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For You Educational Purposes … The Coalition will be reaching out to “both sides of da aisle” for the purposes of discussion. Scroll through, there are 5 pages here … A summary, in PDF form, than hotlinks to each piece of legislation.

Summary

Senate Bills Heard 033122 Agenda-17925

 

Senate Bill No. 2116
BY Archambault, Burke
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC3561/1}
(Authorizes the police authority making a background check of an applicant seeking to buy a
firearm, to invoice the seller of any pistol, revolver, shotgun or rifle, a twenty-five dollar ($25.00)
fee per non-disqualifying background check.)
01/25/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2218
BY de la Cruz, Rogers, Paolino, Lombardo, Ciccone, Raptakis
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO COURTS AND CIVIL PROCEDURE – PROCEDURE
GENERALLY – CAUSES OF ACTION {LC4034/1} (Provides for a cause of action against an
individual or entity that prohibits the possession of firearms on real property, except residences, by
an individual that is authorized and licensed to carry a firearm.)
02/08/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2224
BY Miller, Coyne, Goodwin, Gallo, Euer, Quezada, Cano, Kallman, Felag, Sosnowski
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — ASSAULT WEAPONS
{LC3771/1} (Bans the possession, sale, and transfer of assault weapons. Possession of assault
weapons owned on the effective date of this act would be “grandfathered” subject to certain
registration provisions.)
02/08/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2359
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, Paolino, Ciccone, E Morgan, Lombardo, Archambault
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4617/1}
(Prohibits the sale or possession of firearm silencers unless the person complies with federal law in
the sale, possession and use.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2361
BY de la Cruz, Rogers, Paolino, Raptakis, F Lombardi, Ciccone, Lombardo, E Morgan
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4591/1}
(Provides the review and appeal process for individuals applying for a permit or license to carry
with the licensing authority or attorney general.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2376
BY Rogers, E Morgan, de la Cruz
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC RECORDS – ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS
{LC4620/1} (Exempts from “public records” availability, all those documents, evidence and records
of proceedings considered by the “relief from disqualifiers board and appellate courts” involving
request for relief from firearm prohibitions.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2377
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, E Morgan, F Lombardi, Archambault, Ciccone, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4616/1}
(Allows reciprocal concealed carry permits from out of state to be valid in Rhode Island, which is
either authorized by the attorney general or subject to other reciprocal restrictions.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2378
BY Rogers, E Morgan, de la Cruz, F Lombardi, Ciccone, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES – WEAPONS {LC4615/1}
(Permits Rhode Island residents, twenty-one (21) years of age or older, to carry a concealed
handgun, without a permit.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2388
BY Raptakis, F Lombardi, Lombardo, Sosnowski, Ciccone, Burke
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES – WEAPONS {LC4504/1}
(Increases sentences for carrying a firearm when committing a crime of violence and for possessing
a stolen firearm and requires that a person convicted of these offenses serve a period of time in
which they would not be eligible for parole or probation.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2393
BY de la Cruz, Paolino, Raptakis, F Lombardi, Ciccone, Lombardo, E Morgan
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4590/1}
(Allows a person over eighteen (18) to purchase, carry, conceal, possess, use or attempt to use a
stun gun for self defense. Additionally, establishes no duty to retreat when using a stun gun for self
defense of the person or a third party.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2403
BY Rogers, E Morgan, de la Cruz, F Lombardi, Archambault, Ciccone, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4610/1}
(Allows an individual to lawfully possess a device that would silence the sound of a natural report
of a rifle or shotgun to hunt game, as long as the host rifle or shotgun is allowed.)
02/15/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2507
BY Burke, Coyne, Lombardo, Archambault
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC5202/1}
(Increases the number of minimum rounds fired from one hundred (100) to three hundred (300)
during the qualification and training of police officers.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2523
BY de la Cruz, Rogers, Paolino, Ciccone, Lombardo, F Lombardi
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4852/1}
(Defines taser and stun gun under § 11-47-2, provides any person over the age of 18 is permitted to
carry a taser without a license and use it in self-defense if they have a reasonable belief that they are
in imminent fear of bodily harm.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2540
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, Paolino, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO FISH AND WILDLIFE – BIRDS {LC4825/1} (Allows the
taking of any wild bird by using a crossbow in addition to the weapons spelled out in this section.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2541
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, Paolino, Ciccone
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS — ACCESS TO
PUBLIC RECORDS {LC4618/1} (Amends various laws related to firearms.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2542
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, Paolino, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE — BAIL AND
RECOGNIZANCE {LC4827/1} (Requires that whenever a person is charged with possession of a
firearm with alteration of identification marks, the alteration would create a rebuttable presumption
that the person is a danger to the safety of the community.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2543
BY Rogers, de la Cruz, Paolino, Lombardo
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4826/1}
(Defines suitable person and establishes reasons for applying for carry permit, establishes what
information is required on applications, establishes appeal process if application denied and
provides that records are not public.)
03/01/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2628
BY Anderson, Calkin
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC5191/1}
(Permits the city of Warwick to prohibit the sale of firearms within five hundred feet (500 ft.) of any
school or daycare facility.)
03/10/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2637
BY Goodwin, Miller, Coyne, DiMario, Lawson, Cano, Kallman, Murray, Quezada, Zurier
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC4686/1}
(Increases the age from eighteen (18) to twenty-one (21) years for lawful sale of firearms or
ammunition. Exempts full-time law enforcement, state marshals and members of the U.S. military
from these prohibitions.)
03/10/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2653
BY Coyne, Goodwin, Miller, DiPalma, Felag, Quezada, Seveney, Euer, Lawson, DiMario
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — LARGE CAPACITY
FEEDING DEVICE BAN OF 2022 {LC5424/1} (Makes it a felony for an individual to possess any
semi-automatic firearm magazine which is capable of holding more than ten (10) rounds of
ammunition. Violations are punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment or a fine of up to $5,000.)
03/10/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2704
BY Coyne, Euer, Murray, DiPalma, Seveney, DiMario
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC3879/1}
(Permits only attorney general to issue concealed carry permits, repeals provisions allowing minors
to possess firearms, requires federal background check on all concealed carry applicants, repeals
right of carry permits for retired law enforcement.)
03/17/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2733
(Attorney General)
BY Goodwin
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC5052/1}
(Disqualifies individuals with prior convictions for possession of a firearm without a license from
purchasing or possessing a firearm.)
03/24/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 2734
BY Seveney, Coyne, DiMario, Zurier, Miller, Goodwin, Pearson, Gallo, Euer, DiPalma
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — WEAPONS {LC3632/1}
(Felony to store firearms unlocked.)
03/24/2022 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
03/25/2022 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. So the left swears to uphold The constitution and takes pride in supporting citizens rights but in actuality are trying to strip us of our God-given rights.

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