Rhode Island Representative Joshua Giraldo [D] | Bills

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RIH6454PassRequires that penalties or restitution payments for larceny of a campaign account or campaign expenditure reporting violations be deposited into the Rhode Island crime victim compensation program fund and not into the candidate's campaign account.
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2021-07-13
Signed by Governor
RIH5270PassCreates the Human Trafficking Reporting and Prevention Act applicable to hotels, requiring them to educate their employees about identifying, reporting and preventing human trafficking, on their premises.
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH5698PassSEE TITLE 16 CHAPTER 97 -- THE RHODE ISLAND BOARD OF EDUCATION ACT) (Requires all public schools to send out written invitations to all parents, guardians or caretakers of students inviting those parents, guardians or caretakers to an orientation at ...
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH5697PassRequires implementation of education courses in African American history in elementary and secondary schools in Rhode Island commencing in the 2022-2023 school year.
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH6408PassAuthorizes the Central Falls to issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $5,760,000 to finance the construction, renovation, improvement, alteration, repair, furnishing and equipping of schools and school facilities in the city.
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH6469PassAmends definition of dating violence to include abusive, coercive behaviors used to exert control and power and provides that abuse may be physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, financial, or psychological and includes threats, isolation, and intimidat...
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2021-07-09
Signed by Governor
RIH6119PassImposes one year moratorium on enforcement of municipal ordinance or zoning requirement that penalizes owners of food service establishments/bars for modifications/alternations to their premises in response to an emergency declaration.
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2021-07-08
Signed by Governor
RIH5228PassRaises 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, 2022, and increase to $35.00 per day commencing July 1, 2023, and thereafter.
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2021-07-06
Signed by Governor
RIH5585PassRepeals § 5-3-7 of the general laws which gives the director of the department of labor and training the authority to exempt certain classes of employees from receiving overtime pay for Sunday and holiday work.
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2021-07-06
Signed by Governor
RIH5733PassAllows jurors to donate their juror fees to the state. Any such donation would be deposited into a restricted receipt account in the general fund and shall be allocated to the Rhode Island Veterans Home Community Living Center.
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2021-07-01
Signed by Governor
RIH5781Engross

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Creates Elected/Appointed Minority Officials Commission to create record of minority officials from 1636 to present.
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2021-07-01
House passed Sub A
RIH5746Engross

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Provides an exception to the requirements of competitive sealed bidding for local, minority and woman-owned business enterprises.
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2021-07-01
House passed Sub A
RIH6079PassISAAC'S LAW) (Prohibits discrimination against a potential organ transplant recipient based solely on a physical or mental disability.
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2021-06-30
Signed by Governor
RIH6370Intro

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Authorizes the director of the department of business regulation to license the cultivation and sale of marijuana.
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2021-06-29
To House Finance Committee
RIH6458Intro

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Reduces the appoint the historian laureate from a five (5) year term to a two (2) year term, and requires the historian laureate to develop and implement programs about pertinent aspects of Rhode Island history.
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2021-06-22
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH6455Intro

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Makes the hate crime sentencing enhancement applicable to petty misdemeanors.
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2021-06-22
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5522Engross

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Establishes a process for CCRI, RIC and URI to accept for college credit an advanced placement subject test score of three (3) ("qualified") or better in an advanced placement course.
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2021-06-09
Committee heard
RIH5714Intro

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Expands the Rite Track Program to provide health care coverage to children up to age nineteen (19) funded by federal funds, if available, or if not available, by state funds.
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2021-06-09
To House Finance Committee
RIH5491PassRequires the council on elementary and secondary education, in consultation with the Rhode Island department of education, to develop and approve statewide academic standards for the instruction of consumer education in public high schools.
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2021-06-01
Signed by Governor
RIH6124Intro

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Exempts active members of the retirement system employed as a state public safety professional and/or a municipal police officer from the cost to purchase credit for military service and interest charges.
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2021-05-27
To House Finance Committee
RIH6358Intro

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Provides that portions of the city of Central Falls would be included within the Pawtucket Downtown Redevelopment Project.
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2021-05-27
To House Finance Committee
RIH5686Intro

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Repeals the provisions of the general laws allowing deferred deposit providers, also known as "payday lenders."
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2021-05-25
To House Finance Committee
RIH5955Intro

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Protects food security and creates agricultural jobs and opportunities with the goal of creating food security. Employs several mechanisms to do so, including the creation of the agriculture jobs bureau, to be located within the division of agricultu...
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2021-05-25
To House Finance Committee
RIH6249PassIncreases partial unemployment benefits by disregarding an amount of earnings when calculating weekly benefit rate with expiration date of 6/30/22.
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2021-05-21
Signed by Governor
RIH6337Intro

