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Critical Federal Resources to Assist Local Fire Departments and Emergency Services
Brindisi: Firefighters Risk Their Lives Daily, We Need to Get Them the Gear and Staff They Need
Brindisi, a Member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Joins Republican Colleague for Bipartisan Solution to Expiring Programs
Brindisi: Our Veterans Earned These Benefits and Washington Needs to Deliver
Brindisi Announces Major Push He’ll Help Lead In House To Educate NYC Mayor’s Office Concerning NY Dairy, The AG Industry & Common Health Misconceptions
NYC’S Possible Outright Ban Of Flavored Milk Latest Downstate Policy Move That Hurts Upstate Farmers; Heavy Hand Of Govt Needs To Back Off
Brindisi, House Agriculture Committee Member, Hears Directly from Farmers and Updates Ag Community on Trade Negotiations and His Rural Agenda
Congressman Takes Questions In-Person from Constituents
Brindisi Bill to Require Women’s Veteran Line Available Via Text Receives Hearing
Upstate New York Women Veterans Praise Brindisi’s Efforts
Congressman Praises Heroes, First Responders, and Brave New Yorkers
Brindisi: We Can Never Forget the Horrific Acts or Courageous Heroism We Saw on 9/11
Congressman Anthony Brindisi issued the following statement on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks:
As Part of his Rural Agenda, Congressman Protects Affordable Housing in Rural America
As Many Rural Communities Struggle with Affordable Housing, Brindisi Backs Law to Protect Affordable Options
Grant to Provide Critical Mental Health Funding for Herkimer
Brindisi: We Need to Expand Access to Mental Health Care Across Rural America
Congressman Secures Grant to Ensure Safe Riding for Snowmobilers
Brindisi: Snowmobiling Is a Part of Our Upstate Culture and Drives Tourism Across the Region
Congressman Delivers Books from the Library of Congress and Promotes Literacy across Chenango
In The News
BINGHAMTON – Congressman Anthony Brindisi has honored nearly fifty local Vietnam veterans who served their country roughly fifty years ago.
A pinning ceremony was held at SUNY Broome where the freshman Congressman presented each of the veterans with a Department of Defense commemorative pin.
WASHINGTON – Representatives John Katko and Anthony Brindisi have launched a bipartisan effort to hold the international commission that manages outflows from Lake Ontario accountable for recent historic flooding.
NEW BERLIN – Democratic Congressman Anthony Brindisi touted a federal safety net program to Chenango County farmers Monday, sending a message that more should be done to protect Upstate's ag industry.
UTICA — A few days after 17-year-old Bianca Devins was killed in early July, members of her family still were receiving messages with graphic, violent photos of her body.
They were the same photos that had been posted online by Devins’ alleged killer and circulated on social media by numerous people.
More than 50 local residents attended a town hall hosted by U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-Utica, in the Sherburne-Earlville middle school gym Tuesday to discuss issues with rural broadband service.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi united with labor leaders in Binghamton to call on administration to reconsider an Apprenticeship rule change.
The Department of Labor issued a proposal earlier this summer which would take a step towards creating industry regulated apprenticeship programs.
Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, has issued a statement urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky to allow a vote in that chamber on a House-passed bill on background checks for gun sales.
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-N.Y., recently visited Binghamton, New York, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores location to learn about the role that travel plazas play in local economies as well as to discuss issues of importance to the truck stop and travel plaza industry, officials at NATSO reported in a news release.