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Brindisi: Our Rural Communities Need Access To Health Care, Every Second Counts And New Ambulance Will Help Save Lives
Brindisi, a Member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Introduces and House Passes Bipartisan Solution to Expiring Programs
Brindisi: Our Veterans Earned These Benefits and Washington Needs to Deliver; Send This Bill to President’s Desk
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
In The News
SCHUYLER — U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-Utica, wants to see New York state get its fair share of infrastructure funding.
Brindisi has been meeting with local officials about the infrastructure work that needs to be done in the 22nd Congressional District, noting some of what needs to be repaired can be plainly seen.
SCHUYLER — Whenever Joseph Salamone and his family drive underneath the thruway bridge over Millers Grove Road in Schuyler, they hold their breath, hoping that isn’t the moment it collapses.
SCHUYLER, N.Y. -- Congressman Anthony Brindisi says it's time our state got its fair share of federal infrastructure funding.
Joined by representatives of area labor unions on the Miller's Grove Road Bridge in the town of Schuyler, Brindisi announced legislation he's cosponsoring. The legislation looks at the amount of funding New York contributes to the Highway Trust Fund.
(WBNG) — Congressman Anthony Brindisi (D) announced his plan to bring increased federal investment in New York for infrastructure projects.
Brindisi was joined by representatives of area labor unions who support efforts to improve transportation and infrastructure in the town of Schuyler in Herkimer County where he made the announcement under the New York State Thruway.
NEW HARTFORD — U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi delivered several hundred Valentine’s Day cards Monday to veterans and others at the CedarBrook Assisted Living facility on Sitrin Lane in New Hartford.
The card delivery was part of Brindisi’s Valentines for Veterans program, which was launched to show appreciation for Upstate New York veterans.
NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. -- It was Valentine’s Day all over again Monday for some in New Hartford.
That’s because Congressman Anthony Brindisi delivered valentines to the veterans who are currently at Sitrin's Cedarbrook assisted living complex, as part of his 'Valentine's for Vets’ program.
TOWN OF WINDSOR, N.Y. - Congressman Anthony Brindisi kicked off his infrastructure tour in the town of Windsor on Monday.
At the West Windsor Volunteer Fire Dept. Hall, the congressman met with local officials to learn more about the town's need for updated water infrastructure.