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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.
Congressman Lynch shared his reaction to the Iran nuclear deal and his takeaways from his recent congressional delegation to the Middle East.
Congressman Lynch shared his initial impressions on the Iran nuclear deal with Dan Rea on WBZ Nightside.
Congressman Lynch raised concerns about the tentative agreement on sanctions relief in the Iran nuclear deal negotiations.
Congressman Lynch, state Sen. Mike Rush, state Rep. Ed Coppinger and Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley sent an emergency motion for a stay of construction of the West Roxbury Lateral gas pipeline to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
As the U.S. stands on high terrorism alert ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, including in Boston, Friday’s deadly terror attack in Kuwait served as a wake-up call to leaders in that country to better heed U.S. demands to stamp out terror funding within their borders, U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch told the Herald in a phone interview from the region.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch says the different factions in Iraq must cooperate to combat the Islamic State terrorist groups threatening the region because American forces will not be taking on that fight.
Lynch, a South Boston Democrat, is traveling through the Middle East this week with US Representative Jim McGovern of Worcester and other members of Congress. Their mission, according to Lynch, is to assess the US fight against the ISIS and the humanitarian impact in Iraq and Syria.