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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
S0452 Sugary Drinks Creates a tax on sugary drinks for the purpose of reducing the demand for those beverages, and discouraging the excessive consumption of, sugary drinks.
S0031 Elderly And Disabled Bus Pass Assistance Reinstates free RIPTA bus fares for elderly and disabled riders who meet means test criteria.
S0441 Energy Siting Requires environmental impacts be considered in energy plant siting proceedings.
S0418 Public Records--restoration Of Voting Rights Requires the department of corrections to provide certain nonprofit organizations with a list containing information about formerly incarcerated inmates who have become eligible to vote to assist in their efforts in regist...
S0689 Sales And Use Taxes Raises the local hotel tax rate from one percent to two and one-half percent.
S0690 The Education Equity And Property Tax Relief Act Amends the state aid funding formula for compensation of school districts for the additional costs of students learning English.
S0748 Health Care For Elderly And Disabled Increases the income eligibility limit for medical assistance coverage for seniors and disabled individuals to one hundred thirty-three percent (133%) of federal poverty level.
S0728 Duties Of Utilities And Carriers Provides that those persons taking part in the home and community care services to the elderly program (chapter 66.3 of title 42) would be eligible for lifeline telephone service.
S0160 Emergency Shelters Establishes rules and procedures for licensing emergency shelters, including setting minimum standards and prohibiting the charging fees to the residents.
S0126 Motor Vehicle Tax Elimination Provides a gradually increasing exemption to motor vehicle excise taxes for distressed communities starting FY 2018 $2,000, FY 2019 $4,000, and FY 2020 $6,000.
S0385 Pay For Success Criminal Recidivism Reduction Act Provides for the contracting with criminal justice reform services which provide Pay for Success criminal justice reform programs.
S0732 The Rhode Island Early Childhood Innovation Act Establishes an early childhood innovation fund to help close the achievement gap for at-risk children as they enter kindergarten
S0763 Relating To Motor And Other Vehicles Makes the owner of any vehicle not inspected as required by §§31-38-3 or 31-38-4 responsible for any fines or penalties imposed as a result of non-inspection and prohibits any law enforcement officer from citing the operat...
S0233 Immigration Status Prohibits a landlord from asking about the immigration status of a tenant, prospective tenant, occupant, or prospective occupant of residential rental property.
S0169 Wrongful Discharge From Employment Ends Rhode Island's adoption of the "employment-at-will" legal doctrine and would provide some job protection for employees that satisfactorily perform their duties. The act would also provide specific remedies for wrongfu...
S0838 General Regulatory Provisions - Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act Amends the "Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act" to be called the "Uniform Voidable Transactions Act" and amends several provisions to the general laws to reflect this change.
S0187 Weapons Limits carrying of firearms on school grounds to peace officers.
S0511 Holiday And Sunday Work For the purposes of overtime on Sundays and holidays, removes the exemption in the definition of employees for health care and maintenance workers, thereby entitling them to overtime pay.
S0408 Rhode Island Restoration Of Voting Rights Act Requires the department of corrections to provide the secretary of state with the number of eligible persons who, upon release from incarceration, have registered to vote and requires the secretary of state to publish that...
S0271 Medical Assistance Directs the executive office of health and human services to increase income disregards for certain Medicare programs.
S0340 Stalking Prohibits stalking defined as a course of conduct by anyone who may cause a reasonable person to either fear for their own safety or the safety of a third person or cause a reasonable person to suffer emotional distress. E...
S0344 State Affairs And Government Requires the state to use the actual residence of persons in government custody for redistricting purposes.
S0149 Rhode Island Information Exchange Act Of 2008 Requires the health information exchange advisory commission to develop a strategic plan for interoperability of electronic health record systems.
S0154 Comprehensive Health Insurance Program Repeals the "Rhode Island Health Care Reform Act of 2004 – Health Insurance Oversight" as well as the "Rhode Island Health Benefit Exchange, and establishes the Rhode Island comprehensive health insurance program.
S0150 Insurance Coverage For Mental Illness And Substance Abuse Requires insurance coverage for at least ninety (90) days of residential or inpatient services for mental health and/or substance-use disorders for American Society of Addiction Medicine levels of care 3.1 and 3.3.
S0215 Personal Income Tax Increases the refundable state earned income credit from fifteen percent (15%) to twenty-five percent (25%) for the 2018 taxable year, and each taxable year thereafter.
