Senator Reed joined the official launch of brewing operations at the IBG’s new 100-barrel brewhouse. Located in the heart of downtown Pawtucket, the facility is the largest American-made craft brewhouse in the United States.
Reed, Educators Outline How Trump Plan to Slash $8.5 billion from Education Would Harm All RI Students
Senator Reed joined with advocates at Meeting Street to outline the negative impact Trump’s education budget would have on Rhode Island students, including those experiencing disabilities, and rallied in support of a budget of inclusion that ensures equal rights and equal access for all.
Senator Reed took a tour of the newly-renoved and improved Cranston public Libray and joined local library officials for a roundtable to discuss best practices and innovations from the libraries across the state.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Senator Reed joined with the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island for the “Peace Begins at Home” forum. The program featured a panel discussion exploring how women across Rhode Island are making a major impact through advocating for peace and nonviolence and working to prevent domestic violence, sexual harassment, and gun violence.
Senator Reed helped honor and celebrate the legacy of the late-U.S. Senator Claiborne Pell, who would have turned 100 last November, at Salve Regina University in Newport. Claiborne de Borda Pell served as a U.S. Senator of Rhode Island for six terms from 1961 to 1997. Other attendees included Sister Therese Antone, Chancellor of Salve Regina University; former Pell staffers; journalists who covered the late Senator; and more.
Reed Tours Displays of Scientific Ingenuity and Talent at the Rhode Island Science & Engineering Fair
Senator Reed met with middle school and high school students and explore local science and engineering projects at the 2019 Rhode Island Science & Engineering Fair. The fair displayed hundreds of science projects from across the state.
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