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Jun 1, 2011 | The Providence Phoenix

The Providence Phoenix: Cicilline on Manufacturing

Congressman David Cicilline, who has faced a firestorm over his handling of the city budget as mayor of Providence, got a chance to change the subject today - holding a press event to formally introduce his "Make it in America" block grant proposal and to tout a broader, six-point plan to boost the state's manufacturing sector.

Jun 1, 2011 | The Providence Journal

The Providence Journal: Nailing it

Officials from the U.S. Small Business Administration and U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline visited [Pilgrim Screw Corp.] as part of a national initiative to celebrate domestic manufacturing. The visit, which included SBA New England Regional Administrator Jeanne A. Hulit, also comes on the heels of National Small Business week which was observed in mid-May.

Jun 1, 2011 | Providence Business News

Providence Business News: U.S. SBA highlights manufacturing with visit to Pilgrim Screw

“In order to re-build our economy, we must focus on making things again in this country,” said U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline, who took part in today’s visit. “We’ve got to invest in our manufacturers and give them the tools they need to succeed and create more jobs.”

May 31, 2011 | Community MusicWorks

The Online Journal of Community MusicWorks: RI arts organizations, including CMW, will receive NEA funding

Issues: Education

“The arts industry is an important economic driver in Rhode Island,” said U.S. Representative David Cicilline. “These critical funds from the National Endowment for the Arts will support the work of the Rhode Island State Council, Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School, Community MusicWorks, FirstWorks and Everett Dance Theatre; five organizations that are helping to fuel our economic recovery, teach our children, and expand our civic discourse during these trying economic times.

May 31, 2011 | South Kingstown Patch

South Kingstown Patch: Gov. Chafee, Federal Delegation Discuss Future Of Kingston Station

Rhode Island Governor Chafee joined the state’s entire congressional delegation in Kingston Friday morning to celebrate the awarding of $25 million for station improvements designed to speed Amtrak service through the town.

May 19, 2011

Providence Journal: Cicilline launches block-grant program to boost R.I. manufacturers

New manufacturers have opened facilities, Cicilline said, but many more have left the state. The block-grant program is aimed at reversing that trend, so that local companies can “export goods all over the world instead of exporting jobs,” the congressman said.

May 19, 2011

WJAR-TV: Cicilline details bill to grow manufacturing jobs

U.S. Rep. David Cicilline has visited a shuttered greeting card manufacturer to promote legislation designed to jumpstart Rhode Island's battered manufacturing economy. Cicilline detailed the proposal Wednesday outside Pawtucket's Paramount Cards, whose closure five years ago cost the state 250 jobs.

May 19, 2011

Go Local Prov: Cicilline Introduces Manufacturing Plan

Congressman David Cicilline introduced a six-point plan to revive Rhode Island manufacturing yesterday. The centerpiece of the plan is his Make it In America Block Grant Act yesterday, which Cicilline unveiled at a press conference in Pawtucket Wednesday.

May 9, 2011

WJAR-TV: Gene Valicenti talks with Rep. David Cicilline about the war in Afghanistan.

Issues: The War in Afghanistan

NBC 10's Gene Valicenti talks with Rep. David Cicilline about the war in Afghanistan.