U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, today requested that the Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, open an investigation into how John Russell Houser was able to legally purchase a handgun despite being involuntarily committed to a mental institution in 2008.
Congressman David N. Cicilline announced the introduction of the Equality Act, legislation to extend anti-discrimination protections in public accommodations, housing, employment, federal funding, education, credit, and jury service.
Delegation & Raimondo Announce $250,000 in Federal Funds to Benefit RI Youth with Substance Abuse Disorders
The funding comes via HHS’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, which promotes substance abuse treatment and recovery services, and seeks to reduce barriers to access to high-quality care.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is continuing its efforts to restore the state's roadways and bridges with an improvement project along Dexter Street in Central Falls and Pawtucket.
Jim was a passionate advocate for the recovery movement and an inspiration to so many struggling with addiction today.
TRIO SSS program could provide as much as $2.7 million to help first-generation and other new CCRI students succeed in the classroom and beyond
As a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, I look forward to thoroughly reviewing the details of this proposed agreement.
Bipartisan legislation will increase outstanding leverage available to SBICs by $125 million annually
The United States has always been a beacon of freedom and opportunity for the rest of the world, and it is important that we stand with the people of Ukraine during this uncertain time
The Consumer Privacy Protection Act will help modernize standards for protecting consumer data and provide some much-needed peace of mind for American consumers