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WASHINGTON – Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Rep. Chris Collins have joined the chorus of critics of President Obama’s decision to negotiate with the Taliban to win the release of an American prisoner of war.
Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence, is raising alarm that Clean Water Act revisions under EPA and Army Corps of Engineers consideration would expand the waterways under federal authority — and constrict farm families’ control over their fields.
U. S. Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence., announced Tuesday he and more than 160 fellow Congress members are fighting to stop expansion of the Environmental Protection Agency Clean Water Act.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins recently applauded the bipartisan effort that led President Obama to sign the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act into law.
Congressman Chris Collins received the Spirit of Enterprise Award Monday from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The award, given annually, recognizes members of Congress who support the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s agenda as judged by their voting records.
The Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology, led by Rep. Chris Collins, R-27, conducted a field hearing Tuesday in Geneseo that examined the potential benefits of small agriculture businesses entering into partnerships and other supply arrangements with large processors and retailers.
WASHINGTON – Of all the characters created for the film “Ghostbusters,” the frantic Environmental Protection Agency inspector, or avenger, played by William Atherton took a particular stroke of genius.
May 2 (BNA) - House lawmakers signed a May 1 letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy objecting to the proposed Clean Water Act rule that would clarify jurisdiction over the nation's waters and wetlands.
Over the past couple years, the Small Business Administration has siphoned money away from some long-standing programs to launch new pilot initiatives intended to support entrepreneurs. Many of those new programs were not authorized by Congress.
More than 200 House members are calling on the Obama administration to drop its plans to expand the Environmental Protection Agency’s jurisdiction over smaller bodies of water around the country.