Amid Pandemic Threatening Older Americans & Increasing Reliance On Social Security And Medicare, Congressman Convenes Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers to Push for Stronger Programs for Older Americans
Congressman Reveals Strategy For National Defense Authorization Act Wins
Congressman Outlines Four Lanes Of Attack For Crucial Provisions In NDAA
Amid Global Pandemic And Increased Reliance On Broadband Technology For School, Work, Medicine, & More For Rural Communities, Brindisi Calls For Strong Investment & Real Solution
Congressman Includes Key Transparency Provisions In Broadband Proposal
Congressman Receives Annual Award From Small Business Advocacy Group Highlighting Record Of Strengthening Economy In Upstate New York
Amid Pandemic & With Apple Prices On Decline, Representatives Demand Action To Protect Critical Family Farmers
Representatives to Perdue: Use Funds From CARES Act To Assist Apple Farmers
Congressman Anthony Brindisi issued the following statement on Juneteenth:
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced a more than $1 million grant for Opportunities for Chenango. These funds, administered through the Department of Health and Human Services, are used for the early childhood education program Head Start. Brindisi, a former school board member, is a strong advocate for federal funding of rural schools and communities.
Following State & Local Guidelines, Congressman Begins Phased Reopening; Brindisi & Team Continue to Serve through Phone and Video Meetings, Offices Open
Brindisi: My Team Never Stops Serving You
Brindisi: Members of Our Community are Struggling; We Need to Have Their Backs Through This Crisis
Representatives Anthony Brindisi (NY-22), Scott Peters (CA-52), Brian Mast (FL-18), and John Katko (NY-24) introduced a bipartisan resolution to reduce the stigma that prevents veterans and servicemembers from seeking mental health care. The legislation would designate June as National Post-Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI) Awareness month and June 27th as National PTSI Awareness Day.