Congressman Collins Defends Second Amendment on House FloorCongressman Chris Collins took his strong support of the Second Amendment and law-abiding gun owners to the House floor.
Congressman Chris Collins details why ObamaCare is bad for seniors, small businesses and American economy.
Collins says small businesses are leaving themselves vulnerable to cyber-attacks
Legislation would give small business owners a deferral on payroll tax if they open new business in targeted areas.
Final Rules on Pilot Qualifications and Crewmember Training Are Long Overdue
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WASHINGTON – Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) voted yesterday to approve the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management (FARRM) Act of 2013 and move it out of the House Agriculture Committee. The bill was passed by a large, bipartisan vote of 36-10.
WASHINGTON – Outraged over recent revelations that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) singled out and targeted conservative political groups, Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) has signed a letter to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew voicing concern and demanding answers.
“As if Americans need another reason to be skeptical of the IRS, today’s admission that the agency targeted conservative leaning non-profits for extra tax document scrutiny is truly stunning. Instead of engaging in a political witch hunt by singling out non-profits with different politics than the President, the IRS should be working to make the tax preparation process easier for hardworking t
House Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology Chairman Chris Collins (NY-27) today led a hearing to examine the economic effects of the upcoming health care law’s insurance tax on small businesses. Beginning in 2014, the health care law imposes a new tax on the health insurance policies that most small businesses purchase.
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) is pushing the Main Street Revival Act (H.R. 952), bipartisan legislation which will help promote economic growth and fill vacancies along America’s main streets. Collins is the lead Republican co-sponsor of the legislation in the House.
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WASHINGTON – A tax that’s designed to partly fund health care reform could actually prompt some small businesses to stop offering health insurance, witnesses said Thursday at a congressional hearin
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Four months after learning veterans may have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis at the V.A. Hospital in Buffalo, 20 have tested positive for hepatitis.
WASHINGTON – Twenty veterans treated at the Buffalo Veterans Affairs Medical Center have tested positive for hepatitis in the wake of revelations that nurses improperly reused insulin pens on multi
Congressman Chris Collins hosted a hearing this morning of the Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology focusing on how aspects of ObamaCare affect small businesses across the coun