Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today concerning the retirement of Colonel of the State Police Steven O'Donnell.
Legislation bans 22 dangerous synthetic substances, makes prosecution easier
Congressman Cicilline announced over $160,000 in federal funding to help fire departments in East Greenwich and Portsmouth purchase needed safety equipment and enhance training programs.
“We can’t let up until every Rhode Islander has the opportunity not just to make ends meet, but to get ahead," said Congressman Cicilline.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement on the passing of former Mayor of Pawtucket James Doyle.
Legislation will simplify and reform student loan system, make college more affordable for millions
Congressman Cicilline joined seniors at the Leon Mathieu Senior Center in Pawtucket to welcome the new Senior Transport Shuttle to the city’s fleet.
Following Federal Judge’s Ruling on Transgender Students, Cicilline Calls on Speaker Ryan to Bring Up Equality Act
"Judge O’Connor’s misguided ruling underscores that the only way to ensure equal treatment for LGBT Americans is if Congress prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity," said Congressman Cicilline.
RI Congressional Delegation Announces $385K in Fire & Rescue Funds for Lincoln, Narragansett, and Pawtucket
Congressman Cicilline announced new federal funding to help fire departments in Lincoln, Narragansett, and Pawtucket purchase new equipment.
Members of U.S. House outline plan to expand benefits, cut taxes for seniors, and ensure Social Security works through 2100