Congressman Collins is releasing online survey for small business owners to provide feedback
To mark National Small Business Week, Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) is asking small business owners in his district to complete an online survey about the economy and other issues impacting the small business sector. Starting today, Collins will be emailing the survey to small business owners across the eight counties of New York’s 27th Congressional District. Small business owners not a
Congressman Collins to participate in multi-employer job fair at Chase on June 28
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) today announced that 150 Chase Albion jobs will be retained in Western New York. A hiring event will be held at the Chase Albion facility on Wednesday, June 26th and Friday, June 28th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Statement from Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) following the announcement that JP Morgan Chase plans to close its Mortgage Facility in Orleans County, impacting 400 workers:
Freshman member picks up seat on Science, Space & Technology
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) honored the late John Chase, a WWII veteran from Batavia, NY, today by presenting his family members with the medals he earned in service.
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