WE NEED YOU AT THE STATE HOUSE TUESDAY!

Published 03/31/2019

SENATE HEARINGS!  TUESDAY, APRIL 2ND
at the State House at 3:30pm

Here is a link to the agenda:

http://status.rilin.state.ri.us/documents/agenda-16197.pdf

Pro-gun Bill:  S597

Anti-gun Bill: S84, S156, S464, S469, S502, S595, S635, S636. S637 and S638

Here are the bills:

SCHEDULED FOR HEARING AND/OR CONSIDERATION
Senate Bill No. 84 BY Coyne, Lynch Prata, Miller, Conley, Seveney ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES - WEAPONS {LC31/1} (Prohibits the manufacturing, importation, sale, shipment, delivery, possession, or transfer of any firearm that is undetectable by metal detectors commonly used at airports and public buildings including 3D printed firearms as defined herein.) 01/16/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 156 BY Coyne, Seveney, Euer, DiPalma, Conley ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES - WEAPONS {LC512/1} (Limits the issuance of pistol and revolver carry permits to the office of the attorney general.) 01/24/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 464 (Attorney General) BY Coyne, Goodwin, Sosnowski, Felag, Lynch Prata ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1608/1} (Defines the term "ghost gun" and bans the manufacture, sale purchase or possession of a machine gun, a ghost gun or an undetectable firearm.) 02/27/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 469 (Attorney General) BY Goodwin, McCaffrey, Lynch Prata, Coyne, Valverde ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1610/1} (Enhances penalties for failure to report lost or stolen firearms to the police department, and specify penalties for making a false report of lost or stolen firearms.) 02/27/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration
 
Senate Bill No. 502 (Attorney General) BY Seveney, Coyne, Valverde, DiPalma, Euer ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1611/1} (Requires firearms to be stored securely when not in use and enhances penalties for failure to store firearms in a secure manner.) 02/27/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 595 BY Nesselbush, Crowley, Quezada, Lawson, Cano ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1747/1} (Provides that gun dealers on a monthly basis shall report a summary of all gun sales and transfers to the Rhode Island state police.) 03/14/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 597 BY de la Cruz, Rogers, Paolino, McCaffrey, Lombardo ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1784/1} (Amends the definition of firearms to include taser. Permits any person over the age of eighteen (18) to possess a stun gun. Enacts the review and appeal process of applying for a license to carry with the licensing authority or attorney general.) 03/14/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 635 (Governor/Attorney General) BY Miller, Lynch Prata, Goodwin, Gallo, DiPalma ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- WEAPONS {LC1613/1} (Bans possession, sale and transfer of assault weapons which are not property registered.) 03/19/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 636 (Governor/Attorney General) BY Metts, Quezada, Crowley, Goldin, Lawson ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES - WEAPONS {LC1616/1} (Prohibits firearms possession within 300 feet of school grounds except for peace officers, retired law enforcement officers, persons providing school security, firearms on private property and unloaded firearms in containers or locked car racks.) 03/19/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration

Senate Bill No. 637 (Governor/Attorney General) BY Goldin, Coyne, Seveney, Euer, Miller ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES -- LARGE CAPACITY FEEDING DEVICE BAN {LC1614/1} (Prohibits sale/possession of feeding device holding more then 10 ammunition rounds punishable by up to $5,000 fine or up to 5 years imprisonment with law enforcement/military personnel exceptions.) 03/19/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration


Senate Bill No. 638 (Attorney General) BY Miller, Lynch Prata, Goodwin, DiPalma, Lombardi ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES - WEAPONS {LC1609/1} (Prohibits obtaining a firearm on behalf of another person if that person is prohibited from possessing a firearm. Increases the penalties for purchases of firearms by use of false information.) 03/19/2019 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary 03/27/2019 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration