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A group of new Americans celebrated their first night as citizens of the United States by enjoying an American tradition – baseball.
U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was in Providence warning that highway infrastructure projects across Rhode Island could be stalled next month without Congressional action.
June 21st has been designated as “National Asking Saves Kids” Day (ASK), by U.S. Congressman David Cicilline.
"What I saw and heard during my trip to Ukraine confirmed many of my beliefs. Ukrainians overwhelmingly support a unified democratic country and are committed to free and fair elections."
Congressman David Cicilline, on the other hand, said he would “continue to urge the Obama Administration to proceed cautiously.”
Out Rep. David Cicilline's Global Respect Act would looks to promote LGBT rights worldwide by denying egregious human rights violators entry into the U.S.
"But for their courage, and but for their tenacity and for their willingness to fight for our freedoms we would live in a very different world today," said Rep. Cicilline.
The bottom line is that our veterans and their families deserve to know that we will honor their service and sacrifice by doing everything necessary to guarantee they receive all of the care they richly deserve.
Cicilline will participate in ceremonies that include a ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial with President Obama, French President Francois Hollande and other heads of state.
Rep. Cicilline was chosen to speak loudly on the issue, while introducing the an act aimed at ending the purchase of firearms by a dangerous individual.