U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) issued the following statement on the Inauguration of Donald Trump as President.
As More Evidence Emerges of Russia’s Preference for Trump and President-Elect Refuses to Divest Business Interests, Cicilline Reintroduces Legislation Requiring Disclosure of Tax Returns
Congressman Cicilline announced that he has reintroduced The Presidential Tax Disclosure Act (H.R. 540) to require the publication of current tax returns filed annually with the Internal Revenue Service by any sitting President of the United States.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement after House Republicans voted to move forward on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Cicilline, Elizabeth Warren, Katherine Clark Introduce Bill Requiring President, Vice President to Fully Divest Personal Financial Conflicts of Interest
"The American people should always have confidence that their elected officials are acting only in the public interest. This is especially true for the President of the United States and his appointees."
In order to uphold our core American values, it is critical that President-elect Trump and his fellow Republicans stop playing politics and work to hold Russia accountable. No matter our political differences, we are all Americans. Country must come before political party.
114th Congress Report: Cicilline Delivers Results for Working Families, Emerges as Leader in House Democratic Caucus
During the 114th Congress, Congressman David N. Cicilline (RI-1) emerged as a leader in the House Democratic Caucus and continued to deliver real results that make a difference in the lives of hard-working Rhode Island families.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement today after House Republicans moved to temporarily table their effort to gut the independent Office of Congressional Ethics.
Congressman Cicilline issued the following statement after President Obama announced a series of new sanctions and other punitive actions against Russia today
Over past week, Rhode Island Congressman met with, thanked servicemembers in Afghanistan, Korea, Japan