Senator Jack Reed delivers remarks congratulating Municipal Fire Academy graduates at the City of Pawtucket Firefighter Graduation Ceremony. A $4.2 million Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response grant, which Reed helped secure, paid for a significant portion of the training of the 21 graduates.
Undersecretary of the Bureau of Industry and Security Eric Hirschhorn joins U.S. Senator Jack Reed and other officials to discuss the state’s growing export industry and visit two Rhode Island businesses in West Warwick.
On National Senior Health and Fitness Day, U.S. Senator Jack Reed visits the Salvatore Mancini Senior Center to participate in their annual health fair “Spring into Wellness.”
U.S. Senator Jack Reed joins with Serve Rhode Island, volunteers from Schneider Electric, and a special AmeriCorps team from the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) to assist with Sandy recovery and cleanup of Winnepaug Pond in Westerly. Reed, a member of the Appropriations Committee, has helped direct millions of dollars in emergency federal funding to Rhode Island to help homeowners, business, and communities recover, and rebuild coastal, transportation, and clean water infrastructure.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed visits United Methodist Elder Care to discuss the importance of protecting Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and veterans’ benefits and to highlight the growing opposition to cutting Cost of Living Adjustments for Social Security and disabled veterans.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed joins local farmers at Escobar’s Highland Farm in Portsmouth to announce a new federal grant for the Rhode Island Dairy Farms Cooperative, which produces Rhody Fresh Milk, to help strengthen and expand its business operations.
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