Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement after the U.S. Senate voted to confirm former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex W. Tillerson as the 69th United States Secretary of State.
Co-Chairs of Democratic Policy and Communications Committee Call for Oversight Investigation into President Trump’s Dangerous Muslim Ban
Reps. David Cicilline, Cheri Bustos & Hakeem Jeffries Call on Chairman Jason Chaffetz to launch a bipartisan investigation in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement after President Donald Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
To show support for marginalized communities, Congressman Cicilline and colleagues are celebrating diversity and inclusion at the President’s address to a joint session of Congress on February 28.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to suspend the admission of Syrian refugees to the United States.
"Today, we remember 11 million men, women, and children whose lives were taken during the darkest chapter in human history," said Congressman Cicilline.
Just hours after President Donald Trump moved to weaken new health insurance enrollments, U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline is stepping up his efforts to ensure Rhode Islanders have the tools and resources they need to get health insurance coverage for 2017.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today after President Trump signed new executive orders to authorize the construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, hire thousands of new U.S. Border Agents, and increase deportations of undocumented immigrants.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today after President Trump suggested he will launch a massive investigation into claims of voter fraud that experts have repeatedly concluded are baseless.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today after Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted down an amendment he offered to require U.S. government employees to disclose any conflicts of interest, or prior work as an agent of a foreign government, before testifying as a witness in front of the committee.