Congressman Chris Collins interview with Time Warner Cable News in Rochester, New York on his new assignment to the Energy and Commerce Committee and the benefits hydrofracking can have on the New York economy.
Rep. Chris Collins’ brief congressional career will take a big step forward next year when he joins the House committee that churns out more legislation than any other. And the Clarence Republican said Wednesday that he will use his new perch on the Energy and Commerce Committee to focus on issues that he thinks matter most to Western New York: promoting fracking, ensuring that the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus gets the proper federal funding and pushing for expanded broadband Internet service in rural areas.
Voters across America made a clear choice in this month’s election about the direction in which they want the country to move. Here in Western New York and across the nation, voters chose to be represented on the local, state and federal levels by individuals who believe that job creation and economic growth should be spurred by the private sector, that big government is not good government and that elected leaders should stand behind the principles upon which they campaign.
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Congressman Chris Collins today issued the following statement after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to reclassify the Internet as a Title II utility.
Congressman Chris Collins today released the following statement encouraging local high school students in New York’s 27th district to participate in this year’s Congressional Art Competition.
Congressman Chris Collins today released the following statement regarding his opposition to President Obama’s request for fast track trade promotion authority.
Rep. Chris Collins (NY-27), Rep. Brian Higgins (NY-26) and Rep. Louise Slaughter (NY-25) today released the following statements after leading a letter sent to Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Rep. Bill Shuster and Ranking Member Rep. Peter DeFazio asking to retain the safety standards put in place after the crash of Flight 3407.
Congressman Chris Collins today announced $639,136 in federal funding from the National Science Foundation for SUNY College at Geneseo. The grant will help fund the school’s program that addresses the national need for more and better trained geoscientists by increasing recruitment, graduation, and preparation for and placement in careers or geosciences graduate programs.
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Rep. Chris Collins’ brief congressional career will take a big step forward next year when he joins the House committee that churns out more legislation than any other.
Voters across America made a clear choice in this month’s election about the direction in which they want the country to move.