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Our goal is to create good paying, high-quality jobs while cutting taxes for the middle class. This can be done through incentivizing the manufacturing sector and small business growth, as well as lowering rates on businesses and investments. This path … Continue reading
The Finger Lakes Times (Monday, September 18) published an article on the Finger Lakes Area Counceling & Recovering Agency (FLACRA) recent $1.4 million in federal funds to combat the Opioid crisis. The article starts, “Sixteen counties in New York … Continue reading
Tonight’s Reed Headlines: Collins, Reed push for bill to help “Dreamers” Buffalo News “It’s recognizing that the children that have come here that have good moral character, that have not demonstrated any kind of national security threat or engaged in … Continue reading
Rep. Tom Reed’s statement on the Charlottesville White Supremacy rally was posted on his Facebook page on Monday morning. It was after President Trump’s first Charlottesville statement on Saturday afternoon, and before Trump’s secind statement later on Monday. “I’m … Continue reading
This article was written by Lee Marcus of Arkport, NY In the aftermath of national tragedy, you sometimes feel you have to do something, even if it’s only something symbolic. Many people around the Hornell area felt that … Continue reading
The following is a Press Release from congressional candidate Rick Gallant: CORNING, N.Y. – While addressing the media at the clubhouse of his private golf resort, President Trump laid out his solutions for addressing the nationwide opioid epidemic: “We can … Continue reading