I applaud President Obama and CVS on partnering together to help strengthen small businesses in Rhode Island and across the nation.
To compete in the global economy Rhode Island and our nation need a trained and highly skilled workforce.
We have a responsibility to help victims of crime get back on their feet and recover.
Public lands, parks and wilderness are national treasures which warrant our steadfast protection; and it is Congress’ responsibility, through support of programs like LWCF, to ensure this work is achieved.
Congratulations to the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island on winning these federal funds to support their important work to combat homelessness.
I wish you and your family a safe and enjoyable Fourth of July.
I am deeply disappointed with the Supreme Court’s ruling and will continue working to stop attacks on women’s access to complete health care services and to advance women’s basic rights. This fight is not over.
Excessive oil speculation spikes gas prices and hurts middle class families. I will keep fighting for common-sense solutions to protect Rhode Island consumers by ending these outrageous practices on Wall Street.
This bipartisan House bill could represent a potential breakthrough in an effort to extend unemployment benefits for millions of Americans.
A good home provides the foundation upon which individuals and families thrive, children learn and grow, and communities prosper.