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Congressman Lynch talks with Jim Braude on NECN's Broadside regarding the horrific attack in Pakistan, the CIA Torture Report, and the CRomnibus spending bill.
Congressman Lynch joined members of the Massachusetts delegation, state, and local elected officials to celebrate the funding included in the Water Resources Reform and Development Act for the Boston Harbor dredging project.
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Congressman Lynch, as a co-chair of the Anti-Terrorism and Proliferation Financing Task Force, hosted a briefing regarding Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) financing.
Congressman Lynch participated in the town of Weymouth's Veterans Day ceremony to honor the service and sacrifice of veterans from Weymouth and from across the nation.
Congressman Lynch, Ranking Member of the Postal Service Subcommittee, and Congressman Cummings, Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, sent a letter to House Appropriators requesting a moratorium on postal service consolidations.
Congressman Lynch hosted an equity market structure briefing with Joseph Saluzzi of Themis Trading LLC. Saluzzi featured the briefing on his blog Themis Thoughts.
Congressman Lynch was one of 8 top Democratic members of the House Committees on Financial Services and Oversight and Government Reform to call on the SEC to send a strong message that corporate practices to deter whistleblowers from reporting violations of securities laws will not be tolerated.
Congressman Lynch spoke with Dan Rea from Ankara, Turkey and gave his assessment on the fight against ISIS.
Congressman Lynch discussed his meetings with Kurdish Peshmerga and Syrian Opposition leaders during his latest trip to the Middle East.
Congressman Lynch, Congresswoman Waters, and Congressman Miller sent a letter urging Labor Secretary Perez to reconsider the proposed waiver of sanctions on Credit Suisse following its guilty plea over tax evasion charges.