Like all Rhode Islanders, I am deeply saddened by the passing of Sister Ann Keefe today. I had the extraordinary honor of working with Sister Ann over many years and treasured our friendship.
Tonight’s forum is designed to educate Rhode Island’s immigrant community on how to access the opportunities made available through the President’s executive orders so eligible immigrants can get right with the law and stay with their families.
Cicilline Urges National Grid to Implement Percentage of Income Payment Plan for Low-Income Rhode Islanders
No family should have to choose between heating their home and putting food on the table.
I strongly oppose the Department of Defense decision to downsize the U.S. troop presence at Lajes Field on Terceira, Azores.
I applaud President Obama’s bold plan to increase access higher education so that America can remain competitive in the 21st century economy.
I will continue to fight to expand this requirement to make sure that every single member of the House is required to undergo annual ethics training.
Being sworn in to the 114th Congress today was an incredible honor and I am tremendously grateful for the privilege to return to Congress to serve the people of Rhode Island.
Governor Mario Cuomo was a leading voice for liberal causes, a fiercely proud Italian-American, and a passionate advocate for economic opportunity and equality for all.
I wish you and your family a very happy, healthy and peaceful New Year.
Governor Chafee, the Rhode Island Congressional Delegation, Governor-Elect Raimondo Make an International Business Announcement
Rhode Island’s workers, ports, highways and other assets make it an attractive gateway for international businesses to enter the U.S. market.