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    Rhode Island (2009)

    Rhode Island (2009) Session


    Mission: Request the Legislature to support and pass H5298 and H5436.

    Task: Call, Fax, e-mail

    Message: (Example)

    To the Honorable Senator ___________,

    I'm writing / calling to ask Senator __________ To support and help pass H5298 and H5436, it is imperative in these economic hard times for our Representatives to do all that is possible to discourage illegal immigration, this bill covers so many of the problems existing in Rhode Island caused by illegal immigration, it is time for Rhone Island officials to stop protecting illegal aliens and start protecting the citizens and taxpayer funds from going to other than Legal Residence.

    Thank You,
    XXXXXXX
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    To the Honorable Senator ___________,

    I'm writing / calling to ask Senator __________to Please support and help pass S0210 and H5143: E-Verify has been proven to be 99.6% accurate, almost perfect. There is no excuse for Illegal aliens to be taking Americans jobs with a program like that availabe, all it takes to protect Americans jobs now is the will of our Representatives, please support Americans workers.

    Respectfully,
    XXXXX

    Support:

    H5298: The Rhode Island Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2009: Would enact various laws designed to require state agencies to cooperate with federal immigration authorities in enforcing federal immigration laws and would amend various existing state statutes relative to eligibility for drivers licenses.
    Text:
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/B ... /H5298.htm
    Introduced By: Representatives Palumbo, Corvese, Malik, Gablinske, and Jacquard
    Date Introduced: February 04, 2009
    Referred To: House Judiciary

    H5436: Would exclude illegal immigrants from workers’ compensation coverage and impose penalties on employers who knowingly hire unauthorized workers. Introduced by Representatives Trillo, Gablinske, Brien and Palumbo.
    Text:
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/B ... /H5436.htm
    Introduced By: Representatives Trillo, Gablinske, Brien, and Palumbo
    Date Introduced: February 11, 2009
    Referred To: House Labor

    (UPDATE 5/12/09)

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) House lawmakers have narrowly approved a bill requiring private companies to use the federal E-Verify database to check the immigration status of new hires.
    ( See below)
    Now headed to the Senate!!

    S0210 and H5143: E-Verify Compliance: Would establish the E-Verify compliance chapter and require all private employers in the state with three or more employees to apply to participate in E-Verify program, and participate if accepted.
    Introduced By: Senators Cote, Sheehan, Picard, Maselli, and Felag
    Date Introduced: February 04, 2009
    Referred To: Senate Judiciary
    Text:
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/B ... /S0210.htm

    This bill has no meat in it, it makes English the "Primarey language" not the official Language, waste of time.
    S0315: Rhode Island Policy and Its Diverse Cultures: Would establish English as Rhode Island’s primary language. Introduced by Senators Blais, Lenihan, Cote, Maher, and Maselli.

    Oppose

    Misson: Request Legislatures to oppose H5167 Instate tuition for illegal aliens and S0206 and H5384 restricts proof of immigration status.

    Message: (Example)

    To the Honorable Senator ___________,

    I'm writing / calling to ask Senator __________ I oppose H1567 Instate Tuition for illegal aliens and encourge and beg you to do the same. Aside from it going against federal immigration laws " Immigration Nationality Act of 1996" It is simply unfair for citizens from other states to pay more than someone from another country, and especially someone here illegally.

    S0206 and H5384, are just plain offensive, we have laws in this country and when people do not abide by the laws, chaos and anarchy abound. How can law enforcement possibly do their job if they can not check immigration status? Please oppose this bill, common sense says it is not good or our state or its citizens. Our Representatives are suppose to support and protect their constituents not illegal aliens.

    Thank You
    XXXXXXXX

    H5167: Student Equal Economic Opportunity Act: Would identify students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition at public universities, colleges or community colleges. (instate tuition for illegals)
    Text:
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/B ... /H5167.htm
    Introduced by Representatives : Diaz, Almeida, Slater, Ajello, and Dennigan
    Date Introduced: January 27, 2009
    Referred To: House Health, Education & Welfare

    S0206 and H5384: State Rights of Immigrants/Immigrant Status: Would restrict inquiries into an individual’s immigration status concerning enforcement of state labor, employment, civil rights and employee housing laws.
    Text:
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/B ... /S0206.htm
    Introduced By: Senator C Levesque
    Date Introduced: February 04, 2009
    Referred To: Senate Judiciary

    Resolutions:

    H5234: House resolution opposing the E-Verify program and urging Congress to halt its implementation. Introduced by Representatives Almeida, Williams, Diaz, and Slater.

    http://www.projo.com/a/2009/02/28/immigration.html

    Contact Information:

    State Website
    http://www.info.ri.gov/

    Governor Donald L. Carcieri
    http://www.governor.state.ri.us/

    House of Representatives
    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/Email/RepE ... strict.asp

    Senate

    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/Email/SenE ... strict.asp

    Bill text

    http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText09/
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    Go get em RI.

    Kick their illegal alien butts RI.
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    OK!

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    Will be working on this one!

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    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-154824.html
    House committees approve E-Verify, photo ID measures
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    UPDATE 5/12/09

    Now headed to the Senate!!

