In The News
The Patriot Ledger highlighted Congressman Lynch's effort to declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry.
Congressman Lynch renewed his call for Wounded Warrior leave, as the current lack of sick leave unfairly hurts disabled veterans from receiving regular medical care and treatment.
Congressman Lynch's Wounded Warriors legislation has bipartisan support from Reps. G.K. Butterfield (D-NC), Gerry Connolly (D-VA), Elijah Cummings (D-MD), Blake Farenthold (R-TX), Walter Jones (R-NC), and Eleanor Norton (D-DC).
Congressman Lynch spoke on the floor expressing concern with H.R. 37, an attempt to roll back Dodd- Frank reforms.
Congressman Lynch reintroduced the Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act to provide first year federal employees, who are also disabled veterans, with 104 hours of leave.
Congressman Lynch and Congressman Jones reintroduced their resolution to declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry. Lynch encouraged his colleagues to read the 28 pages and consider supporting the important resolution.
Congressman Lynch was joined by families of 9/11 victims at a press conference on January 7th. The families shared powerful testimony of the importance of declassifying the 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry.
Congressman Lynch spoke with Margery Eagan and Emily Rooney on Boston Public Radio regarding his efforts to declassify the 28 pages, the CIA torture report, the attack in Paris, and the Boston Olympic bid.
Congressman Lynch attended Quincy Mayor Tom Koch's State of the City Address. Congressman Lynch will partner with Mayor Koch on a collaborative effort to combat the epidemic of drug addiction.
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.