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Jeanine Calkin  -  (D) Rhode Island
State Senator - Rhode Island Senate District 30
State District
23 Fairhaven Avenue
Warwick, RI 02889
State Capitol
82 Smith Street
Providence, RI 02903-1105
  • Phone: (401) 276-5561
  • Fax: (401) 222-2967
Bill Bill Name Summary
S0077 Stopping, Standing, And Parking Restrictions Creates a prohibition on parking in electric vehicle charging stations without using the charging apparatus.
S0061 Relating To Solemnization Of Marriages Allows Nancy Mullen to join Amy Lynne Oster and Scott Anthony Lambert, Jr., in marriage on or about May 20, 2017, within the City of Warwick, Rhode Island.
S0046 Nonprofit Dental Service Corporations Requires written notice to certain plan purchasers of rule changes.
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...
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.
S0187 Weapons Limits carrying of firearms on school grounds to peace officers.
S0222 Conduct Of Election And Voting Equipment, And Supplies Repeals the voter identification law.
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...
S0211 State Purchases Directs the department of administration to adopt regulations granting preference in awarding of state contracts to businesses whose highest paid executive receives compensation equal to or less than 25 times the median pa...
S0214 Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Incentive Creates tax incentives for the installation of alternative fuel facilities. Takes effect upon passage and this chapter would be repealed on January 1, 2020.
S0290 Healthy And Safe Families And Workplaces Act Requires employers with eighteen (18) or more employees to provide three (3) paid sick days in 2018, four (4) paid sick days in 2019 and five (5) paid sick days thereafter.
S0265 Laboratories Restores provisions of chapter 16.2 of title 23 as well as all of chapter 16.3 of title 23, which were repealed or deleted in the 2015 Budget Act, relating to definitions, licensing, and the operation of medical laboratories.
S0274 Reproductive Health Care Act Prohibits the state from interfering with a woman's decision to prevent, commence, continue, or terminate a pregnancy prior to fetal viability, or restricting the use or manner of medically recognized methods of contracept...
S0268 Insurance Coverage For Mental Health And Substance Abuse Disorders Redefines coinsurance to prohibit insurance contracts or policies from using coinsurance to calculate and collect additional funds from patients, including mental health and substance abuse patients.
S0337 The Uniformed Controlled Substances Act Approval and funding of drug awareness programs for minors placed with the department of behavioral healthcare, developmental disabilities and hospitals.
S0331 Relating To Human Services Authorizes HHS to apply for waivers to assure for housing, healthcare, and mental and behavioral health care services for the homeless.
S0311 Personal Income Tax Imposes 2% tax increase on personal income over $250,000 effective January 1, 2018.
S0318 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...
S0363 Registration Of Vehicles--gaspee Day Committee Creates a special fundraising license plate for the Gaspee Days committee.
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.
S0507 Minimum Wage--gratuities Incrementally increases from the $3.89 per hour subminimum wage for tipped workers to $9.00 per hour on January 1, 2021. Starting on January 1, 2022, the minimum hourly wage for tipped workers would be equal to the state's...
S0496 Office Of Health And Human Services Requires Executive Office of Health and Human Services to create a critical prescription drug drug list with a substantial public interest in pricing. Manufacturers would have to provide certain information costs and EOHHS...
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).
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."
S0503 Police And Fire Arbitrations Allows expired collective bargaining agreements for firefighters and municipal police to remain in effect until a successor agreement becomes operative.
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.
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.
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.
S0447 Child Care--state Subsidies Increases the child care provider reimbursement rate by five percent (5%).
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...
S0510 Wages Gradually increases the hourly minimum wage from $9.60 to $15.00 on January 1, 2022, as well as gradually increasing the hourly minimum wage for employees receiving gratuities from $3.89 an hour to $15.00 an hour on Januar...
S0469 State Budget- Citizens' Budget Report Requires the state budget office to produce a citizens' guide to the state budget, to be known as the "citizens' budget report," that is easily readable and understandable by the general public.
