Rhode Island Senator Jessica de la Cruz [R]

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RIS2664Engross
50%
Provides identity theft protections by requiring reporting of breaches by certain municipal and state agencies, and requires notice to collective bargaining agents where required and requires an explanation of remediation services.
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2022-05-18
To House Innovation, Internet, & Technology Committee
RIS2064Intro
25%
Raises the amount of life insurance the state would provide at no charge to Rhode Island National Guard members called up for federal duty to five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
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2022-05-17
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS2312Intro
25%
Provides that in determining local school aid, the state would annually provide each community no less than an amount equal to the aid given in the preceding fiscal year.
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2022-05-17
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS2586Engross
50%
Requires any request for proposal issued by the state may not be changed unless the request for proposal is cancelled and reissued as a master price agreement.
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2022-05-13
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIS2601Engross
50%
Establishes review requirements for request for proposals by chief purchasing officer with duty to ensure no conflicts or appearance of conflicts of interest exist between members of technology evaluation committee/state.
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2022-05-13
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIS2396Intro
25%
Prohibits the tax sale of properties when litigation is pending disputing the amount owed.
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2022-05-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2230Intro
25%
Expands the deinstitutionalization subsidy aid program in the department of behavioral healthcare, developmental disabilities and hospitals to include adoptive parent(s) or siblings(s) and allows them to receive a subsidy through the aid program.
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2022-05-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2920PassSenate Resolution Commemorating And Recognizing May 5, 2022, As "national Day Of Prayer" In The State Of Rhode Island
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2022-05-05
Senate read and passed
RIS2125Intro
25%
Exempts full-time members of divisions of the state police, including the capitol police and the sheriff's department from the requirements of § 11-47-35.
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2022-05-03
Committee recommended Substitute A be held for further study
RIS2212Intro
25%
Requires law enforcement agencies to obtain search warrants for electronic information, data, location information and other identifying information of subscribers and customers, except in specified circumstances.
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2022-05-03
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2354Intro
25%
Prohibits the mailing of any mail ballots or mail ballot applications to any voters who did not request them.
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2022-04-28
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2512Intro
25%
Expands the lobbying reform act to apply to persons who lobby municipal government executives and legislative bodies, as well as local fire districts.
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2022-04-28
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2884Intro
25%
Increases managed care hospital rates for obstetrician deliveries at one hundred ten percent (110%) of the Medicaid fee for service (FFS) rate.
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2022-04-28
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS2544Intro
25%
Provides that public engineers and individuals utilizing equipment and performing volunteer services on land trust, conservation, or the individuals' personal property be exempt from the provisions of law relating to licensing of hoisting engineers.
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2022-04-27
To Senate Labor Committee
RIS2392Intro
25%
Increases membership from 3 to 5 members/revises siting process to mandate public/municipal participation.
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2022-04-26
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2324Intro
25%
Provides medical assistance coverage for medical services provided qualifying eligible recipients for community based care.
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2022-04-12
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS2219Intro
25%
Defines any act of sexual penetration or contact perpetrated by an individual with a position of authority upon a person over the age of fourteen (14) and under the age of eighteen (18) as third degree sexual assault.
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2022-04-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2521Intro
25%
Prohibits the distribution, transfer, or possession of any material that depicts a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct and is obscene and lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.
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2022-04-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2534Intro
25%
Allows the possession of a used catalytic converter to be used as evidence of guilt that said catalytic converter was stolen.
