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Ana Quezada  -  (D) Rhode Island
State Senator - Rhode Island Senate District 02
State District
92 Crescent Street
Providence, RI 02907
  • Phone: (401) 255-0345
State Capitol
82 Smith Street
Providence, RI 02903-1105
  • Phone: (401) 276-5582
  • Fax: (401) 222-2967
Bill Bill Name Summary
S2003 Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences To The Mabray Family On The Pas... Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences To The Mabray Family On The Passing Of Glenn G. Mabray
S2028 Unfair Sales Practices Makes it an unfair sales practice to sell, offer for sale, lease or distribute a product creating Internet access without digital blocking capabilities for obscene material.
S2083 Relating To Human Services Authorizes HHS to apply for waivers to ensure for housing, healthcare, and mental and behavioral health care services for the homeless.
S2070 State Purchases Directs department of administration to promulgate regulations giving preferences in the awarding of state contracts to certain business enterprises.
S2044 Senate Resolution Commemorating The Celebration Of The Birth Of The Reve... Senate Resolution Commemorating The Celebration Of The Birth Of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
S2054 Energy Siting Requires carbon-emissions-reduction goals be considered in energy plant siting proceedings.
S2075 Personal Income Tax Provides for the imposition of a two (2%) tax increase on personal income over two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000).
S2103 Overtime Wages Exempts certain executive, administrative, and professional employees from overtime pay if their weekly wages exceed one thousand thirty-six dollars ($1,036), an increase from the current two hundred dollars ($200).
S2086 Department Of Transportation Requires DOT to identify the impact of Rhode Works projects and the realignment of the Newport Bridge ramps on Rhode Island small business commercial areas.
S2092 Corrections Department Prevents the director of the department of corrections from restricting in-person visitation of inmates in the event that the department implemented electronic visitation or contact, such as skype, between inmates and visi...
S2079 Health Care For Elderly And Disabled Increases the income eligibility limit for medical assistance coverage for seniors and disabled individuals from one hundred percent (100%) to one hundred thirty-three percent (133%) of federal poverty level.
S2061 Rhode Island Housing Resources Act Of 1998 Requires the general assembly to appropriate a minimum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) in capital financing to Rhode Island Housing & Mortgage Finance Corporation (RIHMFC) for the development of affordable housing for...
S2082 Senate Resolution Respectfully Urging The United States Congress To Pass... Senate Resolution Respectfully Urging The United States Congress To Pass Legislation Establishing An Improved “medicare For All” Single Payer Program That Would Provide Universal, Comprehensive And Affordable Health Care
S2058 Relating To Taxation Establishes a surtax on the business corporation tax for publicly traded corporations subject to SEC disclosure and reporting requirements, if corporation's ratio of compensation for its CEO to median worker is equal to or...
S2069 Child Care--state Subsidies Increases the child care provider reimbursement rate by five percent (5%).
Bill Number Motion Vote Date Vote
S2001 Passage 1/16/2018 Yea
S2002 Passage 1/16/2018 Yea
Role Committee
Detail State Committee Member Senate Committee on Education
Detail State Committee Member Senate Committee on Commerce
Senator Ana B. Quezada (Democrat - District 2, Providence) is married and has three children.
Quezada is a code enforcement officer for the Providence Department of Inspection and Standards. She previously worked as a social service coordinator at John Hope Settlement House.
She was elected to the Rhode Island Senate on November 8, 2016.