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While on a two-week recess from Congress, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi is focusing on businesses in the district and how he can help them at the federal level.
Dan Cummings interviews 22nd district Congressman Anthony Brindisi (D). He discusses the pending release of the redacted special counsel's report by the U.S. Attorney General, his role on the Agriculture and Veterans Affairs Committees, working across the aisle with moderate Republicans and other issues.
The House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesay that would restore net neutrality rules back to what they were under President Barack Obama.
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi is one of three members of Congress to introduce a bill in the House of Representatives that aims to end robocalls.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi invites high school students of the 22nd district to compete in the 2019 Artistic Discovery Congressional Art Competition.
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi is advocating for the perimeter security at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, among other budget priorities that affect upstate.
The importance of protecting funding for a new perimeter security system including fencing at the Rome Air Force Research Laboratory was emphasized today by Congressman Anthony Brindisi to a House subcommittee.
Rep. Anthony Brindisi, (D-22), law enforcement officials and local leaders joined together to outline efforts to stop fentanyl from coming in this area.
This comes after a spike in overdoses in Oneida County, with 21 heroin overdoses over a 10-day period.