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November 2022
Reed: Annual Open Enrollment for Health Insurance Has Begun & RIers Can Save Big
May 2022
Reed & Murkowski Lead Bipartisan Effort to Renew Life-Saving Suicide Prevention Programs to Help Young People
Reed Votes to Codify Roe v. Wade & Ensure Accessible Reproductive Health Care Nationwide
Reed and Whitehouse Seek to Lower Rx Drug Prices & Limit Out-of-Pocket Insulin Costs to $35 per Month
April 2022
Senators Seek to Reauthorize Bipartisan STAR Act to Combat Childhood Cancer
Reed Seeks to Help Families Impacted by Baby Formula Shortage
Reed Backs $10 Billion Bipartisan COVID-19 Preparedness Funding Agreement
March 2022
Reed-Backed Bill to Help Frontline Health Care Workers Struggling with Mental Health & Pandemic Burnout Signed into Law
Kaine, Reed Lead Colleagues in Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation to Support Health Care Workers’ Mental Health Amid COVID-19
February 2022
Reed: The Affordable Insulin Now Act Will Help Move the Needle Toward Fixing the Insulin Cost Problem & Ensure Americans Can Afford Life-saving Rx Drugs
January 2022
Woonsocket Police Department Receives $819k Grant for New Program to Curb Opioid Crisis and Save Lives
October 2021
Reed, Community Partners Recognize National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, Oct. 24-30
Federal Delegation Announces $6.1 Million for Capital Improvements at RI Community Health Centers
July 2021
Reed Teams Up with Progreso Latino, Mayor Rivera & Leading Public Health Seek to Boost RI Vaccine Levels Amid Concerns of Delta Variant Spreading in Low-vaccination Areas
June 2021
Reed Statement on SCOTUS Rejection of Republican Lawsuit to Dismantle the Affordable Care Act
May 2021
Reed Delivers Over $11.4 Million to Bolster RI Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Programs
Congress Approves Reed's TRANSPLANT Act, Reauthorizing National Bone Marrow Program & Cord Blood Inventory
April 2021
With Variants on the Rise in RI, Delegation Announces $1.48 Million in Federal Funding to Track COVID Mutations
Reed & Whitehouse Reintroduce Healthy Families Act Allowing Workers Nationwide to Earn Paid Sick Days
As B117 COVID-19 Variant Becomes Dominant Strain, Reed & Whitehouse Emphasize Need for Masks, Vaccinations to Prevent Community Spread & Deliver $15.4 Million Boost in Supplemental Vaccine Funding for RI