House legislation protects states’ rights & pushes for objective EPA study
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) criticized Governor Andrew Cuomo today on the House floor for continually delaying hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in New York.
Today, the House voted to attempt to help the millions of Americans who were misled by President Obama when he promised them they could keep their health insurance. In Western New York alone, 137,000 people were betrayed by President Obama when their policies were cancelled.
The administrative fix announced today by the President is just the latest example of how misguided and unmanageable ObamaCare really is. After being intentionally misled by the White House in an attempt to sell ObamaCare, 137,000 people in Western New York alone recently learned their insurance policy would be canceled under the healthcare law.
Mayor and Congressman send letter to ECIDA leadership, stress importance of retaining company
Buffalo Mayor Bryon Brown and Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) have co-signed a letter urging the Erie County Industrial Development Agency (ECIDA) to do what is necessary to keep Delaware North headquartered in downtown Buffalo.
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) is encouraging local fire departments and EMS squads to apply for federal Assistance to Firefighter Grants (AFG) through FEMA. AFG funds help fire departments and other first responders purchase critical equipment and protective gear. The funding can also be used to obtain training and other resources needed to help protect both the public and emer
Following concerns regarding the implementation of the health care exchanges, Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) sent a letter to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking for a delay in the individual mandate.
Change to 30 hours/week forces small businesses to limit hours, hold off growth
House Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology, under the chairmanship of Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27), today held a hearing to examine how the Obamacare definition of full-time employees, at 30 hours per week, is affecting small businesses, their employees, and the economy.
“Tonight, the House continued to work and offer reasonable and commonsense solutions to the partial government shutdown by passing bills to fully fund the National Institute of Health for critical research and open all national parks and museums.
The American people should not be short changed because Washington can’t get its act together.