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UPDATE: the House just passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi is asking residents who live in rural areas to test their internet speeds by taking a broadband survey on his website. Brindisi’s plan is to show the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that their broadband coverage maps are inaccurate and his constituents are not getting what they pay for.
BINGHAMTON, NY – Elected officials at the local, state and federal level continue to call foul on the proposed reduction of minor league baseball teams across the country.
Rome, N.Y. — Rome veteran Hugh Aikens was recently honored with his long-awaited and well-earned military service medals, presented by U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi at the New York State School for the Deaf (NYSSD).
Aikens, now almost 94, was 18 years old when he started performing his military service and winning awards for his valiant efforts.
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi is encouraging area families to participate in his Valentines for Veterans program.
As part of the annual program, Brindisi, D-Utica, is seeking submissions of homemade Valentine’s Day cards for veterans. The deadline to submit is Feb. 12.
Holding a framed display with a couple handfuls of military medals neatly arranged inside, 94-year-old Rome resident Hugh Aikens said he couldn’t fully express his gratitude for receiving them.
A trio of New York congressmen who represent communities along Lake Ontario chastised the International Joint Commission and called on the bi-national agency to take "immediate action" to prevent flooding.
With the long shadow of impeachment hanging over the nation’s capital, some opinion pieces and talking heads on cable news channels have described the country’s political fracturing as the worst it has ever been.
But after his first year in Washington as a congressman, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi said the reality behind the noise isn’t quite as dire.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi hosted a summit Thursday at Mohawk Valley Community College’s Rome campus, where he listened to the priorities of those involved in national defense, his office said in a statement.
Brindisi, D-Utica, is a member of the House Armed Services Committee.