David Cicilline

On Politics
4:16 pm
Fri December 12, 2014

Rhode Island Pays Final Respects To Lila Sapinsley

Rhode Island bade farewell and paid tribute today to former state Sen. Lila Sapinsley, a liberal Republican who became the first woman Senate Minority Leader, at funeral services at Temple Beth-El  in the Providence East Side district that she so ably represented.

Sapinsley, who died earlier this week at her Laurelmead home at 92, was eulogized by Rabbi Leslie Y. Gutterman as a path breaking woman of compassion, accomplishment and conviction.

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On Politics
4:00 pm
Mon August 18, 2014

Congressman Fernand St Germain Dies At 86

Fernand St Germain
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Former U.S. Rep. Fernand  "Fred"' St Germain, who rose from modest roots in French-Canadian Woonsocket to become one of the most powerful politicians in Washington, D.C., only to meet defeat in 1988 among allegations of ethical misconduct, has died. He was 86.

St Germain, a Democrat, first elected in 1960 with President John F. Kennedy, was known for paying vigorous attention to constituent services and bringing federal programs, especially housing for the elderly, to Rhode Island.

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On Politics
3:01 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

For Fox and Cicilline, A Divergent Path Since Election Night 2012

Cicilline celebrating his re-election victory in 2012.
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On Election Night 2012, two good friends -- House Speaker Gordon Fox and Congressman David Cicilline -- spent time together, savoring their re-election victories after a hard-fought and sometimes unpleasant campaign season.

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Environment
10:02 am
Fri February 28, 2014

New England Fishermen To Receive Nearly $33 Million In Disaster Relief

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Nearly $33 million in disaster relief money will soon flow to help New England fishermen hurting from declining fish stocks and tighter fishing limits. The federal government declared a fisheries disaster last year in Rhode Island. Sens. Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, and Reps. Jim Langevin and David Cicilline joined other congressional leaders to include $74 million in fisheries disaster in the fiscal year 2014 appropriations bill.

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On Politics
7:08 pm
Mon February 17, 2014

Roger Suchite Moving From City Hall to Cicilline's Staff

Roger Suchite is leaving his job as director of advance for Providence Mayor Angel Taveras to become senior field representative for Congressman David Cicilline.

Suchite's responsibilities in the new post will include constituent casework and joining Cicilline at Rhode Island events, according to Cicilline spokesman Andrew Gernt.

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