Bipartisan bill looks to turn great ideas into commercial success, improving the economy
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) has introduced legislation in Congress to help scientists commercialize their ideas and it has the backing of local research universities. As a member of the Science, Space and Technology Committee, Collins is the sponsor of the TRANSFER Act of 2013 (H.R.
Congressman Collins and 84 members of the House of Representatives file an Amicus Curiae brief to support religious freedom
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) showed his support for the town of Greece, NY in the upcoming Supreme Court case, Greece v. Galloway today by signing an Amicus Curiae brief in support of Greece.
Greece v. Galloway, which concerns the religious establishment clause in the Constitution, will be argued this fall.
Bill would use money set aside for party politics and invest in pediatric research instead
“The votes today to delay both the employer and individual mandates required under Obamacare were about what is fair to the American people. By choosing to delay only the employer mandate, President Obama is selectively deciding which portions of the law he is going to enforce, and that is not fair to America’s hardworking men and women.