June 18, 2024
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Upper chamber builds on and approves historic commitment to people who have served Boston — Dean of the Massachusetts Senate Marc R. Pacheco (D-Taunton) announces that the Senate unanimously … more
State House – House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Samuel A. Azzinaro and Senate Special Legislation & Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Walter S. Felag yesterday … more
State House — The General Assembly today passed an updated plan to help set the stage for the future of solar development in Rhode Island. The legislation ( 2024-S 2293A , 2024-H 7616A ) … more
State House – The General Assembly today approved legislation sponsored by Sen. Pamela J. Lauria and Rep. Jennifer Boylan to help ensure that climate change, rising seas and coastal resiliency … more
State House – Legislation sponsored by Senate Majority Whip Valarie J. Lawson and Rep. Arthur Handy to prohibit auto insurers from charging policyholders more solely because they have been … more
State House – The Senate today approved a resolution sponsored by Sen. Linda Ujifusa to create a joint legislative commission to study the statewide school transportation system. “Many … more
State House – The House of Representatives today passed legislation ( 2024-H 7756A ) sponsored by Rep. Matthew S. Dawson which would eliminate the requirement of signing with an “X” … more
State House – Rep. Matthew S. Dawson has introduced legislation that would help to protect the public’s ability to secure accountability for the failure of the Washington Bridge. … more
State House – The General Assembly has approved legislation sponsored by Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Joshua Miller and Rep. Jennifer Boylan to set in motion an update of … more
State House – The House of Representatives today approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Jason Knight to help prevent young people with violent criminal histories from purchasing firearms. The … more
State House – Sen. Linda Ujifusa and Rep. Jennifer Stewart have introduced a resolution ( 2024-S 2402 , 2024-H 7887 ) calling on the state’s federal delegation to address the growing … more
State House – The General Assembly today approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Arthur Corvese and Sen. Louis P. DiPalma to require all health care facilities to have a functioning automated … more
State House – The General Assembly today approved legislation sponsored by House Commission on Housing Affordability Chairwoman June S. Speakman and Sen. Victoria Gu to boost housing production … more
State House — The General Assembly today passed a bill sponsored by Senate Majority Whip Valarie Lawson and Rep. Stephen M. Casey that would allow graduate registered nurses to begin practicing … more
State House — The General Assembly today voted to approve legislation from Rep. Terri Cortvriend and Sen. Meghan Kallman to ban so-called “forever chemicals,” a group of … more
Legislation addresses image-based sexual harassment, coercive control, and extends the statute of limitations for certain domestic violence offenses Boston — Dean of the Massachusetts … more
Boston — Dean of the Massachusetts Senate Marc R. Pacheco (D-Taunton) announces that the Massachusetts Legislature approved August 10 and August 11 as a sales tax holiday weekend for … more
State House – A new law sponsored by House Health and Human Services Committee Chairwoman Susan R. Donovan and Sen. Pamela J. Lauria will help protect children’s health by providing … more
East Providence, RI – East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva has appointed Carlos D. Zambrano as the city’s new Information Technology Director. Zambrano will be responsible for and oversee … more
State House — The General Assembly today approved legislation introduced by Rep. John G. Edwards and Sen. Dawn Euer to protect medical providers who provide transgender and reproductive health … more
The Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District has received a $316,000 Skills Capital Grant from the Healey-Driscoll administration for its Career and Technical Education programs (CTE) at the high … more
Rehoboth Selectman Lenny Mills expressed their gratitude for the work of town employees at Monday’s meeting. “The Police Department continues to do a great job with the new hire, the … more
The state’s multi-family housing mandate would have a “derogatory” impact on the town of Rehoboth, Selectmen Chair Skip Vadnais said Monday. There will be a public forum on … more
The Town of Seekonk has signed Fire Chief Shaun Whalen and Deputy Chief Adam Dalessio to multi-year contracts. Whalen and Dalessio were appointed to their positions at the March 27 Select Board … more
State House – The General Assembly gave final approval today to legislation sponsored by House Health and Human Services Committee Chairwoman Susan R. Donovan and Sen. Pamela J. Lauria to help … more
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