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September 12, 2018
The Langevin Listening Tour
           Congressman Langevin with members of northern and centrally located Rhode Island Chambers of Commerce

Dear Friends,

Remaining accessible to my constituents has been a guiding principle throughout my time in Congress, and I’m always looking for new opportunities to open the lines of communication and engage in dialogue with my fellow Rhode Islanders.

It is in this spirit that I decided to launch a district-wide listening tour over the course of the August Congressional district work period.

The Langevin Listening Tour, planned in addition to my standard schedule, provided an opportunity to traverse the state and meet with leaders and advocates over the course of eight topic-themed days: Small Business and the Economy; the Food Economy; Seniors; Education; Diversity and Equality; Fishing and Aquaculture; and Military and Veterans.

From visiting with seniors in South County to learning about youth development programs at the Kent County YMCA to honoring our veterans at the West Warwick VFW Post, the listening tour gave me the chance to engage with constituents on a wide variety of issues.

Over the course of the past month, I heard several new ideas and perspectives that I plan on taking with me to Washington. And even though the tour may be over, my office is always here to serve as a resource for those that have questions, require assistance on federal issues, or simply want to make their voices heard.

For more information on the Langevin Listening Tour, and for updates on many other topics, please visit my website and follow me on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

            Sincerely,

           Rep. Langevin's Signature

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I was proud to be joined by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee, and Rep Ted Lieu (D-CA) in introducing legislation that would prevent the President from abusing the security clearance process for political reasons. Specifically, it prohibits the President from granting, denying or revoking access, or eligibility for access, to classified information except in accordance with proper federal procedures.
 
Congressman Langevin speaks during a roundtable at the Rhode Island Convention Center
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Tourism generates millions of dollars in revenue and accounts for tens of thousands of jobs in Rhode Island. I teamed up with the Providence and Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau, the US Travel Association, and other local tourism leaders to explore the Rhode Island Convention Center and discuss how we can increase our efforts to highlight the appeal of Rhode Island as a tourist destination.
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