The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs considers legislation that impacts the lives of Rhode Island Veterans.
Representative Samuel A. Azzinaro Representative Carlos E. Tobon Representative Deborah A. Fellela Representative Marvin L. Abney Representative Dennis M. Canario Representative Stephen M. Casey Representative Julie A. Casimiro Representative James B. Jackson Representative Robert B. Jacquard Representative James N. McLaughlin Representative David J. Place Representative Justin Price Representative Patricia A. Serpa Representative Joseph J. Solomon, Jr. Representative Camille Vella-Wilkinson
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In 1636, Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, established the first working model of Democracy after being banished from Massachusetts for his “extreme views” concerning freedom of speech and religion. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams publicly acknowledged Williams as the originator of these concepts, along with the freedom of public assembly, in the First Amendment in the United States Constitution. Today, Rhode Island House Republicans uphold the liberties designed by our Founders and preserved in our Constitution, and are the primary legislative body promoting lean government, fighting for lower taxes, and advocating for initiatives and policies that improve the economy and in turn, the lives of Rhode Islanders. As members of a part-time assembly, we are small business owners, retired educators, community activists, lawyers, farmers, military service veterans, volunteers, former local officials, retired social workers, coaches, musicians, churchgoers and board directors -- bringing these community engagement and professional experiences to our work, on your behalf, at the Rhode Island State House.
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