House Minority Leader Response to Governor Stepping On The Gas for Cleaner Rhode Island Vehicles by 2035
State House, Providence – House Minority Leader Michael Chippendale offers the following statement regarding the Governor’s plan to adopt regulations for manufacturers selling cars to Rhode Island consumers:
State House, Providence – House Minority Leader Michael Chippendale offers the following statement regarding this week's multiple wildfires in Rhode Island:
State House, Providence, RI – Education reform is a top priority for Rhode Island House freshman legislator, Representative Brian Rea (D53 – Smithfield/Glocester), and he is wasting no time in crafting legislation to meet the needs of Rhode Island students. To date, he has sponsored or co-sponsored several bills focused on education issues, and has personally founded and awarded two district scholarships to high school students who are looking to attend college or technical programs.
Leader Michael Chippendale responds to Speaker Shekarchi’ s removal of Representative Robert Quattrocchi from the State Government and Elections Committee
State House, Providence, RI – Today, upon learning of Speaker Shekarchi’s decision to remove Representative Robert Quattrocchi from the State Government and Elections Committee, Leader Chippendale sent the attached correspondence to his House colleagues.
What is Medicaid Renewal and “Unwinding”?
Before the pandemic, people who enrolled in Medicaid had their eligibility reviewed once a year. This is called “Renewal” or “Redetermination”. During the pandemic, to make sure that people did not lose health coverage, no one needed to renew their Medicaid benefits. This included seniors, people with disabilities, adults, children and families.
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