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Congressman Lynch is praised for his line of questioning during a Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises hearing on July 24.
Congressman Lynch’s security clearance reform legislation was highlighted in an article in the Sunday Washington Post on February 16, 2014.
I understand the great frustration with the lack of progress in solving the federal budget impasse in order to avoid a government shutdown. As someone who takes pride in working in a bipartisan way for the good of American families, I share that frustration and disappointment.
About 100 people gathered Thursday for a special town hall meeting on Syria hosted by U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch.
The right to legal counsel is enshrined in the Bill of Rights, making our legal system adversarial by design. The presence of legal adversaries to argue both sides in court through zealous representation maximizes the ability of our judges and juries to render informed and fair decisions. Yet despite the near universal understanding of this basic right, one defendant has been left without a courtroom advocate: the American people. As the recent revelations about the National Security Agency have made clear, the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) has essentially become a...
U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch joined Broadside Friday to discuss an array of issues, including new fishing regulations and the Boston Marathon bombing investigation.
Dorchester's Cedar Grove Cemetery, the site of this annual observance, is old and venerable, and the resting place of many Union dead honored every year with a wreath-laying ceremony. And every year, the recently deceased of all Dorchester's veterans' posts are honored with a roll call. Congressman Stephen Lynch noted the unflagging efforts to bring the battlefield dead of all our wars home for burial.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass, said “when someone serves in the military, the whole family serves.” He said we should not only show loyalty to those who are in uniform, but to the families of those who have died in service to their country. He noted his mother-in-law lost a brother in World War II.
Congressman Lynch sits down with Fox25's Mark Ockerbloom