S0509 Contractors' Registration Licensing Board Adds two (2) members to the contractors' registration licensing board; a licensed plumber and a registered contractor and would require at least one member of the board to be a minority.
S0501 Insurance Coverage For Mental Illness And Substance Abuse Provides insurors cannot terminate residential or inpatient substance abuse treatment for patients currently in treatment.
S0505 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).
S0238 Joint Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study Rhod... Joint Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study Rhode Island's Minimum Wage (creates A Fifteen Member Legislative Commission To Study Rhode Island's Minimum Wage, And Would Report Back To The General As...
S0764 Sexual Assault Defines any act of sexual penetration or contact performed by an individual with supervisory or disciplinary power, or who is in a position of authority, upon a person nineteen (19) years of age or younger, as sexual assault.
S0691 Property Subject To Taxation Authorizes cities and towns to tax certain real and/or nonprofit tangible properties owned by nonprofit educational and hospital institutions commencing with assessment performed 12/31/17 and every year thereafter.
S0775 Child Care - State Subsidies Establishes a tiered-rate structure for the child care assistance program, with higher rates paid to licensed child care centers and family child care homes that have achieved higher quality ratings in "BrightStars".
S0820 Courts - Commission On Judicial Tenure And Discipline Imposes certain discovery obligations/procedural changes upon judicial tenure/discipline commission regarding removal of judges.
S0879 Public Utilities Commission Amends and add several sections relative to gas and electric utility carriers, customer service provided thereby, and customer service levels and billing practices required by the carriers to the customers.
S0875 Relating To Public Utilities And Carriers--regulatory Powers Of Administ... Characterizes incentive payments to utilities as billed distribution revenue for rate setting services.
S0876 Relating To Public Utilities And Carriers Permits, rather than requires, electricity and gas revenues to be decoupled from sales and require submission of a full rate filing every three (3) years by electric and gas distribution companies.
S0365 Energize Rhode Island: Clean Energy Investment And Carbon Pricing Act Of... Establishes a fee on companies that sell fossil fuels in RI and also establishes a receipt account to disburse the funds from.
S0195 Retail Licenses Permits the Providence licensing board to issue a Class C liquor license for premises at 215 Dean Street.
S0388 Mortgage Foreclosure Imposes a penalty of $300 per month up to an aggregate total of $2,000 upon financial institutions failing to promptly record foreclosure deeds and pay outstanding taxes. Most holders of a private mortgage would be exempt ...
S0502 Nursing Facilities Bed Capacity Moratorium Establishes limited conditions that must be satisfied to permit an increase in the bed capacity of existing nursing facilities, despite the moratorium on expansion.
S0893 Accident And Sickness Insurance Policies Specifies that adversely affected members of formulary change removing/making preferred or tiered status change of covered prescription drug receive required statutory notice.
S0692 Automated Traffic Violation Monitoring Systems Increases the amount of time, from fourteen (14) days to twenty-eight (28) days, for a summons to issue solely based on evidence obtained by use of an automated traffic-violation-detection system.
S0466 Tuition Equity Creates the "Student Equal Economic Opportunity Act" which would allow students who meet certain requirements to be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at Rhode Island universities, colleges or community colleges.
S0127 Child Care--state Subsidies Enhances the reimbursement rates paid by the departments of human services and children, youth and families for infants and toddlers enrolled in licensed child care centers and certified family child care providers.
S0737 Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act Establishes the "Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act", and provides for its administration.
S0736 Retirement Allowance Grants an annual increase of three percent (3%) cost-of-living retirement adjustment on the first fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) of a retiree's annual allowance.
S0316 Child Care - State Subsidies Enhances reimbursement rates paid by the departments of human services and children, youth and families for children in the child care assistance program, starting with infants and toddlers in 2017.
S0746 Labeling Of Genetically Engineered Raw And Packaged Food Products Requires that all genetically engineered food offered for retail sale in this state have a label disclosing that the food is genetically engineered food upon the occurrence of 4 other states adopting similar labeling laws ...
S0747 Labeling Of Genetically Engineered Raw And Packaged Food Products Requires that all genetically engineered food offered for retail sale in this state contain a label with the disclosure that the food is genetically engineered food.
S0741 Rhode Island Food, Drugs, And Cosmetics Act Requires manufacturers to fully disclose all ingredients of their cosmetics on their product label, as well as on their website. Failure to do so would result in a minimum fine of ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
S0839 Noncompete Agreements - Broadcast Employees Prohibits the inclusion of noncompete agreements in broadcast industry employment contracts that are entered into after January 1, 2018.
