In The News
Congressman Lynch joined Ed Harding and Janet Wu for an interview about the battle against ISIS, the MBTA, and other issues, during the Sunday program "On The Record."
Representative Stephen Lynch is traveling through the Middle East and Europe this week as part of his work for a House task force on refugees.
While the United States must remain cautious, officials in Turkey and Jordan are doing a thorough job screening Syrian refugees before approving them for resettlement in America, U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch says.
As the U.S. Senate prepares this week to take up a measure to stop admission of Syrian refugees until a multi-agency screening process is in place, one Bay State lawmaker is in the Middle East to see for himself how those fleeing civil war atrocities and terrorism are vetted.
Congressman Lynch joined Josh Miller of the Boston Globe for an hour long live interview on a wide array of topics.
Congressman Stephen Lynch offered a glimpse into what really takes place on Capitol Hill during a visit with several dozen Quincy High School students who take Advanced Placement U.S. Government or will participate in the congressional simulation conference Harvard Model Congress.
At a recent public forum, Congressman Steve Lynch—who’s been sharply critical of the FAA—says he’s watched firsthand as planes arriving at Logan fly over South Shore towns instead of the ocean.
Every year, Braintree is among the few communities in Massachusetts that remembers Japan’s Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch wants to continue to serve on a House task force that has been investigating terrorism financing.
Massachusetts Democrats in Congress stood firmly with their colleagues in calling for a vote on legislation that Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., has sought since 2007. King wants to block gun sales to individuals on a "no-fly" list that is used to keep suspected terrorists from flying on commercial airlines.