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2020 Sponsored Legislation
January 27th, 2020: Legislation urging the passage of Senate Bill 2020 S-2040, an act relating to criminal offenses.
February 13, 2020: Legislation supporting the Environmental Council of Rhode Island's Climate Crisis Campaign. Read More
April 22, 2020: Legislation urging the Governor of Rhode Island to pass an executive order that would prevent immigration enforcement activities in or around COVID-19 testing sites. Read More.
May 3rd, 2020: Legislation denouncing xenophobia anti-Asian sentiments throughout Providence. Read More.
May 26, 2020: Legislation requiring the Department of Public Works to refund taxpayers who were incorrectly charged late removal fees for garbage receptacles. Read More.
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2021 Sponsored Legislation
February 26, 2021: Legislation urging the passage of S-0037 and H-5358 - Plastic Waste Reduction Act. Read More
March 9th, 2021: Legislation requesting a copy of all violations occurred by business and property owners located in the Port of Providence from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Read More
May 17th, 2021: Legislation calling on Mayor Elorza and the Finance Director to conduct an independent review and assessment of the existing PILOT agreements in Providence. Read More
June 1st, 2021: Legislation calling on Harrison Peters to resign from his position as Superintendent of Providence Public Schools. Read More
June 1st, 2021: Legislation reforming Providence's Tax Stabilization Agreements (TSA) by standardizing the tax stabilization process that would benefit all businesses who wish to take advantage of the development incentive. Read More
2022 Sponsored Legislation
January 13th, 2022: Legislation prohibiting bulk storage of liquid propane gas within city limits. Read More
January 18th, 2022: Legislation calling on the Providence Housing Authority (PHA) to convert its Housing Choice Vouchers (HCV) portfolio to the maximum allowable number of Project-Based Vouchers. Read More
February 23rd, 2022: Legislation requesting that the Department of Public Works and traffic engineering to restripe Rose Parks Drive (Prairie Ave.) red, black, and green coloring. Read More
April 15th, 2022: Legislation calling on the Rhode Island State Legislature to pass bills that would prevent and combat catalytic converter theft. Read More
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