House and Senate Minority Caucuses express concerns to Governor and Health Department Director on reported practice of cell phone tracing for COVID-19
State House, Providence – The following letter was sent from the Rhode Island House and Senate Republicans to Governor Gina Raimondo and Rhode Island Department of Health Director Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD regarding cellular phone location tracking as part of the state COVID-19 response. The letter, signed unanimously by both House and Senate Minority Caucuses was sent electronically to Governor Raimondo and Director Alexander-Scott on Monday, April 13, 2020.
The Rhode Island House of Representatives Minority Caucus (Republican) is comprised of the following elected members representing constituents who live in the following districts throughout the Ocean State: Minority Leader, Blake Filippi, District 36 (Charlestown, South Kingstown, Westerly, New Shoreham); Minority Whip, Michael Chippendale, District 40 (Foster, Glocester, Coventry); Representative John Lyle, Jr., District 46 (Lincoln, Pawtucket); Representative George Nardone, District 28 (Coventry); Representative Brian Newberry, District 48 (North Smithfield, Burrillville); Representative David Place, District 47 (Burrillville, Glocester); Senior Deputy Minority Leader Justin Price, District 39 (Exeter, Hopkinton, Richmond); Deputy Minority Leader Robert Quattrocchi, District 41 (Scituate, Cranston); Deputy Whip Sherry Roberts, District 29 (Coventry, West Greenwich).
Chief of Staff
Rhode Island House of Representatives Minority Office
Rhode Island State House, Room 106
Providence, Rhode Island 02903