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I’m proud to be co-sponsoring legislation that will fix the existing backlog of claims in the VA system and provide an effective long-term solution once and for all.
I join families across Rhode Island in thanking our entire veterans community for the sacrifices they have endured on our behalf.
Cicilline Joins Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers to Announce Legislation Establishing Commission on America and Its Veterans
As a country, we need to do more to stand by the men and women who have stood up to defend our freedoms, and it is especially critical that we help those veterans who are struggling with addiction, homelessness, and very high unemployment, among other pressing challenges.
Cicilline Delivers More Than 6,500 Valentine’s Day Cards Prepared By Rhode Island Students to Honor Veterans
U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) met with Rhode Island veterans this morning at the Providence VA Medical Center where he delivered Valentine’s Day cards prepared by Rhode Island students.
Congressman David Cicilline invites area grade schools to take part in this year’s "Valentines for Veterans" initiative in Rhode Island’s 1st District by helping prepare Valentine’s Day cards for Rhode Island veterans and service members.
Cicilline Joins Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers to Pass Updated Stolen Valor Act Rhode Island Congressman is co-sponsor of legislation that criminalizes false claims of military valor
Standing up for Rhode Island veterans and their families, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) today joined his colleagues to pass the Stolen Valor Act of 2012.
America is safer than we were 11 years ago – we are more vigilant as a nation and better equipped to respond to emerging threats – and this is because of the brave men and women in uniform who are serving our country all over the world.
This year we will also honor a new generation of heroes - the brave men and women of our Armed Forces who are serving our country in Afghanistan and all over the world.
Congressman Cicilline announced that his office was able to help Mrs. Frances Nover, a senior from Lincoln and a surviving spouse of a wartime veteran, secure “Aid and Attendance” benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.