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    RI lawmakers approve immigration checks on workers


    By KELSEY ABBRUZZESE
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    Published: Tue, May 12, 2009 - 10:24 am
    Last Updated: Tue, May 12, 2009 - 5:02 pm

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) House lawmakers have narrowly approved a bill requiring private companies to use the federal E-Verify database to check the immigration status of new hires.

    House legislators voted 37-33 on Tuesday to approve the bill sponsored by Rep. Jon Brien, a Democrat who said the legislation addresses a jobs issue.

    Workplace and immigration advocates have argued the bill would implement a flawed system, put financial pressure on small businesses and discriminate against minorities.

    The legislation now heads to the Senate, where it stalled last year.

    According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 12 states require some form of E-Verify. Gov. Don Carcieri signed an executive order in 2008 that forces executive branch agencies and companies doing business with the state to use it.

    http://www.wkrg.com/associated_press/ar ... ers/46208/

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-156155.html
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    5/12/2009 House approves citizenship verification program
    The House of Representatives today voted 38 to 33 to approve legislation sponsored by Rep. Jon D. Brien to deter illegal immigration by requiring employers with three or more employees to use a program that verifies the legal citizenship status of all new hires over the Internet.



    5/12/2009 House approves citizenship verification program

    STATE HOUSE – The House of Representatives today voted 38 to 33 to approve legislation sponsored by Rep. Jon D. Brien to deter illegal immigration by requiring employers with three or more employees to use a program that verifies the legal citizenship status of all new hires over the Internet.

    The legislation (2009-H 5143) would require all Rhode Island employers to use the Federal Electronic Employment Authorization Verification Program, also known as “E-Verify.
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    Senate Contact Information

    1 Senator Maryellen Goodwin sen-goodwin@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 272-3102 Bio
    2 Senator Juan M. Pichardo sen-pichardo@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 461-2389 Bio
    3 Senator Rhoda E. Perry sen-perry@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 751-7165 Bio
    4 Senator Dominick J. Ruggerio sen-ruggerio@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 331-6074 Bio
    5 Senator Paul V. Jabour sen-jabour@rilin.state.ri.us (401) Bio
    6 Senator Harold M. Metts sen-metts@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 272-0112 Bio
    7 Senator Frank A. Ciccone III sen-ciccone@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 275-0949 Bio
    8 Senator James E. Doyle, II sen-doyle@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 729-9988 Bio
    9 Senator Michael J. Pinga sen-pinga@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 276-5594 Bio
    10 Senator Walter S. Felag Jr. sen-felag@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 245-7521 Bio
    11 Senator Charles J. Levesque sen-levesque@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 683-9194 Bio
    12 Senator Louis P. DiPalma sen-dipalma@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 847-8540 Bio
    13 Senator M. Teresa Paiva-Weed sen-paivaweed@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 222-6655 Bio
    14 Senator Daniel DaPonte sen-daponte@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 434-6701 Bio
    15 Senator John F. McBurney III sen-mcburney@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 725-2459 Bio
    16 Senator Elizabeth A. Crowley sen-crowley@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 725-8526 Bio
    17 Senator Edward J. O'Neill sen-eoneill@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 728-3295 Bio
    18 Senator Frank A. DeVall, Jr. sen-devall@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 862-1921 Bio
    19 Senator Daniel P. Connors sen-connors@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 222-3310 Bio
    20 Sen. Roger A. Picard sen-picard@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 769-4902 Bio
    21 Senator Leo R. Blais sen-blais@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 823-4536 Bio
    22 Senator John J. Tassoni Jr. sen-tassoni@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 233-2602 Bio
    23 Senator Paul W. Fogarty sen-fogarty@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 949-0895 Bio
    24 Senator Marc A. Cote sen-cote@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 765-3360 Bio
    25 Senator Christopher B. Maselli sen-maselli@rilin.state.ri.us (401) Bio
    26 Senator Beatrice A. Lanzi sen-lanzi@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 946-7125 Bio
    27 Senator Hanna M. Gallo sen-gallo@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 942-8566 Bio
    28 Senator Joshua Miller sen-miller@rilin.state.ri.us (401) Bio
    29 Senator Michael J. McCaffrey sen-mccaffrey@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 739-7576 Bio
    30 Senator William A. Walaska sen-walaska@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 737-1065 Bio
    31 Senator Erin P. Lynch sen-lynch@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 739-8500 Bio
    32 Senator David E. Bates sen-bates@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 246-1379 Bio
    33 Senator Leonidas P. Raptakis sen-raptakis@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 397-2720 Bio
    34 Senator Francis T. Maher, Jr. sen-maher@rilin.state.ri.us (401) Bio
    35 Senator J. Michael Lenihan sen-lenihan@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 884-6398 Bio
    36 Senator James C. Sheehan sen-sheehan@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 884-1077 Bio
    37 Senator V. Susan Sosnowski sen-sosnowski@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 783-7704 Bio
    38 Senator Dennis L. Algiere sen-algiere@rilin.state.ri.us (401) 222-2708 Bio
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