Senator Reed joined with Governor Gina Raimondo, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director Peter Alviti to officially begin work on the $410 million 6-10 Interchange project.
In honor of her many years of service to children in education, Senator Reed helped to present a flag that once flew over the U.S. Capitol to June Guglielmi, a 27-year veteran teacher at North Scituate Elementary School.
Senator Reed joined Governor Raimondo, Congressman David Cicilline, and leaders from HealthSource RI to urge eligible Rhode Islanders to sign up for health insurance by the end of the state's open enrollment period at the end of December.
During open enrollment, Rhode Island individuals and families have the opportunity to enroll or renew their health insurance coverage for the 2018 calendar year.
With the FCC gearing up to repeal net neutrality, Senator Reed hosted an event at the Providence Public Library to discuss how a repeal would be bad for consumers, businesses, and democracy and would put people who can’t pay for preferential treatment online at a disadvantage.
Senator Reed met up with RI's Secondary School Principal of the Year Chris Savastano at Tolman High School in Pawtucket to meet cadets in the school's JROTC Marine Corps Leadership Education Program.
Senator Reed presented Jamestown resident and Vietnam veteran Paul Harvey with medals he earned but never received for his service during the Vietnam War. A veteran of the United States Army, Mr. Harvey received a Silver Star Medal, the military’s third-highest personal decoration for valor in combat, as well as a Purple Heart Medal with one Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster, among other awards.
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