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March 2021
Reed-Backed Proposal to Deliver $25 Billion for Restaurants & Bars Advancing in Congress & Will Serve Up Needed Aid for RI Eateries Hit Hardest by COVID-19
Reed Scores Victory for RI as U.S. Senate Nears Finish Line on American Rescue Plan
Cardin, Reed Outline Plan to Get Overdue, Targeted COVID-19 Relief to Small Businesses and Critical Community Services
February 2021
As Congress Advances COVID-19 Relief Bill, Reed Continues Working to Prioritize RI’s Needs
Reed Announces $64.9M in New FEMA Funds to Aid RI Vaccine Distribution
Reed Statement Marking the Tragic Milestone of 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths
Sen. Reed Continues Pushing for More Vaccine Doses, Distribution, and Access & Says Transparency and Clear Communication Are Key to Effective Vax Campaign
Reed Seeking $1,400 Direct Stimulus Payments & More for RIers as Part of COVID-19 Rescue Package
Biden Administration Extends Mortgage Relief & Backs Reed’s $10B Homeowner Assistance Fund
Reed: Evidence-Based Approach, Accountability & Dual Tracking are Paramount to Dealing with Both COVID-19 Relief & Impeachment Trial
As Parents Grapple with Child Care During COVID-19, Reed Delivers Another $24M in RI Child Care Relief & Recovery Funding
Reed: Biden Admin’s Retention of Medicaid Funding Boost & Extension of Public Health Emergency (PHE) Declaration Could Mean Extra $200M for RI in 2021
Reed Backs Deployment of 1,100 U.S. Troops to Help States Combat COVID-19
U.S. Senate Advances Vehicle to Pass COVID-19 Relief & Economic Aid Package
Reed’s Push for FEMA Cost Share Reimbursement Pays Off for RI: Ocean State to Get $33 Million Reimbursement for Combatting COVID-19
Leading U.S. Senators: Homeowner Assistance Fund is Critical to Pandemic Emergency Response
Reed Working Around the Clock to Help Advance Major COVID-19 Relief Bill That is Long Overdue
January 2021
Reed Announces Over $8 Million to Assist RI Homeless
Reed Delivers Increased Food Assistance to Help Feed Hungry & Boost RI’s Economy
As Biden Reopens ACA Marketplaces, Reed Seeks to Help States Boost Affordable Health Care Access