The President's budget proposal will expand economic opportunity, grow the middle class, and reduce the deficit.
This bill helps middle class families, it is completely paid for and it preserves reforms in the long-term that were implemented to ensure the National Flood Insurance Program remains sustainable.
I am pleased Governor Brewer did the right thing by vetoing this bill. This action reflects American values of freedom, non-discrimination, and equal protection, and I am pleased Arizona will come down on the right side of history.
No one in America should work full time and live in poverty. Hardworking Americans earning the minimum wage deserve a raise.
These funds will provide much needed assistance and I will continue fighting to ensure Rhode Island’s fishing industry quickly receives the support it needs to better weather the devastating storm this fisheries disaster has caused.
Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation today announced the state is receiving over $1 million in federal reimbursement funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help with the cleanup costs from last year’s major snowstorm.
I am appalled that President Museveni backtracked on his announcement that he would reject this odious legislation that promotes discrimination.
I am deeply disturbed that any state legislature would pass a law allowing business owners to discriminate against individuals relying religious grounds.
Protecting social security benefits for our seniors and veterans is an important priority for me and I applaud President Obama on his decision to exclude chained CPI from his budget proposal, which I have advocated for over the last year.
“This is a great opportunity for kids and their parents to have fun, learn, and promote STEAM education,” said Cicilline, who serves on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet that oversees information technology. “I encourage all eligible Rhode Islanders to participate in this competition and look forward to viewing what they create.”