RIH5603Intro

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Allows holders of a Class P license to purchase alcoholic beverages from either a retail or wholesale establishment in the state of Rhode Island.
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2021-03-02
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5813Intro

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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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2021-03-02
To House Finance Committee
RIH5583Intro

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Grants unpaid pregnancy leave to part-time workers, would clarify their access to unpaid sick leave during their pregnancy, and would provide additional protections for pregnant workers who work in the medical field.
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2021-03-01
To House Labor Committee
RIH5946PassHouse Resolution Commemorating "health Care Workers Appreciation Day" On March 1, 2021, In The State Of Rhode Island
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2021-02-25
House read and passed
RIH5096Intro

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Requires the secretary of state to conduct a special election to fill a vacancy in the office of the lieutenant governor whenever eighteen (18) months or more remain in the four (4) year term of office.
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2021-02-02
To House State Government & Elections Committee
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