Rhode Island Bills

sponsored by Robert J. Quattrocchi

Bill Title Introduced↓ Latest Action
HB 5285 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO LABOR AND LABOR RELATIONS -- MECHANICAL TRADES (Authorizes issuance of P.J.F. limited HVAC service person's license upon examination for work on or repair of electric wiring/equipment located on heating/AC systems.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Labor
Feb 01 2023
HB 5301 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO FOOD AND DRUGS -- SANITATION IN FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS (Adds pickles and relish to those foods, not requiring refrigeration, which are permitted to be manufactured and sold as a farm home food product.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Small Business
Feb 01 2023
HB 5293 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES -- ZONING ORDINANCES (Allows the operation of a home-based business, which meets criteria for home office IRS income tax deduction, without securing approval from the municipality with no storage of chemicals/park heavy equipment/not more than 10% of premises used for parking.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Municipal Government & Housing
Feb 01 2023
HB 5321 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO TAXATION -- PERSONAL INCOME TAX (Allows volunteer firefighters who pay for their own training and equipment to receive an income tax credit.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Finance
Feb 01 2023
HB 5303 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT -- INSPECTOR GENERAL (Establishes the office of inspector general as an independent administrative agency charged with the responsibility to investigate, detect, and prevent fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in the expenditure of public funds.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House State Government & Elections
Feb 01 2023
HB 5292 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT -- PUBLIC NOTICE REQUIREMENTS ACT (Authorizes municipalities to publish public notices in any newspaper in circulation in the municipality or on any other platform designated by ordinance.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Municipal Government & Housing
Feb 01 2023
HB 5317 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES -- RETIREMENT OF MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES (Allows any peace officer working in a Rhode Island school as a full or part-time resource officer to work in excess of the seventy-five (75) working days in a calendar year, and not have an interruption in their benefits.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Finance
Feb 01 2023
HB 5307 (2023 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO PARKS AND RECREATIONAL AREAS -- GENERAL PROVISIONS (Provides for the authorized taking of mushrooms from lands under control of the director of DEM for personal use.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House State Government & Elections
Feb 01 2023
HR 5324 (2023 Regular Session)
HOUSE RESOLUTION MAKING AN APPROPRIATION OF $180,000 FOR THE RHODE ISLAND STATE CONSERVATION COMMITTEE AND ITS THREE CONSERVATION DISTRICTS (This resolution would authorize the appropriation of the sum of $180,000 to the RI State Conservation Committee and its three Conservation Districts.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Finance
Feb 01 2023
HR 5277 (2023 Regular Session)
HOUSE RESOLUTION CREATING A SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION TO STUDY THE MANNER IN WHICH HEALTH INSURANCE, DISABILITY INSURANCE, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, RETIREMENT PLANS AND OTHER TRADITIONAL EMPLOYER PROVIDED BENEFITS ARE ACCORDED TO UBER AND LYFT DRIVERS, SELF EMPLOYED INDIVIDUALS, AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS ENGAGED IN PROVIDING SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC (Creates a 5 member commission to study how health, disability, and unemployment plans, and other benefits are accorded to individuals providing services to the public, and would report back by January 5, 2024, and expire on March 5, 2024.)
Feb 01 2023 02/01/2023 Introduced, Referred To House Corporations
Feb 01 2023
HR 8374 (2022 Regular Session)
House Resolution Honoring And Thanking Leader Blake Filippi For His Service To The People Of The State Of Rhode Island
Jun 23 2022 06/23/2022 House Read And Passed
Jun 23 2022
HR 8362 (2022 Regular Session)
House Resolution Honoring Richard E. Fleury, Esq. On The Occasion Of His Retirement As Legal Counsel To The Rhode Island House Of Representatives Minority Caucus
Jun 22 2022 06/22/2022 House Read And Passed
Jun 22 2022
HR 8340 (2022 Regular Session)
House Resolution Celebrating The Joyous Occasion Of The 75Th Anniversary Of The Burrillville Lions Club And Recognizing Their Continuing Commitment To The Community Through Humanitarian Projects And Hands-On Service As They Practice The Lions' Mottos Of "We Serve" And "Where There'S A Need, There'S A Lion"
Jun 14 2022 06/14/2022 House Read And Passed
Jun 14 2022
HB 8329 (2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION -- HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PUPILS (Requires all pre-kindergarten through grade twelve (pre-K through 12) schools to have resources officers or security personnel, lock exterior doors after morning arrival, security cameras and security protocols for school visitors.)
Jun 08 2022 06/08/2022 Introduced, Referred To House Finance
Jun 08 2022
HR 8301 (2022 Regular Session)
House Resolution Congratulating Nancy Fraser On Her Retirement After Thirty-Two Years Of Dedicated Service As A Teacher
May 31 2022 05/31/2022 House Read And Passed
May 31 2022
HR 8283 (2022 Regular Session)
JOINT RESOLUTION MAKING AN APPROPRIATION OF $5,000,000 TO THE RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO PROVIDE BABY FOOD AND INFANT FORMULA THROUGH THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND OTHER MEANS (This resolution would authorize the appropriation of the sum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) to the department of human services to fund and assist in the procurement of baby food and infant formula.)
May 25 2022 05/25/2022 Introduced, Referred To House Finance
May 25 2022
HB 8229 (2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT RELATING TO BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS -- COUNSELING COMPACT (Allows for the interstate practice of licensed professional counselors with the goal of improving public access to professional counseling services, by providing for the mutual recognition of other member state licenses through the counseling compact.)
May 11 2022 05/11/2022 Introduced, Referred To House Health & Human Services
May 11 2022
HR 8204 (2022 Regular Session)
House Resolution Proclaiming May Of 2022 To Be "Motorcycle Awareness Month" In The State Of Rhode Island And Urging All Rhode Island Motorists To Avoid Distracted Driving
May 03 2022 05/03/2022 House Read And Passed
May 03 2022
HB 8170 (2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SCITUATE TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND NOTES IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $750,000 TO FINANCE EQUIPMENT, REPAIRS AND/OR IMPROVEMENTS AT THE SCITUATE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Town of Scituate to issue not more than $750,000 bonds and notes to finance various improvements at the town of Scituate’s schools and constitutes an enabling act of the general assembly that is required pursuant to § 16-7-44.)
Apr 27 2022 06/20/2022 Signed By Governor
Jun 20 2022
HB 8173 (2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF SECTION 4 OF CHAPTER 1321 OF THE PUBLIC LAWS, 1915, ENTITLED "AN ACT FIXING THE TIME FOR THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN THE TOWN OF SCITUATE" AS PREVIOUSLY AMENDED BY CHAPTER 3777 OF THE PUBLIC LAWS OF 1956 AND AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SCITUATE TO CHANGE THE DATE OF ITS FISCAL YEAR AND ALLOWING THE TAX LEVY FOR A TRANSITIONAL FISCAL YEAR TO EXCEED THE MAXIMUM SET FORTH IN SECTION 44-5-2. (Changes the annual financial town meeting date for Town of Scituate to the first Tuesday in the month of June starting in the calendar year 2024.)
Apr 27 2022 06/30/2022 Effective Without Governor's Signature
Jun 30 2022

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