Rhode Island General Assembly

75 Representatives
  • 66 Democrats
  • 9 Republicans
38 Senators
  • 33 Democrats
  • 5 Republicans


Recently Introduced

HB 5952

AN ACT RELATING TO SOLEMNIZATION OF MARRIAGES (Allows the honorable John G. Edwards to join Kelsey Kristine Edwards and David M. Coletta in marriage on or about October 23, 2021, within the City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island.)

HR 5953

HOUSE RESOLUTION CREATING A SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION TO STUDY THE LOW AND MODERATE INCOME HOUSING ACT (Creates a 16 member commission to study implementation of the Low and Moderate Income Housing Act, and who would report back to the House of Representatives by December 16, 2021, and expire on April 17, 2022.)

HR 5950

HOUSE RESOLUTION CREATING A SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION TO STUDY THE ENTIRE AREA OF LAND USE, PRESERVATION, DEVELOPMENT, HOUSING, ENVIRONMENT, AND REGULATION (Creates a legislative commission to study the entire areas of land use, preservation, production, development, housing, environment and regulation, and would report back to the House of Representatives on or before 4/30/22 and would expire on 6/30/22.)

HB 5954

AN ACT RELATING TO TAXATION -- LEVY AND ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL TAXES (Makes permanent the exemption from taxation for certain residential property developments which have not been completed or, if completed, have not been sold and occupied.)

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Recently Passed

HR 5949

House Resolution Expressing Deepest Condolences On The Passing Of Charles Moran, Jr.

HR 5946

House Resolution Commemorating "Health Care Workers Appreciation Day" On March 1, 2021, In The State Of Rhode Island

HR 5947

House Resolution Commemorating The 177Th Anniversary Of Dominican Republic Independence On February 27, 2021

HR 5948

House Resolution Respectfully Requesting The Department Of Health To Establish Guidelines And Protocols For Administering Vaccines To A Maximum Of Two Parents/Legal Guardians Of Children Undergoing Chemotherapy, And One Caregiver Of An Adult Undergoing Chemotherapy In Order To Ensure The Safety Of The Patient

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Regular Session 1492
2020 Regular Session 2134
2019 Regular Session 2313
2018 Regular Session 2385
2017 Regular Session 2417


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