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U.S. Rep Chris Collins, R-Clarence, praised what he called a “bipartisan effort that led President Obama to sign the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019) into law” on Thursday.
ALBION — Congressman Chris Collins, R-Clarence, led a field hearing in Albion Thursday to gather information about the need for expanded broadband access in rural areas.
ALBION — Congress came to Orleans County Thursday, as a field hearing called by Rep. Chris Collins drew testimony on rural broadband from national, regional and community-level telecommunications firms.
The House Small Business Subcommittee hearing held in the Orleans County Legislative Chambers lacked the scale of a full Congressional panel, but not in importance.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence, will chair a House Small Business Subcommittee Field Hearing in Orleans County Thursday, March 20, on broadband. The hearing will examine how the lack of access to broadband Internet service in rural communities impacts the operations of local small businesses and farms.
ALBION — U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, R-27th District, will chair a House Small Business Subcommittee field hearing here Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence announced Tuesday Senate passage of the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019). Collins, whose district includes part of Ontario County including Canandaigua, co-sponsored the legislation in the House.
Three New York Republicans have proposed legislation to prohibit the federal government from funding college courses for prison inmates.
Farmers across New York have a greater certainty about their future today, thanks in large part to the efforts of Congressman Chris Collins on the Farm Bill that was recently signed into law.
ALDEN, N.Y. — Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Chris Collins have introduced legislation to name a western New York post office after a soldier killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence, will introduce legislation to prohibit the use of federal taxpayer dollars to provide a college education to convicted criminals.