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...
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 ...
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...
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.
S0441 Energy Siting Requires environmental impacts be considered in energy plant siting proceedings.
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 ...
S0544 Governor's Council On Behavior Health Increases membership of council from 26 to 31 voting members with amendments to reflect current names of state depts./divisions/agencies listed in statute.
S0535 Senate Resolution Recognizing March 8, 2017, As "international Women's D... Senate Resolution Recognizing March 8, 2017, As "international Women's Day" In The State Of Rhode Island
S0561 Dogs Appoints an animal control officer to the rabies control board.
S0560 Relating To Waters And Navigation-rhode Island Underground Storage Tank ... Amends the Rhode Island Underground Storage Tank Financial Responsibility Act to streamline fund processes and clarify language within the law.
S0578 Accident And Sickness Insurance Policies Prohibits insurance companies from varying the premium rates charged for a health coverage plan based on the gender of the individual policy holder, enrollee, subscriber, or member.
S0580 Dental Health Coverage Permits dental patients of five health care providers to assign their dental benefits to dentist of their choice.
S0622 Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences To The Lynch Family On The Pass... Senate Resolution Expressing Condolences To The Lynch Family On The Passing Of John D. Lynch, Esquire
S0646 Joint Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study An E... Joint Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study An Early Intervention System For Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Children In Rhode Island (creates A 24 Member Commission To Study Of An Early Intervention Syste...
S0670 State Contracts Anti-discrimination Prohibits any state agency, department or person which is authorized to expend or collect money for the state, from many types of discrimination.
S0660 Spousal Notice For Abortion Repeals the requirement of notice to husband of a patient before an abortion procedure.
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.
S0644 Communication Access Services Requires insurance plans to include coverage for effective communication access services between patients who are deaf and their healthcare professionals in order to ensure that their health needs and treatments are unders...
S0643 Licensing Of Health Care Facilities Requires all hospitals and freestanding ambulatory surgical facilities to adopt policies to use a smoke evacuation system for surgical procedures that generate surgical smoke.
S0645 Equal Rights Of Blind And Deaf Persons To Public Facilities Requires movie theaters to provide open captioning for persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
S0649 Hearing Aids Increases the insurance coverage for hearing aids from $1,500 to $2,000, per ear, every three years. In addition the amount of insurance coverage would no longer be based on the age of the recipient.
S0659 Forms And Effect Of Conveyances Provides that all transfers of a mortgage interest on residential property be recorded so as to provide a clean chain of title for consumers to track the owner of their mortgage loans.
S0638 State Departments' Cooperation Facilitates the sharing of information between the treasury, state retirement system, division of taxation, and the department of labor and training concerning unclaimed property, taxation collection, and pension benefit m...
S0678 Temporary Disability Insurance Expands TDI benefits, changes the calculation of the taxable wage base, includes state and municipal employees; increases the maximum number of weeks an employee can collect TDI and TCI; and expands TCI benefits for the ca...
S0648 Health Care Facilities Staffing Broadens definition of "employee" to include assistants/technologists providing direct medical care to patients and allows union/association to file appeal to personnel appeal board.
S0693 Senate Resolution Congratulating The University Of Rhode Island Men’s Ba... Senate Resolution Congratulating The University Of Rhode Island Men’s Basketball Team On Winning The 2017 Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament Championship
S0707 Rhode Island Food, Drugs, And Cosmetics Act Requires manufacturers to fully disclose to the DOH all ingredients contained in their cosmetic products manufactured, distributed or sold in the state, and further subjects a manufacturer to financial penalties for a viol...
S0720 Agricultural Functions Of The Department Of Environmental Management Authorizes the directors of the departments of environmental management and health to enforce the Federal Food Safety Modernization Act as it pertains to commercial growers of fruits and vegetables.
S0757 Mental Health Law Articulates the role of police officers in obtaining treatment for those showing symptoms of mental illness.
