SB 34

  • Rhode Island Senate Bill
  • 2021 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Jan 19, 2021
  • Passed Senate Jun 30, 2021
  • Passed House Jul 01, 2021
  • Signed by Governor Jul 09, 2021

AN ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION -- HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PUPILS (Allows students in public schools to possess and use sunscreen without a physician's note or prescription, if the product is regulated by the FDA for over-the-counter use.)

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Jul 09, 2021

Office of the Governor

07/09/2021 Signed by Governor

Jul 07, 2021

Office of the Governor

07/07/2021 Transmitted to Governor

Jul 01, 2021

House

07/01/2021 House passed Sub A in concurrence

House

07/01/2021 Placed on the House Consent Calendar (07/01/2021)

Jun 30, 2021

Senate

06/30/2021 Senate passed Sub A

Jun 28, 2021

Rhode Island General Assembly

06/28/2021 Committee recommends passage of Sub A

Senate

06/28/2021 Placed on Senate Calendar (06/30/2021)

Jun 27, 2021

Rhode Island General Assembly

06/27/2021 Proposed Substitute

Jun 25, 2021

Rhode Island General Assembly

06/25/2021 Scheduled for consideration (06/28/2021)

Rhode Island General Assembly

06/25/2021 Meeting postponed (06/30/2021)

Rhode Island General Assembly

06/25/2021 Scheduled for consideration

Mar 24, 2021

Rhode Island General Assembly

03/24/2021 Committee recommended measure be held for further study

Mar 19, 2021

Rhode Island General Assembly

03/19/2021 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration (03/24/2021)

Jan 19, 2021

Senate

01/19/2021 Introduced, referred to Senate Education

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