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Tom Reed on Environmental Protection

Tom Reed writes: This week, the House Manufacturing Caucus heard from panelists regarding proposed changes to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Standards Act and the impact that these proposed changes would have on manufacturing industries across the country. Who … Continue reading

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EPA Protects Human Health & The Environment

William Hungerford, in his recent article “Three Bad Bills“, reported on the House actions which seem to weaken the EPA. With that in mind, this is the first article in a series which examines the EPA and it’s role in our … Continue reading

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Farmers and Hunters Should Beware of Reed’s Environment Record

Thanks to Jim Miller, columnist for the Finger Lakes Times, for pointing out that the League of Conservation Voters has given our congressman, Rep. Tom Reed, an abysmal rating of 4 per cent on its national environmental scorecard for 2013.  … Continue reading

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NYS–Nation’s Steward for Renewables & The Environment

The following letter was written by Peter Gamba from Branchport (Yates County) and published in the Finger Lakes Times on Sunday, JAnuary 12, 2013. It is published with the permission of the author. To the Editor: Gov. Cuomo: I was … Continue reading

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Rep. Reed is an Extremist When It Comes To The Environment!

Political Score Cards are ways that Special Interest Groups rate how government officials agree with their agendas. There are many of them. Their range follows the political spectrum–from the far left to the far right–and most points between. Recently, the … Continue reading

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Overreach on the Congressional Review Act

Rep. Michael Capuano (D-MA) writes: The House considered S.J. Res. 57, Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection related to “Indirect Auto Lending and … Continue reading

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The “NY-23 Five” Candidates’ Petitions are in! What’s next?

According to an article from the Salamanca Press, more than 14,000 democrats signed the nominating petitions for the “NY-23 Five” Democratic Congressional Candidates. The article listed the number of signatures reported by the Candidates’ campaigns, mostly given in round numbers … Continue reading

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Undermining good government

Scott Adams “Dilbert” cartoon has a character–“Mordac, the preventer of information services.” Mordac’s role is to make sure computers don’t work. It reminds me of our current Congress, which seems determined to make sure government doesn’t work. Rep. Capuano (D-MA) … Continue reading

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Would you?

Trade wars are good.–President Trump Fixing the tax system must be a top priority because it threatens everything we care about — including jobs, healthcare, education, public investment, the environment, and retirement security.–Charles Whalen, economist and former congressional candidate. The … Continue reading

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Congressional Candidate Charles Whalen suspending his campaign

Charles Whalen from Geneva issued the following statement “For Immediate Release” today: Friends and Fellow Democrats, Effective immediately, I’m suspending my campaign for Congress. I remain convinced that my message of advancing our common interests is the only way to … Continue reading

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