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R.I. (AP) Congressman Jim Langevin is hitting the road to promote a Rhode Island Foundation campaign to boost the state's self-esteem. The Democratic representative is set to go on a three-city tour Monday to visit with businesses that are
Rep. Jim Langevin (LAN'-juh-vin) says he unwittingly made a profit on an investment scheme that preyed on terminally ill people and has since donated the money to charity. TV reports (http://bit.ly/1buIQiD ) that Langevin acknowledged he loaned money
R.I. (AP) Rhode Island congressman Jim Langevin is visiting with information technology students to highlight job training programs. Langevin is scheduled to visit New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Providence on Tuesday...The Democrat is on a
Rep. Jim Langevin is set to tour a Rhode Island company that for 37 year has manufactured custom-made prosthetics. The Democrat plans to visit South County Artificial Limb and Brace on Monday. The Wakefield business was recently awarded a grant to
Rep. Jim Langevin (LAN'-juh-vin) is pushing to highlight what he describes as harmful effects of automatic federal spending cuts on Rhode Island's primary education. The Democrat is scheduled to visit Forest Park Elementary School in North Kingstown
Rep. Jim Langevin praised President Barack Obama Friday for his decision to grant Liberian refugees an 18-month extension on their U.S. residency, but said the time has come to give them permanent residency status. Rhode Island is home to one of the
Rep. Jim Langevin (LAN'-juh-vin) is reviving a bill that would encourage the installation of sprinklers in commercial and large residential buildings, a move that coincides with the 10th anniversary of a 2003 nightclub fire that killed 100 people.
R.I. (AP) One of Rhode Island's congressmen is asking the U.S. Department of Labor to reconsider its decision to suspend enrollment at career and technical training centers across the U.S., including one in Exeter. Rep. Jim Langevin (LAN'-jih-vin)
R.I. (AP) A Rhode Island congressman is set to announce new federal funds to help family caregivers...Rep. Jim Langevin (LAN'-jih-vin) is scheduled to disclose the grant Thursday in Cranston. Langevin's office says the money will be awarded to the
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) is a little safer under a congressional map proposed by the state's redistricting commission late Monday, but not as safe as he could have been. And the embattled congressman has got his colleague to thank for that.