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2022-04-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2836PassSenate Resolution Proclaiming April Of 2022, To Be "parkinson's Awareness Month" In The State Of Rhode Island
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2022-04-05
Senate read and passed
RIS2218Intro
25%
Provides for a cause of action against an individual or entity that prohibits the possession of firearms on real property, except residences, by an individual that is authorized and licensed to carry a firearm.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2361Intro
25%
Provides the review and appeal process for individuals applying for a permit or license to carry with the licensing authority or attorney general.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2378Intro
25%
Permits Rhode Island residents, twenty-one (21) years of age or older, to carry a concealed handgun, without a permit.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2376Intro
25%
Exempts from "public records" availability, all those documents, evidence and records of proceedings considered by the "relief from disqualifiers board and appellate courts" involving request for relief from firearm prohibitions.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2377Intro
25%
Allows reciprocal concealed carry permits from out of state to be valid in Rhode Island, which is either authorized by the attorney general or subject to other reciprocal restrictions.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2393Intro
25%
Allows a person over eighteen (18) to purchase, carry, conceal, possess, use or attempt to use a stun gun for self defense. Additionally, establishes no duty to retreat when using a stun gun for self defense of the person or a third party.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2403Intro
25%
Allows an individual to lawfully possess a device that would silence the sound of a natural report of a rifle or shotgun to hunt game, as long as the host rifle or shotgun is allowed.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2359Intro
25%
Prohibits the sale or possession of firearm silencers unless the person complies with federal law in the sale, possession and use.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2542Intro
25%
Requires that whenever a person is charged with possession of a firearm with alteration of identification marks, the alteration would create a rebuttable presumption that the person is a danger to the safety of the community.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2540Intro
25%
Allows the taking of any wild bird by using a crossbow in addition to the weapons spelled out in this section.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2541Intro
25%
Amends various laws related to firearms.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2543Intro
25%
Defines suitable person and establishes reasons for applying for carry permit, establishes what information is required on applications, establishes appeal process if application denied and provides that records are not public.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2523Intro
25%
Defines taser and stun gun under § 11-47-2, provides any person over the age of 18 is permitted to carry a taser without a license and use it in self-defense if they have a reasonable belief that they are in imminent fear of bodily harm.
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2022-03-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2366Intro
25%
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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2022-03-24
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2368Intro
25%
Adds a rebuttable defense if any person shall die or sustain a personal injury while committing robbery of the owner, lessor, or occupant of a motor vehicle and that the owner or occupant of the vehicle acted in self-defense.
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2022-03-24
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2756Intro
25%
Permits certain volunteer firefighters to purchase motor vehicles by utilizing state purchasing provisions.
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2022-03-24
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS2070Intro
25%
Establishes the Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Program for the importation of wholesale prescription drugs from Canada to provide savings to Rhode Island consumers.
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2022-03-22
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS2076Intro
25%
Prohibits the state, ERISA or any health plans to purchase referenced drugs for a cost higher than the referenced rate.
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2022-03-22
To Senate Health and Human Services Committee
RIS2722PassSenate Resolution Congratulating The Burrillville/ponaganset/bay View Co-op Girls Ice Hockey Team On Winning The Rhode Island 2022 Division I State Championship
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2022-03-22
Senate read and passed
RIS2484Intro
25%
Increases the number of days a retired municipal employee could work in a calendar year without interruption of pension benefits to 90 days
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2022-03-16
To Senate Labor Committee
RIS2122Intro
25%
Allows driving and/or operating an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) on public lands that are designated trails for ATVs as provided in the department of environmental management regulations.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2211Intro
25%
Establishes a new fund, with 50% of state motor vehicle registration fees, to be administered by the director of the department of transportation, for municipal road and bridges' maintenance and construction projects.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee
RIS2341Intro
25%
Requires that all maintenance of sidewalks along state highways be the responsibility of the state.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee
RIS2587Intro
25%
Establishes a new program where the per pupil funding, calculated annually by RIDE, would be transferred into a newly created educational funding account run by the children's scholarship fund to pay for educational expenses.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Finance Committee
RIS2626Intro
25%
Requires health care facilities that perform abortions to meet the license requirements of similar health care facilities and allows the department of health to conduct unannounced inspections.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2625Intro
25%
Creates the Rhode Island Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, prohibiting the performance or induction of an abortion of an unborn child capable of feeling pain, unless necessary to prevent serious health risk to the unborn child’s mother.
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2022-03-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2171Intro
25%
Allows for a moment of silence in observation of September 11.
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2022-03-09
To Senate Education Committee
RIS2522Intro
25%
Creates a redistricting commission to act every ten (10) years to adopt a redistricting plan for all general assembly and congressional districts that would require the approval of the general assembly and the governor.
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2022-03-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2526Intro
25%
Joint Resolution To Approve And Publish And Submit To The Electors A Proposition Of Amendment To The Constitution Composition Of The Senate
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2022-03-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
RIS2520Intro
25%
Requires written consent by recipient or parent before vaccine and prohibits discrimination against those who don't vaccinate and fines up to $25,000 for violation. Also prohibits DCYF from investigating for failure to vaccinate.
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2022-03-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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