Press Releases

Apr 21, 2021

Cicilline Bill to Lower Gas Prices Passes Judiciary Committee

Issues: Consumer Protection and Financial Reform, Energy, Environment

U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (RI-01), who introduced the bipartisan No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels (NOPEC) Act (H.R.2393) earlier this year along with Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (NY-10) and Republican Congressman Steve Chabot (OH-01), issued the following statement after the House Judiciary Committee voted to send his bill to the House floor:

Apr 20, 2021

Cicilline Statement on Passing of Walter Mondale

“A true son of Minnesota, Walter “Fritz” Mondale rose from humble origins to serve our country as an Army Corporal, in the U.S. Senate, and as Vice President of the United States.”

Apr 15, 2021

Cicilline Remarks on Paycheck Fairness Act

Issues: Jobs and the Economy, Women's Issues
Apr 15, 2021

Cicilline Statement on Big Tech Report Markup in Judiciary Committee

Issues: Consumer Protection and Financial Reform

House Antitrust Subcommittee Chairman David N. Cicilline (RI-01) issued the following statement today after the House Judiciary Committee marked up and approved a report on the findings of the Subcommittee’s 16-month long investigation into the state of competition in the digital economy.

Apr 8, 2021

Cicilline Statement on Biden Executive Orders

U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (RI-01), who joined President Biden for today’s announcement of new executive orders to combat gun violence, issued the statement below: “The United States is the only developed country in the world where gun violence is a public health emergency. We kill each other with guns 297 times more often than the Japanese, 49 times more often than the French, and 33 times more often than the Israelis. For the last quarter century, Republicans in Congress have refused to do anything to stop this bloodshed. It’s a disgrace.”

Apr 6, 2021

Cicilline Statement on Death of Rep. Alcee Hastings

“Beginning as a civil rights attorney and continuing through nearly three decades in Congress, Alcee Hastings fought to make our country a kinder, fairer place, particularly for Black men and women. His death today is a loss for the people of southeast Florida, who he served for so long.” “My thoughts are with his wife, Patricia, and their entire family during this time of grief.”

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