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March 2021
Reed Outlines How RI Restaurants & Bars May Tap Into Some Overdue Economic Relief from the American Rescue Plan
Reed: American Rescue Plan Offers Rx for More Vaccines & a Healthier Economy, But Hard Work & Coordination at Local, State, and Federal Level Still Needed
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
Cardin, Reed Outline Plan to Get Overdue, Targeted COVID-19 Relief to Small Businesses and Critical Community Services
December 2020
Outraged by Preventable Fraud & Waste Uncovered by WPRI, Reed Demands Investigation & Calls on Trump Admin to Fix SBA Lending & Protect Taxpayers
Reed Helps Deliver a Big Boost for RI Small Businesses in COVID-19-Relief Agreement
Reed Warns Communities & Economy will Suffer if Congress Leaves Restaurants & Small Businesses Out in the Cold This Winter
November 2020
Reed Urges Senate Republicans to Resume COVID-19 Relief Negotiations & Extend Key Programs to Save Lives, Jobs, & Communities
As RIers Gear Up for Small Business Saturday, Reed Seeks to Provide Small Businesses with Lifeline Legislation to Help Them Stay Afloat
March 2020
Reed Outlines Small Business Assistance & Urges RIers to Help Local Business Survive
December 2017
Reed Urges Congress to Overturn the FCC’s Rollback of Net Neutrality Rules
Reed Urges FCC to Abandon Plans to Repeal Net Neutrality
March 2016
Reed & Whitehouse Announce $750,000 to Help RI Manufacturers
February 2016
NOAA Releases $705k to RI to Help Local Fishermen
December 2015
Congress Passes Omnibus Appropriations Bill that Benefits RI
Reed Boosts Transportation & Housing Resources for RI in Omnibus Appropriations Bill
Reed: Restoring U.S. Ex-Im Bank is a Victory for U.S. Job Growth
August 2015
Rhode Island Selected for President Obama's TechHire Initiative
April 2015
Members of Congress Say ‘Enough Is Enough’ When it Comes to Corporate Tax Dodging