Rhode Island Senator Elizabeth Crowley [D]

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RIS0448EngrossProhibits a person who is under the age of eighteen (18) to work or volunteer in the medical settings including mental health and behavioral health care facilities for any deaf and hard of hearing clients or patients.
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2019-06-14
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0474IntroAllows local boards of canvassers to combine voting districts in special elections for approval/rejection of questions or when no officials will be elected or in primary elections only with board of election approval.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0610IntroCreates a new process with standards to be utilized when deciding whether an applicant's past criminal contacts' convictions should disqualify them from receiving a government issued license.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
Scheduled for consideration (06/18/2019)
RIS0611EngrossProvides that a voter may use proof of identity which expired no more than six (6) months prior to voting.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0574IntroAdds the multi-disciplinary maternal mortality review committee to the review of the office of state medical examiners and extend certain immunities and confidentiality agreements to multi-disciplinary teams.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
Scheduled for consideration (06/18/2019)
RIS0676IntroExpands the provisions requiring the reporting of immunization status and any other relevant information to adults, not just children, and requires the department of health to include routine adult immunization in the department’s immunization prog...
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
Scheduled for consideration (06/18/2019)
RIS0668IntroProvides a tax credit for qualified investments in "opportunity zones" as defined by federal law and located in Rhode Island.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0673IntroAuthorizes state and local incremental tax revenues generated in the arts district, the growth center district and the ballpark district in the city of Pawtucket to be allocated to finance improvements in the districts.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 18]
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0799IntroProhibits insurer from denying application/exclude/limit coverage under any life insurance policy based solely on prescription to carry or possess naloxone.
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2019-06-14
[Hearing: Jun 19]
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0141IntroRequires health insurance to provide coverage for communication access between deaf patients and their physicians.
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2019-06-13
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0305IntroProvides conditions to lawfully permit a state employee to be employed as an interpreter or a CART provider outside of the normal working hours.
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2019-06-13
Placed on Senate Calendar (06/19/2019)
RIS0265IntroRepeals requirement that persons between 16 and 21 who cannot speak, read or write English to attend classes until they learn (minimum 200 hours). Also repeals fines and institutional commitment for failure to take such classes.
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2019-06-13
Placed on Senate Calendar (06/18/2019)
RIS0416IntroRequires 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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2019-06-13
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0418IntroCreates a tax on sugary drinks and creates a dedicated revenue source for programs designed to benefit public health.
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2019-06-13
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0029EngrossRaises the juror's fees for each day's attendance on the superior court from $15.00 per day to $25.00 per day commencing July 1, 2020, and increase to $35.00 per day commencing July 1, 2021 and thereafter.
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2019-06-12
To House Finance Committee
RIS0086EngrossAllows jurors to donate their juror fees to the state. Any such donation would be deposited into the general fund.
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2019-06-12
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0967PassSenate Resolution Expressing Condolences On The Passing Of Allen R. "al" Southwick
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2019-06-12
Senate read and passed
RIS0128IntroJoint Resolution Making An Appropriation Of $100,000 To Year Up Providence (authorizes The Appropriation Of The Sum Of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) To Year Up Providence.)
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2019-06-11
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0434IntroProvides 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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2019-06-11
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0297IntroAuthorizes the establishment of harm reduction centers.
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2019-06-07
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0500IntroExtends monitoring of hospital conversions from 3 to 5 years/increases fine for violations from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000/simplifies judicial review.
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2019-06-07
To House Finance Committee
RIS0048IntroEstablishes personal income tax credit for persons incurring expenses caring for relative requiring assistance with daily living activities certified by a licensed physician for tax years from/after 12/31/19.
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2019-06-06
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0331EngrossProhibits discrimination in housing against those persons who have a lawful source of income.
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2019-06-06
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0476EngrossExpands jurisdiction of the family court related to custody or guardianship of immigrant children to include immigrant persons between 18 years and 21 years of age for purposes of abuse and neglect determinations in accordance with federal law.
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2019-06-06
To House Judiciary Committee
RIS0960IntroExpands certain rights of persons with developmental disabilities.
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2019-06-06
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0138IntroRestores provisions of chapter 16.2 of title 23 as well as all of chapter 16.3 of title 23, which were repealed or deleted in the 2015 Budget Act, relating to definitions, licensing, and the operation of medical laboratories.
