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September 2018
Reed Delivers $396k to Help People With Disabilities Find Accessible Housing
Reed Secures Nearly $2 Million to Help Pawtucket & Providence Identify and Remediate Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Public Housing
August 2018
U.S. Senate Passes Transportation, Housing & Urban Development Spending Bill
June 2018
Reed Advances Major Transportation & Housing Funding Increases to Benefit RI
May 2018
Reed Seeks to Prevent Trump Admin from Hammering Affordable Housing in RI
April 2018
Top Appropriators Urge Trump Administration to Remove Unnecessary Barriers to the Successful TIGER Grant Program
Reed Opposes Trump Proposal to Increase Rent on Struggling Families
Reed Announces $656,000 to Support NeighborWorks Organizations in RI
Reed Announces Nearly $153K to Help RI Veterans Find Homes
March 2018
RIHousing Wins $4.7 Million Capital Magnet Fund Grant
Reed Statement on Secretary Carson’s Mismanagement at HUD
February 2018
Reed Lauds Independent Effort by Federal Housing Finance Agency Director to Preserve Needed Funding Program for Affordable Rental Housing
January 2018
Reed Announces Nearly $5.8 Million for RI Homeless Assistance Programs
October 2017
Reed and Whitehouse Announce Nearly $2.4 Million for Community Development and Affordable Housing in Rhode Island
September 2017
Reed Announces $300k in Community Development Grants for NeighborWorks Affiliates
July 2017
Key Senate Panel Backs Transportation-Housing Spending Bill
June 2017
Reed Announces $3.4 Million for Lead–Based Paint Hazard Reduction & Healthier Homes in RI
RI Receives $2.7 Million to Improve Workforce and Education Data Collection
Blunt, Reed, Scott, & Menendez Introduce Legislation to Improve Education & Economic Opportunities for Low-Income Families
Reed Statement on Trump’s Lack of a Workable Infrastructure Plan
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