State House, Providence – Today, the House Republican Caucus released its “Minority Report” detailing their success in advocating for issues, policies, and initiatives on behalf of Rhode Island taxpayers during the 2022 Legislative Session. This 2022 Legislative Session Recap is published online and is a detailed listing of successfully sponsored, co-sponsored, or caucus inspired bills and initiatives, along with their outcomes.
“The 2022 Minority Report showcases our efforts and the impact we have in shaping the conversations on important issues addressed at the State House,” said Minority Leader Michael W. Chippendale. “We are proud of our efforts, as detailed in this report summarizing the hard work of our membership within the House of Representatives.”
Chippendale added, “This report highlights key initiatives that were introduced during the legislative session by our members. Good government bills such as addressing the needs of our most vulnerable children in state care; the Line-Item Veto, tax relief, protecting our Constitutional Rights, and providing choice to parents in our failing public schools were highlights of our efforts. Our Republican Caucus appreciates the hard work put forth by the many individuals and groups who partner with us to achieve these wins on behalf of taxpayers.”
Republicans are steadfast in their resolve to call out poor government investments and will continue to advocate for good government policies, practices, and sustainable budgets.
The Rhode Island House of Representatives Minority Office Membership (Republican) is comprised of the following representatives who were elected by constituents who live in 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); Deputy Minority Leader George Nardone, District 28 (Coventry); Representative Brian Newberry, District 48 (North Smithfield, Burrillville); Deputy Minority Leader David Place, District 47 (Burrillville, Glocester); Representative Justin Price, District 39 (Exeter, Hopkinton, Richmond); Deputy Minority Whip Robert Quattrocchi, District 41 (Scituate, Cranston); Senior Deputy Leader Sherry Roberts, District 29 (Coventry, West Greenwich). For more information, please visit our website at www.rihousegop.org
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