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2019-06-05
To House Health, Education and Welfare Committee
RIS0220IntroTax credit for opportunity zone in investment in Pawtucket
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2019-06-05
To Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee
RIS0542IntroFurnishes financial support for planning/implementation of effective community schools that would provide students with equitable access to high-quality education.
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2019-06-05
To Senate Education Committee
RIS0941IntroRequires the department of education to create a model policy/timeline to assist school districts in implementing a dual language immersion program. This model policy and timeline would be sent to the president of the senate and the speaker of the ho...
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2019-06-05
To Senate Education Committee
RIS0140IntroRequires movie theaters to provide open captioning for persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0142IntroIncreases insurance coverage for hearing aids from $1,500 to $2,000, per ear, every three years. In addition, the amount of insurance coverage would no longer be based on the age of the recipient.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0630PassValidates and ratify amendments to the Home Rule Charter of the city of Central Falls which were adopted and approved by the electors of the city on November 6, 2018.
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2019-05-30
Effective without Governor's signature
RIS0926PassSenate Resolution In Recognition Of The National Housing Week Of Action From May 30 To June 5, 2019
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2019-05-30
Senate read and passed
RIS0935IntroAmends definition of educational institutions and defines neighborhood. Prohibits level 3 sex offender from living within 1500 feet from schools, prohibits level 3 offender from moving back to neighborhood where offense was committed.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS0927IntroProvides students attending public schools enrolled in grades K-12 with a student's bill of rights prohibiting discrimination based on race, sex, gender, economic status or mental, physical, developmental or sensory disabilities.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Education Committee
RIS0929IntroMandates blood testing services coverage by accident/sickness/nonprofit hospital/nonprofit medical service corporation/HMOs effective 1/1/20.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0930IntroIncreases the state board of pharmacy from nine (9) to eleven (11) members by adding two (2) pharmacy technicians.
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2019-05-30
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0210IntroRelieves Central Falls from reimbursing state for expenses related to fiscal stability act, expenses related to Central Falls school district bankruptcy proceeding, expenses of Moreau v Flanders, or expenses incurred after termination of the receiver...
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2019-05-29
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0445IntroProhibits insurance companies from varying the premium rates charged for a health coverage plan based on the gender of the individual policy holder, enrollee, subscriber, or member. Effective 1/1/2021.
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2019-05-29
To House Corporations Committee
RIS0922PassSenate Resolution Extending Condolences On The Passing Of Tina-marie Sullivan
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2019-05-29
Senate read and passed
RIS0060IntroRelieves Central Falls from reimbursing state for expenses related to fiscal stability act, expenses related to Central Falls school district bankruptcy proceeding, expenses of Moreau v Flanders, or expenses incurred after termination of receivership...
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2019-05-28
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0282IntroExpands the tiered-rate structure for childcare assistance program to meet federal benchmark for access to high-quality childcare for all age groups of children.
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2019-05-28
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0671IntroEstablishes a Pawtucket-Central Falls station redevelopment district and provides that tax credits may be available for certain projects located in the district for an amount not to exceed 50% of the project cost.
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2019-05-28
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0896IntroDirects the executive office of health and human services to adopt a Medicaid fee for services and reimbursement rate for non-emergency medical transportation service providers.
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2019-05-28
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS0595IntroProvides that gun dealers on a monthly basis shall report a summary of all gun sales and transfers to the Rhode Island state police.
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2019-05-25
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS0062IntroRequires municipalities to exempt from taxation the real property of a surviving spouse of a law enforcement officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty, who occupies the real property as their principal place of residence.
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2019-05-21
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS0879PassSenate Resolution Recognizing Ricardo PatiÑo For His Many Years Of Service To The State Of Rhode Island And Congratulating Him On The Occasion Of His Retirement
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2019-05-16
Senate read and passed
RIS0877PassSenate Resolution Extending Heartfelt Condolences On The Passing Of Sanford Tully
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2019-05-15
Senate read and passed
RIS0876PassSenate Resolution Congratulating Colonel Daniel J. Barzykowski On Being Named The Police Chief Of The Central Falls Police Department
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2019-05-15
Senate read and passed
RIS0169IntroEnds Rhode Island's "employment-at-will" legal doctrine, provides job protection for employees that satisfactorily perform their duties provides specific remedies for wrongful discharge.
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2019-05-09
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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