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September 2017
Reed Condemns Trump’s Insults to People of Puerto Rico
Reed Urges Trump to Increase Emergency Aid to Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands
RI Gets Nearly $8 Million in Federal Funds to Improve Security & Enhance Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Capabilities
May 2017
Reed to Help Dedicate Station Fire Memorial Park
April 2016
Reed, Fire Academy Leaders Dedicate New Truck to Help Train Next Generation of RI Firefighters
March 2016
Reed Seeks to Improve Disclosure About Climate Change Risks in SEC Filings
Reed Highlights Over $7M in Federal Preparedness Grants Available for RI
February 2016
Reed Questions Federal Health Officials on Zika Preparedness & Response
Reed Urges Obama Administration to Aggressively Combat Spread of Zika Virus
January 2016
Reed, Health, & Water Infrastructure Officials Taking Steps to Protect RIers & Prevent Drinking Water Problems Like Those in Flint, Michigan
Reed Encourages RI Fire Departments, Emergency Services to Apply for Federal Grants
December 2015
Reed Boosts Transportation & Housing Resources for RI in Omnibus Appropriations Bill
November 2015
Delegation Announces Additional $2.4 Million to Reimburse RI for Snow Removal Costs
October 2015
Reed, Schatz, & Cartwright Lead Bicameral Letter Urging SEC to Enforce Climate Change Guidance
August 2015
Northern RI Fire Departments to Get New Mobile Training Simulator
Warwick Fire Department Nets Nearly $1 Million Federal Grant to Enhance Search & Rescue Training
RI Congressional Delegation Announces Nearly $600K in Funds for Central Falls and Portsmouth Fire Departments
Reed, Whitehouse & Langevin Announce $87,500 in Federal Funding for Oakland-Mapleville Fire Department
July 2015
Reed, Whitehouse and Langevin Celebrate $770,000 in Federal Funding for Narragansett Fire Department
RI Congressional Delegation Announces over $143,000 for the Smithfield Fire Department & Westerly Ambulance Corps
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