House Passes Funds to Re-Open Government, Not for Wall

VOA News WASHINGTON —  President Donald Trump and congressional leaders are scheduled to meet late Friday morning at the White House to discuss how to end the government shutdown that has entered its third meeting comes a day after a new group of lawmakers was sworn into office in what is now a Democratically led House of Representatives. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California, left, walks with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, , as Democratic leaders including Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., at right, arrive to speak to the media after meeting with President Donald Trump, Thursday night, the House…
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House Passes Three Cicilline Proposals

Rhode Island Congressman applauds enactment of new ethics requirements and LGBT protections, as Democrats hit ground running on Day One WASHINGTON – Democratic Policy and Communications Committee (DPCC) Chair David N. Cicilline (RI-01) passed three proposals through the House today as Democrats made good on their campaign promises to restore honesty and integrity in government. “Government at its best works for the benefit of all Americans, not just the powerful and privileged,” said Cicilline. “I am pleased that the House wasted no time today moving forward on these commonsense ideas. Requiring Members of Congress to take annual ethics training makes it…
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Langevin Votes to Reopen Government

Bills will end Trump shutdown now in its thirteenth day   WASHINGTON – Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) issued the following statement after voting in favor of two bills passed by the House of Representatives that will reopen federal agencies closed due to the Trump shutdown: “I am proud that our new Democratic majority wasted no time and voted to end the Trump shutdown on the opening day of the legislative session. Two years of one-party rule in Washington have brought us an unprecedented three government shutdowns, and it is past time to reopen our national parks, restore small business loans, and…
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Lonsdale Avevne Shots Fired

On January 4, 2019, at approximately 1:40 , Pawtucket Police responded to a shots fired call in the area of 39 Lonsdale Avenue.  Upon arrival, officers located a vehicle in the driveway that was occupied by an adult male and adult female. Both reported sitting inside the vehicle when they heard the shots fired.  Neither reported any injuries however, the vehicle appeared to have sustained damage to the rear bumper from one of the gun shots.   Detectives responded to the scene and after further investigation learned that a newer model Toyota or Honda, 4dr, color white, was observed fleeing…
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Rhode Island Hospital physician appointed chief of new physical medicine and rehabilitation departmen

PROVIDENCE, – Interventional physiatrist Alexios Carayannopoulos,, , FAAPMR, FAAOE, has been appointed chief of Rhode Island Hospital’s newly created physical medicine and rehabilitation department. An expert in clinical practice and research, Carayannopoulos is nationally known as a leader in both interventional spine and pain medicine.  The new department is focused on building upon existing patient programs to provide integrated, seamless patient care and to standardize care across the continuum with the goal of further reducing readmissions and improving patient outcomes. Carayannopoulos, a resident of both Barrington and Boston, serves as the medical director of the Comprehensive Spine Center at Rhode Island Hospital and Newport Hospital, and division director…
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