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Requires the transacting parties/new hospital seeking conversion to supply additional information in application for review by the DOH/DAG relating to staffing levels/pension plans/community impact.
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2021-05-20
To House Corporations Committee
RIH6268Intro

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Increases reimbursement rates for behavioral health providers over a five (5) year period. The minimum increase per year would be four percent (4%) resulting in a total increase of twenty-three and four tenths percent (23.4%).
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2021-05-13
To House Finance Committee
RIH6137PassAllows Christina Marie Tucciarone to join the Honorable Leonela Felix and Gregory Donald Kowalski in marriage on or about June 12, 2021, within the City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
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2021-05-11
Signed by Governor
RIH6312Intro

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Provides that scholarships received directly from the College Crusade Scholarship Program would not be considered financial aid pursuant to the Rhode Island Promise Scholarships, and provides the program with access to certain student data.
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2021-05-07
To House Education Committee
RIH5227Intro

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Adds one new income tax bracket for purposes of state income taxation.
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2021-05-06
To House Finance Committee
RIH5477PassAuthorizes the town of Cumberland to issue general obligation bonds and notes not to exceed $2,500,000 for the development/improvement/repair/alteration/construction/renovation/equipping of recreational areas and facilities in the town.
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2021-04-23
Effective without Governor's signature
RIH5257PassProhibits discrimination in housing against those persons who have a lawful source of income.
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2021-04-15
Signed by Governor
RIH6152Intro

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Amends law enforcement officers' bill of rights.
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2021-04-13
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH6153Intro

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Amends the law enforcement officers' bill of rights to provide greater accountability in the disciplinary process over law enforcement officers.
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2021-04-13
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5273Intro

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DBR to conduct social/racial equity analysis on issuance of business licenses to include license to sell marijuana.
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2021-04-12
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH5683Intro

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Reduces the eligibility requirement for many prospective members of the Rhode Island Works' Program making it easier for some to qualify for its benefits.
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2021-04-08
To House Finance 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
RIH5309Intro

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Imposes a moratorium on non-essential evictions/mortgage foreclosures during a state of emergency declared by the governor relating to residential property and establishes an eviction diversion program to resolve landlord-tenant eviction disputes.
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2021-03-31
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5837Intro

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Allows high school students receiving state Silver/Gold Seal of Biliteracy to earn 2 to 4 semesters of college credit toward minor/major in language at public university/community college if requested within 3 yrs. after high school graduation.
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2021-03-31
To House Education Committee
RIH5838Intro

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Establishes concurrent enrollment courses for students enrolled in accelerated world language courses thereby allowing the students to earn credits towards a degree at a state university while contemporaneously earning credits towards high school dip...
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2021-03-31
To House Education Committee
RIH5381Intro

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Requires firearm sellers to require purchaser to execute medical authorization/release form for release of records relating to addiction/alcoholism/mental health illness for a period of five (5) years.
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2021-03-19
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5556Intro

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Bans the possession, sale, and transfer of assault weapons.
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2021-03-19
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5305Intro

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Driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants.
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2021-03-17
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5734Intro

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Prohibits a landlord from asking about the immigration status of a tenant, prospective tenant, occupant, or prospective occupant of residential rental property.
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2021-03-17
To House Judiciary Committee
RIH5713Intro

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Requires that one third of all Rhode Island teachers, for the next three years, be trained in the basic emergency and response skills curriculum ("BEARS"), specifically in hand-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Heimlich maneuver, and bleeding contr...
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2021-03-17
To House Education Committee
RIH5776Intro

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Prohibits financial institutions from investing in private detention centers or continuing to invest with any institution, company or subsidiary of a company that owns or contracts with a government entity to manage or run a prison.
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2021-03-16
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5708Intro

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Requires health insurance contract plans or policies to provide coverage for a backup battery for at-home medical devices.
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2021-03-16
To House Health & Human Services Committee
RIH5772Intro

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Requires the health insurance commissioner to adopt a uniform set of medical criteria for prior authorization and create a required form to be used by a health insurer.
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2021-03-16
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5777Intro

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Requires businesses to be notified of any regulatory changes which materially impact the business.
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2021-03-16
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5775Intro

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Requires motor vehicle parking spaces specifically designed for persons transporting young children under the age of three (3) and baby strollers.
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2021-03-16
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5751Intro

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Provides for a safety inspection of the Wyatt Detention Facility twice a year.
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2021-03-15
To House State Government & Elections Committee
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