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The Patriot Ledger editorial page highlighted Congressman Lynch's efforts to declassify the 28 pages.
U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said it’s “an embarrassment” the full story of 9/11 has not been told all these years later — including possible terrorist links to Saudi Arabia, as a lingering federal lawsuit brought by the victims’ families alleges.
A day before the 14th anniversary of the attacks, Congressman Lynch told the Boston Herald that the failure to release 28 pages of the joint congressional report was “an embarrassment.”
Congressman Stephen Lynch filed a bill in Glen Doherty's name to amend the Defense Base Act, which requires federal contractors to obtain insurance in case of injury or death, in order to ensure death benefits are provided regardless of marital status.
Congressman Lynch joined Roy Cohen on Stoughton Media Access' Community Forum show for an hour long interview to discuss the fall agenda in Congress, his legislative priorities, and other local issues.
Congressman Lynch joined members of the Massachusetts delegation in appealing to NOAA over expanded federal monitoring of Massachusetts' lobstermen.
Congressman Lynch praised the City of Boston for taking another step to protect the residents of West Roxbury in regard to the proposed West Roxbury Lateral Gas Pipeline.
Congressman Lynch joined Dan Rea in studio for an hour long interview on WBZ Newsradio 1030 Nightside. They discussed his recent trip to the Middle East, the Iran nuclear deal, the recent attack in Chattanooga, and took calls from listeners.
Congressman Lynch wrote an op-ed in the Boston Globe describing the opportunity and risk presented to the United States with the Iran nuclear agreement.
Congressman Lynch joined Kim Carrigan on the Boston.com Morning Show to discuss the Iran deal.