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Brindisi: This Funding Will Help Train Our Young People and Bring Good-Paying Jobs to NY-22
Congressmen Deliver Critical Funding For Broome County Council of Churches Food Market on the Northside of Binghamton
NY-22 Middle School and High School Students Encouraged to Show Off Their Coding Skills in National Competition
Brindisi: Let’s Show That Upstate New York is Leading in STEM Education
Amid Global Pandemic, Congressman Urges Washington Leadership To Work Together To Hold China Accountable
Brindisi: Assessing What Went Wrong & Our Preparedness To Fight A Pandemic Should Be Above Party Politics
Congressmen Issue Joint, Bipartisan Statement on Phase 2 Confusion
Congressmen Anthony Brindisi and John Katko issued the following statement surrounding the confusion relating to Phase 2 Re-Opening:
Following Feedback From Local Small Businesses & Amid Growing Economic Stress Due To Global Pandemic, Brindisi Fights To Improve Paycheck Protection Program
Congressman Announces National Science Foundation Grant To Prepare STEM Teachers In Rural School Districts
Congressman Anthony Brindisi issued the following statement on Memorial Day:
During Global Pandemic, Congressman Teams With Local Producers To Provide Food To Those In Need
Following Bipartisan, Local Drumbeat Lead By Brindisi, Congressman Delivers Millions For State and Local Governments and Frontline Workers
In Addition To Billions In Aid To New York, Brindisi’s Rural Hospital Legislation Included In Latest Coronavirus Relief Bill
In The News
A bill that will require the federal government to assess suicide prevention efforts for veterans was signed into law by President Donald Trump, according to U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s office.
Brindisi, who sponsored the bill, authored the legislation to help address the suicide epidemic affecting veterans, according to his office.
NEW YORK (AP) - A new anti-robocalls law, co-sponsored by Congressman Anthony Brindisi, is expected to help Americans dodge many of the billions of robocalls they get each month promising lower interest rates or pretending to be the IRS.
Since Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections, eyes have been on freshmen members of the party like Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica), who promised pragmatic bipartisanship on the campaign trail, and pushed through a divisive year challenging that.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22, Utica, and dairy-industry advocates are hailing House passage of the update to the North American Free Trade Act known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement as potentially benefiting upstate farmers and small businesses.
VESTAL, NY (WSKG) – This week, Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) highlighted language in the new federal spending bill that will keep the Veteran Administration’s Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Bainbridge open for now.
Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-Utica, announced Monday, Dec. 23, that he secured language in a government funding bill to protect the Bainbridge VA clinic from closure. Brindisi inserted a provision requiring the VA to conduct a market area assessment before taking action on Bainbridge, according to a media release.
WASHINGTON, DC (WSKG) — Since Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in last year’s midterms, eyes have been on freshmen members of the party like Rep. Anthony Brindisi (NY-22). Brindisi promised pragmatic bipartisanship on the campaign trail, and pushed through a divisive year challenging that.
SHERRILL, N.Y. — Buried deep inside the sprawling federal bill to fund the nation’s military is a special gift for a company headquartered in the smallest city in the Empire State.
SHERRILL, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Representative Anthony Brindisi visited Sherrill Manufacturing as the Support Procurement of our Nation’s Stainless Steel Act (SPOONSS) moves closer to President Trump’s desk.
A bill that would offer a path to a legal status for farm workers and update a visa program for workers passed the House of Representatives this week, according to a statement from U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s office. Brindisi cosponsored the bill.