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Congressman Introduces Bill to Right Wrong on Behalf of Sherrill Veteran Chuck Osier
Congressman Urges Department of Defense to Invest in Quantum Research
After Securing Record Investment in Mission at Rome Lab, Congressman Questions Experts on China’s Competitiveness in Quantum Research
Congressman Votes to Expand Protections for Older Americans Amid Rising Age Discrimination
Congressman Reveals Results Of Recent Testing That Shows Amount Of Chloride In Drinking Water Far Exceeds Levels Recommended By New York State Department Of Health
Brindisi Demands Answers From State Whether Contaminants From Former State Salt Storage Facility Seeped Into Groundwater
Congressman Leads Bipartisan Legislation to Declare Mexican Drug Cartels Terrorist Organizations
Following President Donald Trump’s statement on Iran today, Congressman Anthony Brindisi issued the following statement:
Brindisi Releases Public Letter Revealing Questionable Debt Collection Practices By Spectrum Cable; Alerts CFPB
Congressman Says Holding Spectrum Accountable Includes Ensuring They Can’t Just Turn People Over To Debt Collectors
Brindisi: I Want To Get To Bottom Of Spectrum’s Debt Collection Practices
Congressman, Joined By Mosaic Of Religious Leaders, Denounces Hate & Says Our Community Is One Of Love--But Safety Is Paramount
Brindisi Announces Increased Grant Funding To Protect Churches, Synagogues and Mosques
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, released the following statement on tonight's missile attacks
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, released the following statement on the death of Qasem Soleimani:
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Nearly 100 members of Congress are urging Major League Baseball to reverse course on a plan to eliminate numerous Minor League Baseball clubs.
MLB says wants to eliminate 42 of the 160 affiliated teams including the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.
NewsChannel 34’s Morgan Wright spoke with Congressman Anthony Brindisi who says he’s ready to rumble to protect the Rumble Ponies.
Saving minor league baseball might be one of the few things that Democrats and Republicans can agree upon these days.
A bipartisan bill introduced in Congress — sponsored by U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi — would introduce programs to try to prevent farmer suicides.
The suicide rate is 45 percent higher in rural areas than in urban areas, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
WASHINGTON D.C. — Rep. Anthony Brindisi on Wednesday launched a campaign to inundate international water regulators with letters and messages from Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River flood victims in an attempt to compel action on the high waters that impacted the region throughout the summer.
WASHINGTON — Oswego County’s members of Congress this week rebuked President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American troops from northern Syria.
’Twas a time when the kids who went to BOCES were considered by some to be on a lesser career track than their college-bound colleagues.
And if for whatever reason you decide the traditional college route might not be for you, consider a career in the skilled trades. Good-paying jobs are out there.
MEXICO – Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced today, October 15, the town of Mexico will receive $280,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture Water and Waste Disposal Loan program.
The grant will be used to provide additional financing to construct water service infrastructure for the community.
JOHNSON CITY N.Y – If you were in Home Depot earlier this week, that was in fact Congressman Anthony Brindisi helping you get what you needed.
As part of his Brindisi at Your Business program, the freshman Democrat visited the home improvement store in Westover and got put to work, complete with his own decorated orange apron.
WHITESTOWN, N.Y. -- Congressman Anthony Brindisi held a town hall at the Whitestown Senior Center on Wednesday.
He talked to the senior community about robocalls, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, the stability of social security, and his effort to protect Medicare.
The congressman says these are bigger issues that he's been addressing in Washington.