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The U.S. Representative for Rhode Island's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2001.
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ENG: James R. Langevin (born April 22, 1964) is the U.S. Representative for Rhode Island's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Early life and education Langevin was born in Providence, Rhode Island. He attended Bishop Hendricken High School, located in Warwick, Rhode Island, and then went on to study at Rhode Island College, from which he received an undergraduate degree, in addition to serving as President of Student Community Government, Inc., and he has a Masters of Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University. Langevin has been unable to walk since 1980, when, at the age of 16, he was seriously injured in an accidental shooting. He had been working as a volunteer at the Warwick Police ...
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Langevin Proposal to Support Local Cybersecurity Efforts


During consideration today of cybersecurity legislation that will ensure protections for critical infrastructure, the House Homeland Security Committee approved a proposal by Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) that recognizes the importance of working with groups at the regional and local levels to prevent and respond to cyber incidents. The proposal, inspired by efforts underway in Rhode Island, was added today in the committee markup of the Promoting and Enhancing Cybersecurity and Information Sharing Effectiveness (PrECISE) Act. Overall, the bill represents a bipartisan agreement by Langevin ...


Rep. Jim Langevin visits USOC Paralympic Milit. Sports Camp


Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.) recentlyattended the U.S. Olympic Committee's (USOC) Paralympic Military Sports Camp held at Naval Station Newport to visit with more than 50 injured service men and women to learn about the basics of Paralympic sport and the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle. "It was an honor for the USOC to host Rep. Langevin during this extraordinary event," said Roger Neppl, USOC Director, Military Programs. "The Congressman has consistently shown his commitment to helping grow theParalympic movement in America, as well as his ongoing support for our nation's ...


Jim Langevin Announces Service Academy Nominations


After his independent advisory board performed a careful review of this year's applications, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) has nominated three high school seniors from Rhode Island's Second Congressional District to enter the nation's prestigious service academies. Following the board's recommendations, Langevin has awarded the honors to Keith Schneider of Bishop Hendricken for the U.S. Military Academy, Jonathan Buterbaugh of North Kingstown Senior High School for the U.S. Naval Academy and Olivia DeSpirito of EastmGreenwich High School for the U.S. Air Force Academy. The advisory ...


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Langevin Introduces Resolution to Support STEM to STEAM
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), co-chair of the Congressional Career and Technical Education Caucus, introduced a resolution today that recognizes the importance of art and design in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields, a movement known as STEM to STEAM. If passed, the resolution would designate May as STEM-to-STEAM Month and would lay the foundation for the inclusion of art and design into federal STEM programs. “Art and design play an essential role in enhancing STEM education and research. These creative fields inspire us to think outside the box and develop new methods of problem solving,” said Langevin. “Artists and designers have the ability to take complex scientific concepts and communicate them effectively to a broad range of audiences, making technology more accessible and improving the overall product.” Langevin’s resolution would encourage the inclusion of art and design in the STEM fields during reauthorization of the Elementary an
Foster Youth Caucus Co-Chairs Introduce Resolution Recognizing May as National Foster Care Month
Co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth, U.S. Reps. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Tom Marino (R-Penn.), Jim McDermott (D-Wash.), Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), Diane Black (R-Tenn.) and Jim Langevin (D-Rhode Island) joined 119 bipartisan co-sponsors in introducing H. Res. 251 recognizing May as National Foster Care Month and encouraging Congress to implement policies to improve the lives of children in the foster care system. During National Foster Care Month, members of the Foster Care Caucus will participate in activities to celebrate foster youth and all those who make a meaningful difference in the lives of foster youth. These activities will culminate in “Foster Youth Shadow Day,” when more than 60 foster youth from across the country will come to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, May 20 to share their experiences in the system with members of Congress and see firsthand how Congress works. Youth will also have the opportunity to share their thoughts on improvements th
Recognizing Artistic Excellence in RI, State Gets $863,000 Boost from Federal NEA Grants
In an effort to support community arts programs and enhance the state’s creative and cultural assets, Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation and Governor Gina M. Raimondo today announced the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA), Community Musicworks (CMW), FirstWorks, the City of Providence, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and Island Moving Company will share $862,800 in federal grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). These federal grants will help support both new and established art projects, including workshops, free performances, exhibitions, and arts education programs. RISCA will receive $727,100 in federal funds to support the arts and partnership agreement activities; while an additional $65,000 will go to Community Musicworks to support free music education and performance programs targeted to reach at-risk children and youth; $35,000 for FirstWorks to support their world-class performing arts and education programs; $20,000 for the
Raimondo to Promote Cybersecurity Planning, Growth
As part of her efforts to foster innovation and economic development opportunities, Governor Gina M. Raimondo today signed an Executive Order establishing Rhode Island’s first Cybersecurity Commission. “We must be innovative and develop a clear strategy to prepare the public and private sector for the technological challenges of the 21st century,” said Governor Raimondo. “Technology is a constant in our daily lives, from our health and safety to our economy. In addition to putting the appropriate cyber safeguards in place, we will also find creative ways to grow this sector of our economy and bring new jobs and opportunity to Rhode Island. I am grateful to the members for offering their time and expertise to this important challenge.” “I commend Governor Raimondo for focusing on cyber threats to the state’s infrastructure and economy,” said Senator Jack Reed, the Ranking Member of the Armed Services Committee, which oversees the military’s cyber programs and strategie



 
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