(born 1957) is an American politician who is a Democratic State Representative from Rhode Island representing District 11 in the city of Providence, Rhode Island. She was the first Dominican-American woman elected to state office in the history of the United States of America.
08.07.2011 [GoLocalProv] - Grace Diaz and Harold Metts -> It won't be easy to enforce, but these lawmakers deserve credit for coming up with a plan to restrict the sale of rolling papers to minors. Let's face it: Everyone knows what people do with rolling papers.
30.06.2011 [Providence Journal (blog)] - Grace Diaz, D-Providence, who sponsored the "Comprehensive Racial Profiling Act of 2011," said Thursday that she did not have the support needed for passage. The bill was recommitted to the House Judiciary Committee without coming to a floor vote
29.06.2011 [Providence Journal] - Grace Diaz, D-Providence, the Comprehensive Racial Profiling Prevention Act of 2011 would strengthen existing law banning racial profiling in traffic stops by state and municipal law enforcement. Besides the proposed ban on consent searches of