Washington D.C.—Congressman Denver Riggleman held a virtual town hall with members of the Virginia Bankers Association yesterday to discuss the implementation of the Payment Protection Program and issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington D.C. – Congressman Denver Riggleman released the following statement following a death from the COVID-19 virus in Virginia:
Washington D.C.—Congressman Denver Riggleman held a telephone town hall Thursday afternoon on the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This follows a video address he gave on the formation of a District Response Team to respond to COVID-19 concerns.
Congressman Denver Riggleman Will Hold A COVID-19 Telephone Townhall Today At 5:00pm
Congressman Denver Riggleman will hold a tele-townhall this afternoon to update constituents on actions they should take to address COVID-19 health concerns and steps Congress is taking to address its spread.
Washington D.C.—Congressman Denver Riggleman questioned witnesses today in a House Financial Services Subcommittee Hearing on illicit finance as well as human and drug trafficking.
Washington D.C.–Congressman Riggleman recently introduced H.R.5844 the ACCESS Rural America Act, a bill to provide regulatory relief to small broadband companies so they can raise capital and add investors without being required to file costly SEC reporting requirements.
Washington D.C.– Yesterday, Congressman Denver Riggleman gave a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives honoring the service of former Fluvanna County Fire Chief Mike Brent. The Congressman thanked Chief Brent for his years of faithful service to our community.