Congressman Cicilline today announced that high school students Natalie Paris, Alek Comella, and Maxwell Silva were the winners of his 2012 Congressional Art Competition.
Leo Beland, a lifelong Rhode Islander who served in the United States Army during the Normandy Campaign, today received the Bronze Star Medal that should have been presented to him 66 years ago.
The President’s announcement is an encouraging step, and I, like all Rhode Islanders, look forward to the day when we can welcome home the last of our combat troops.
Congressman Cicilline hosted a Call to Action at Rhode Island College for area students, parents, and business leaders to rally support for a commonsense solution to this problem.
Like Groundhog Day, here we go again, Republicans on the far right are injecting a poison pill into a common-sense plan to help our college students and their families by keeping student loan interest rates from doubling.
Cicilline Joins Chafee, LaHood, Lewis and Members of Congressional Delegation for Opening of Wickford Junction
Stressing his support for maintaining robust investments in Rhode Island’s infrastructure, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline took part in this morning’s grand opening of the Wickford Junction Train Station and Garage.
Congressman Cicilline introduced legislation aimed at curbing excessive oil speculation.
In August 1941, at the height of conflict in World War II, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who had been briefed on the systematic killings of Jews in Europe, declared, ‘We are in the presence of a crime without a name.’
Congressman Cicilline, who has co-sponsored the Paycheck Fairness Act in the House, today called on House Republicans to help close the wage gap that still exists between women and men in the workforce.
On Tax Day, Congressman Cicilline reiterated his call for Congress to take steps to restore tax fairness for the middle class, beginning with the Buffett Rule