Reed, Langevin: Russian 2016 Election Interference Requires Action

By: Rob Borkowski on January 31, 2018 in News to You

The Intelligence Community Assessment of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election reports Russian agents aimed to influence the election in favor of President Donald Trump, actions Congressman Jim Langevin and Sen. Jack Reed, and a bipartisan law passed by Congress last year, say demand strong action, but the president disagrees.

Whitehouse, Reed, Langevin, Avedisian Call for More Coastal Infrastructure Investment

By: Rob Borkowski on April 11, 2017 in News to You

In the event of a 100-year storm,Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council projections predict parts of West Shore Road would be under water, effectively turning the Warwick Neck neighborhood into a temporary island, a local example of the need for coastal infrastructure investment Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and the RI Congressional delegation is asking for with Mayor Scott Avedisian’s support.

Langevin Praises Obamas’ Expulsion of 35 Russian Operatives, Cyber Detail Release

By: Rob Borkowski on December 29, 2016 in All Politics Are Local

WARWICK, R.I.—President Barack Obama has expelled 35 Russian intelligence agents, shut down two Russian compounds in Maryland and New York, and released information about that country’s civilian and military cyber activity, measures Congressman Jim Langevin praised while imploring President Elect Donald Trump to end his denial that Russian hacking interfered with the 2016 Presidential election.