S0771 Wages Defines and recognizes the existence and potential liability of lead entities concerning the payment of wages.
S0490 Relating To Insurance Provides insurance for infertility regardless of marital status and also increases the maximum treatment age from 40 years to 42 years. Also redefines the term "infertility" to mean a woman who is unable to sustain a pregn...
S0122 Child Care Assistance Eliminates the September 2017 termination date of the child care assistance program.
S0745 Rhode Island Pathways Project Requires the executive office of health and human services (EOHHS) to conduct a study to assess the impact of using Medicaid funds to provide coverage for the treatment of the chronically homeless.
S0236 Fair Housing Practices Prohibits discrimination in housing against those persons who have a lawful source of income.
S0282 The Healthy Pregnancies For Incarcerated Women Act Prohibits the use of restraints on pregnant prisoners during transport to and from court proceedings by sheriffs and/or incarceration at the ACI with annual reports to the general assembly effective January 1, 2018.
S0212 Property Subject To Taxation Exempts from taxation the real and tangible personal property of Oasis International, Inc., a Rhode Island nonprofit corporation, located in Providence, Rhode Island.
S0366 Senate Resolution Proclaiming The Month Of February As "black History Mo... Senate Resolution Proclaiming The Month Of February As "black History Month" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0359 Senate Resolution Commemorating The 173rd Anniversary Of Dominican Repub... Senate Resolution Commemorating The 173rd Anniversary Of Dominican Republic Independence On February 27, 2017
S0963 Senate Resolution Congratulating The Ponaganset High School Boys' Baseba... Senate Resolution Congratulating The Ponaganset High School Boys' Baseball Team On Winning The 2017 Rhode Island Division Ii Championship And Repeating As Champions
S0683 Senate Resolution Proclaiming March 29, 2017, To Be "annual Social Work ... Senate Resolution Proclaiming March 29, 2017, To Be "annual Social Work Education Legislative Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0016 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.
S0824 Senate Resolution Proclaiming April 27, 2017, To Be "child Care Awarenes... Senate Resolution Proclaiming April 27, 2017, To Be "child Care Awareness Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0872 Senate Resolution Congratulating Wade Johnson For His 1st Place Finish I... Senate Resolution Congratulating Wade Johnson For His 1st Place Finish In The 2017 Skillsusa Rhode Island Competition In Automotive Service Technology
S0916 Senate Resolution Proclaiming May 25th Of 2017, As "afterschool And Summ... Senate Resolution Proclaiming May 25th Of 2017, As "afterschool And Summer Learning Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0869 Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences On The Passing Of Reinaldo Perez Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences On The Passing Of Reinaldo Perez
S0909 Senate Resolution Declaring May 18th, 2017, To Be "one Providence Day" I... Senate Resolution Declaring May 18th, 2017, To Be "one Providence Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0938 Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences On The Passing Of Mark G. Cesana Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences On The Passing Of Mark G. Cesana
S0959 Senate Resolution Recognizing "juneteenth National Freedom Day" On June ... Senate Resolution Recognizing "juneteenth National Freedom Day" On June 19, 2017
S0812 Uniform Controlled Substances Act Includes fentanyl analogs and synthetic opioids into Schedule I and Schedule II of the list of uniform controlled substances.
S0835 Fraud And False Dealing Criminalize residential mortgage fraud and extend the statute of limitations for certain offenses.
S0115 Public Transit - Bus Passes Requires that five million dollars ($5,000,000) be appropriated to the Rhode Island public transit authority between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2019.
S0226 Road Test License Applicants Allows driver's license applicants with limited English proficiency (LEP) to be accompanied by an interpreter, at their own expense and choosing, during their road test. This interpreter shall be at least eighteen (18) yea...
S0790 Rhode Island Public Transit Authority Authorizes RIPTA to provide an open-door service to all passengers to and from Rhode Island to locations within five (5) miles of the Rhode Island boarder into Massachusetts and Connecticut.
S0333 Rhode Island Development Impact Fee Act Amends several sections of the general laws pertaining to the calculation of impact fees by municipalities in the state by requiring that needs assessments of the fees be conducted every 5 years with certain exceptions.
S0676 Workers' Cooperatives Creates a statutory vehicle for the creation and functioning of workers' cooperatives which are corporations that are owned and democratically governed by their members.
S0406 Divorce And Separation Allows family court to take individual's incarceration into consideration in motion to modify child support order by providing that incarceration is not "voluntary unemployment."