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.
S0768 General Powers Allows the city council of Warwick to confer upon its municipal court the jurisdiction to apply the provisions of chapter 44 of title 34 regarding abandoned property.
S0774 Senate Resolution Respectfully Requesting That The Rhode Island Departme... Senate Resolution Respectfully Requesting That The Rhode Island Department Of Labor And Training Creates A “return To Work” Planning Group To Study The Possibility Of Developing A Hybrid Temporary Disability Insurance Prog...
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.
S0739 Personal Income Tax Provides for a voluntary deduction from any refund from the Rhode Island personal income tax for a contribution to the substance use and mental health leadership council of RI.
S0755 Departments Of State Government Adds a chief innovation officer to the governor's list of appointments to be made following an election to office.
S0771 Wages Defines and recognizes the existence and potential liability of lead entities concerning the payment of wages.
S0784 Wildlife Management Areas Replaces language referencing DEM park police and conservation police with environmental police officers.
S0835 Fraud And False Dealing Criminalize residential mortgage fraud and extend the statute of limitations for certain offenses.
S0858 Senate Resolution Expressing Sincere Condolences On The Passing Of Amede... Senate Resolution Expressing Sincere Condolences On The Passing Of Amedeo C. Merolla, Brigadier General, Ret.
S0856 Senate Resolution Congratulating Marcia Green On Being Inducted Into The... Senate Resolution Congratulating Marcia Green On Being Inducted Into The Rhode Island Press Association Hall Of Fame And Wishing Her A Most Fulfilling Retirement
S0919 Senate Resolution Respectfully Requesting That The Ri Congressional Dele... Senate Resolution Respectfully Requesting That The Ri Congressional Delegation Work To Revise The Food Safety Modernization Act And To Delay Its Implementation
S0982 Senate Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study Pes... Senate Resolution Creating A Special Legislative Commission To Study Pesticide Control Regulations
S0991 Senate Resolution Extending Condolences On The Passing Of The Honorable ... Senate Resolution Extending Condolences On The Passing Of The Honorable Eugene J. Mccaffrey, Jr.
S1005 Local Planning Board Or Commission Requires that members of local planning boards and commissions receive two (2) hours of training on issues related to development in flood plains and the effects of sea level rise once every two (2) years.
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 Road test approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H5685 Passage as amended 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 Cruelty to animals approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
H5882 Passage as amended 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 Workers' cooperatives approval of amendment 9/19/2017 Yea
S0676 Passage as amended 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 Passage in concurrence 8/3/2017 Yea
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 withdrawn lc 894/5 8/3/2017 Yea
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 reconsider 8/3/2017 Nay
H5175 State of rhode island - fy 2018 reconsider lc 894/5 8/3/2017 Yea
S1011 Passage 8/3/2017 Yea
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 Small cell siting act 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 Passage as amended 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 Nay
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 Licensing of care facilities approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0146 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0267 Passage as amended 6/29/2017 Yea
S0267 Department of health approval of amendment 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 Student journalists' freedom of expression act approval of amendment 6/29/2017 Yea
S0600 Passage as amended 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 Sexual offender registration and notification 6/28/2017 Yea
S0055 Passage 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 lc1160/4 6/28/2017 Nay
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
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 Cruelty to animals reconsider 6/28/2017 Yea
S0390 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0390 Cruelty to animals approval of amendment 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 Passage as amended 6/28/2017 Yea
S0789 Accident and sickness insurance policies approval of amendment 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 Health and Human Services
Detail State Committee Member Senate Committee on Environment and Agriculture
Senator Jeanine A. Calkin (Democrat - District 30, Warwick) was born on November 29, 1969 and is married to Daniel.
She is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University where she earned a bachelor's of science degree in information science, as well as a graduate of Bryant University where she earned a master's of science degree in information systems.
She is self-employed in the information technology industry.
She was elected to the Rhode Island Senate on November 8, 2016.