Rhode Island General Assembly

75 Representatives
  • 65 Democrats
  • 9 Republicans
  • 1 Independent
38 Senators
  • 33 Democrats
  • 5 Republicans


Recently Introduced

HB 5267

AN ACT RELATING TO ELECTIONS -- RHODE ISLAND RESTORATION OF VOTING RIGHTS ACT (Provides that any person convicted of sedition, insurrection, or rebellion, would be prohibited from being an elector, and from being a candidate for public office.)

HB 5260

AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES -- ACTIONS BY AND AGAINST TOWNS (Requires a municipality to disclose on their official website the specific issues, details and costs of any legal action of which the town or city is a named defendant.)

HB 5253

AN ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION -- RHODE ISLAND PREKINDERGARTEN EDUCATION ACT (Requires the department of education to provide a statewide, universal prekindergarten, early childhood education program for all three (3), four (4) and five (5)-year-old children by September 1, 2025.)

HB 5254

AN ACT RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES -- MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (Would extend Medicaid and CHIP assistance to certain individuals which assistance was lost through to January 1, 2024.)

View more bills

Recently Passed

HR 5245

House Resolution Congratulating Roger Richards, Jr., On His Retirement From The Rhode Island Air National Guard After Two Decades Of Honorable And Meritorious Military Service To Our Nation And The State Of Rhode Island

HR 5248

House Resolution Honoring And Thanking Michael A. Dilauro, Esq. On The Occasion Of His Retirement

HR 5244

House Resolution Congratulating Providence Police Chief Hugh T. Clements Jr., On Being Appointed To Direct The Federal Government’S Community Policing Programs And Thanking Him For More Than Thirty-Seven Years Of Distinguished Public Service To The Citizens Of Providence And The State Of Rhode Island

HR 5249

House Resolution Expressing Condolences

View more bills

Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2023 Regular Session 314
2022 Regular Session 2533
2021 Regular Session 2506
2020 Regular Session 2134
2019 Regular Session 2313
2018 Regular Session 2385
2017 Regular Session 2417


Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Rhode Island General Assembly.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.