Senator Reed marched in the 233rd annual Fourth of July Parade in Bristol. The parade is the largest parade in Rhode Island and the nation's longest-running Independence Day celebration.
Reed & Whitehouse Seek to Reverse Trump Administration’s Forced Family Separation Policy at the Border
Senator Reed joined Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, community leaders, pediatrictians, and immigration activists to address the Trump Administration's policy of involuntarily separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Senator Reed met in his D.C. office with Honduran religious leaders Rev. Ismael Moreno (Padre Melo) and Sister Rosa Maria Trochez, SSND to discuss human rights and the current political situation in Honduras.
Senator Reed joined Governor Raimondo, his colleagues in the Rhode Island Congressional Delegation, and other community and state leaders at Rhode Island Kids Count's annual breakfast to discuss the status of children's issues in Rhode Island and accepting the 2018 Kids Counts Factbook with the latest in information and statistics with regards to child health, education, and well-being in the state.
Senator Reed met with Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) officials to tour the East Side Bus Tunnel in Providence and discuss a new $903,870 federal grant to help improve the tunnel, which is over 103 years old. The federal funds may be used to lay the groundwork for needed repairs and long-term upgrades to enhance bus traffic safety and operational efficiency of the tunnel, which serves almost 10 percent of RIPTA’s riders.
Senator Reed headed to Ashaway Elementary School in Hopkington to read and speak with fourth-grade students.
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