S0439 All Students Count Act Creates the "All Students Count Act" and requires the dept. of elementary and secondary education to use separate collection categories/tabulations for specified Asian ethnic groups in every demographic report on ancestry ...
S0230 Assaults Makes assault and battery upon delivery persons a felony and mandates a maximum sentence of imprisonment of 3 years. Persons convicted of such an assault and battery while using a dangerous weapon, the minimum sentence is ...
S0742 Physical Therapists Modernizes the definition of physical therapy, the right to use the title of physical therapist and includes practice beyond the scope of physical therapy as a grounds for discipline.
S0405 Domestic Assault - Protect Rhode Island Families Act Limits access to firearms when an individual is under certain types of domestic restraining orders or protective orders issued or renewed on or after July 1, 2017.
S0183 Operators' License Allows DMV to issue driving privilege licenses/permits to applicants unable to establish lawful presence in US which are not valid for ID purposes effective July 1, 2018.
S0094 Small Loan Lenders Repeals the provisions of the general laws allowing deferred deposit providers, also known as "payday lenders."
S0781 Public Utilities Commission Amends and add several sections relative to gas and electric utility carriers, customer service provided thereby, and customer service levels and billing practices required by the carriers to the customers.
S0874 Electric Generation Service Requires the public utilities commission to implement a purchase of receivables program where the electric distribution company purchases the receivables of a nonregulated power producer at a discount rate.
Bill Number Motion Vote Date Vote
H5042 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
H5063 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5064 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5065 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5082 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5115 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5117 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5128 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5174 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5204 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
H5206 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5218 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
H5224 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5340 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5413 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5427 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
H5520 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5536 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5623 Retail licenses approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H5623 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
H5685 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
H5685 Road test approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H5758 Registration of vehicles approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H5758 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
H5842 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5854 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H5882 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
H5882 Cruelty to animals approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H6141 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H6155 Workers' cooperatives approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H6155 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
H6326 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
H6331 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0021 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0043 Passage 9/19/2017 Nay
S0086 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0166 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0213 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0226 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0290 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0342 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0356 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0494 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0563 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0608 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S0652 Approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
S0652 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
S0672 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0676 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
S0676 Workers' cooperatives approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
S0734 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0759 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0772 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0877 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0902 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0949 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0952 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0971 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S0988 Passage as amended 9/19/2017 Yea
S0988 Liability insurance approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
S1006 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1008 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1009 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1011 Passage in concurrence 9/19/2017 Yea
S1016 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1022 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1023 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1024 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1025 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1026 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1027 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1028 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1029 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
S1030 Passage 9/19/2017 Yea
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 reconsider lc 894/5 8/3/2017 Other
H5175 Passage in concurrence 8/3/2017 Other
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 withdrawn lc 894/5 8/3/2017 Other
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 reconsider 8/3/2017 Other
S1011 Passage 8/3/2017 Other
H5175 Passage as amended 6/30/2017 Yea
H5175 The fiscal year ending june 30, 2018 lc000894/5 6/30/2017 Yea
H5205 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
H5224 Passage as amended lc000479/3 6/30/2017 Yea
H5224 Small cell siting act in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
H5224 Small cell siting act reconsider 6/30/2017 Yea
H5224 Small cell siting act lc000479/3 6/30/2017 Yea
H5241 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5277 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5469 Uniform controlled substances act in concurrence 6/30/2017 Nay
H5510 Protect rhode island families act lc1499/2 6/30/2017 Yea
H5510 Passage as amended 6/30/2017 Yea
H5593 Passage *************************** 6/30/2017 Yea
H5601 Optional retirement for police and firefighters in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
H5618 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5702 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
H5717 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5777 Passage *************************** 6/30/2017 Yea
H5825 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5977 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H6213 Passage *************************** 6/30/2017 Nay
H6325 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
H6336 Tax sales 6/30/2017 Yea
S0175 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0203 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0207 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0373 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0395 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0406 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0407 The rhode island patient safety act of 2008 in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0789 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S0903 Passage in concurrence 6/30/2017 Yea
