Rhode Island Representative Mary Messier [D]

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RIH5164Intro
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Mandates credit card companies that collect any sales, hotel, or meals taxes for the state/any other tax for the state/ any tax for a municipality within the state to provide the dollar amount of the tax to the state or the municipality within 48 hou...
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2023-01-19
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5160Intro
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Repeals the provisions of the general laws allowing deferred deposit providers, also known as "payday lenders."
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2023-01-19
To House Corporations Committee
RIH5189Intro
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Joint Resolution To Approve And Publish And Submit To The Electors A Proposition Of Amendment To The Constitution Of The State-of Elections And Campaign Finance (proposes A Constitutional Amendment Authorizing Four (4) Year Terms For Members Of The G...
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2023-01-19
To House State Government & Elections Committee
RIH5180Intro
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Recognizes that municipal employees have the opportunity to utilize interest arbitration and would establish new factors for the arbitrators to consider. These factors include comparisons of wages/hourly conditions of employment in similarly skilled ...
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2023-01-19
To House Labor Committee
RIH5118Intro
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Exempts real and tangible personal property of a municipal and school district employee, with ten (10) years of employment, at a rate of fifty percent (50%) of the property tax bill or $5,000, whichever is greater.
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2023-01-12
To House Municipal Government & Housing Committee
RIH5093Intro
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For purposes of teachers' retirement benefits, amends the definition "former spouse divorced" to include someone who was married to a deceased member 10+ yrs & deceased member was required by court order to contribute support post-divorce.
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2023-01-12
To House Finance Committee
RIH5092Intro
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Allows teachers, state and municipal employees to retire upon the earlier of reaching age sixty (60) with thirty (30) years of service or the employee's retirement eligibility date under present state statutes.
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2023-01-12
To House Finance Committee
RIH5043Intro
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Provides that adjunct faculty members at any state college or university who teach at least 50% of the hours regularly worked by full-time faculty in a semester would be eligible for the same medical benefits as other state employees.
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2023-01-11
To House Finance Committee
RIH5028PassHouse Resolution Expressing Deepest Condolences On The Passing Of Angela Panichas
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2023-01-10
House read and passed
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