2007 -- H 6092 AS AMENDED
H O U S E R E S O L U T I O N
CREATING A SPECIAL HOUSE COMMISSION TO STUDY THE EFFECTS NATURAL DISASTERS HAVE ON PROPERTY INSURANCE COSTS AND REQUIREMENTS IN THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
Introduced By: Representatives Crowley, Shanley, Walsh, Naughton, and D Caprio
Date Introduced: March 06, 2007
RESOLVED, That a special House commission be and the same is hereby created
consisting of fifteen (15) members: fifteen (15) of whom shall be members of the House of
Representatives, not more than twelve (12) from the same political party, to be appointed by the
Speaker of the House.
In lieu of any appointment of a member of the legislature to a permanent advisory
commission, a legislative study commission, or any commission created by a General Assembly
resolution, the appointing authority may appoint a member of the general public to serve in lieu
of a legislator, provided that the majority leader or the minority leader of the political party which
is entitled to the appointment consents to the appointment of the member of the general public.
The purpose of said commission shall be to make a comprehensive study of the effects
natural disasters have on property insurance costs and requirements in the State of Rhode Island.
Forthwith upon passage of this resolution, the members of the commission shall meet at
the call of the Speaker of the House and organize and shall select, from among the legislators, a
chairperson. Vacancies in said commission shall be filled in like manner as the original
The membership of said commission shall receive no compensation for their services.
All departments and agencies of the state shall furnish such advice and information,
documentary and otherwise, to said commission and its agents as is deemed necessary or
desirable by the commission to facilitate the purposes of this resolution.
The Speaker of the House is hereby authorized and directed to provide suitable quarters
for said commission; and be it further
RESOLVED, That the commission shall report its findings and recommendations to the
House of Representatives no later than March 4, 2008 and said commission shall expire on April