S1000 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
S1001 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
S1002 Examine the advisability of the interstate medical licensure compact 6/30/2017 Yea
S1003 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
S1004 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
S1005 Passage 6/30/2017 Yea
H5044 Passage in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
H5444 Limited guardianship and guardianship of adults in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
H5570 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
H5646 Rhode island business corporations act 6/29/2017 Yea
H5664 Curriculum in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
H5947 Campaign contributions in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
H5956 Vets exemption - jamestown in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
H6298 Licensing of care facilities approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
H6298 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
H6302 Stopping, standing, and parking restrictions in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
S0135 Motion picture production tax credits 6/29/2017 Yea
S0146 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0146 Licensing of care facilities approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0267 Department of health approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0267 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0342 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0350 Payment of wages in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
S0390 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0390 Cruelty to animals approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0402 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0413 Post-election audits 6/29/2017 Yea
S0426 Expungement of criminal records 6/29/2017 Yea
S0497 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0541 Advisory council in concurrence 6/29/2017 Yea
S0600 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0600 Student journalists' freedom of expression act approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0646 To study an early intervention system for deaf and hard of hearing children in ri 6/29/2017 Yea
S0665 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0669 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0714 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0719 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0770 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0814 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0834 Nomination of party; contributions reporting; criminal offenses 6/29/2017 Yea
S0862 Step therapy protocol approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0862 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0874 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0886 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0897 Passage 6/29/2017 Nay
S0923 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0925 Passage 6/29/2017 Yea
S0927 Licensure streamlining town of warren 6/29/2017 Yea
S0965 Passage 6/29/2017 Nay
H5347 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
H5397 Mortgage foreclosure and sale in concurrence 6/28/2017 Yea
H5488 Barbers and hairdressers in concurrence 6/28/2017 Yea
H5695 Fraud and false dealing 6/28/2017 Yea
H6004 Correctional officers' arbitration in concurrence 6/28/2017 Yea
S0055 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0055 Sexual offender registration and notification 6/28/2017 Yea
S0055 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0117 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0147 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0166 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0174 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0236 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0290 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0290 Healthy and safe families and workplaces act approval of amendment 6/28/2017 Yea
S0290 Healthy and safe families and workplaces act lc001160/3 6/28/2017 Nay
S0290 Healthy and safe families and workplaces act lc1160/4 6/28/2017 Nay
S0300 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0337 Uniformed controlled substances act 6/28/2017 Yea
S0341 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0348 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0390 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0390 Cruelty to animals approval of amendment 6/28/2017 Yea
S0390 Cruelty to animals reconsider 6/28/2017 Yea
S0394 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0394 Operators' and chauffeurs' licenses approval of amendment 6/28/2017 Yea
S0427 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0443 Ri municipal infrastructure grant program 6/28/2017 Yea
S0486 Department of health in concurrence 6/28/2017 Yea
S0658 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0742 Physical therapists in concurrence 6/28/2017 Yea
S0757 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0789 Accident and sickness insurance policies approval of amendment 6/28/2017 Yea
S0789 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0806 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0811 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0893 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0896 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0903 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0917 Workers' compensation benefits 6/28/2017 Yea
S0940 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0960 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0961 Effects of enacting a line item veto for a governor runoff 6/28/2017 Yea
S0968 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0969 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0972 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0974 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0979 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0984 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0985 Passage 6/28/2017 Yea
S0207 Passage as amended 6/27/2017 Yea
S0207 Contributions and benefits approval of amendment 6/27/2017 Yea
S0471 Passage 6/27/2017 Yea
S0546 Passage as amended 6/27/2017 Yea
S0546 Uniform controlled substances electronic prescription approval of amendment 6/27/2017 Yea
S0656 Uniform controlled substances act approval of amendment 6/27/2017 Nay
S0656 Passage as amended 6/27/2017 Nay
S0720 Agricultural functions of dept. of environ. management 6/27/2017 Yea
S0767 The permanent air quality monitoring act 6/27/2017 Yea
H5274 Passage in concurrence 6/22/2017 Yea
H5457 Chauffeurs' licenses approval of amendment in concurrence 6/22/2017 Yea
H5457 Passage as amended in concurrence 6/22/2017 Yea
S0041 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0071 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0097 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0115 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0226 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0231 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0277 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0388 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0432 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0469 Citizens' budget report 6/22/2017 Yea
S0551 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0570 Farm, forest, and open land 6/22/2017 Yea
S0571 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0575 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0595 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0711 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0729 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0739 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0782 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0783 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0792 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0798 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0807 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0880 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0888 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0949 Registration of vehicles 6/22/2017 Yea
S0950 Passage 6/22/2017 Yea
S0956 Passage 6/22/2017 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.