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Congressman Lynch sent a letter to Speaker Boehner urging a full debate on the President's request for authorization of military force against ISIL.
Congressman Lynch, Congressman Jones, and Congressman Massie are working to gain support for a resolution to release 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry.
Congressman Lynch penned an op-ed in the Boston Globe highlighting the need to declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry, which have been withheld from the public for far too long.
Congressman Lynch sent a letter to the Department of Defense requesting an explanation of the decision to classify information regarding U.S. spending in Afghanistan. The SIGAR used this information in its role of evaluating waste, fraud, and abuse in U.S. programs in Afghanistan.
The New York Times highlighted Congressman Lynch's efforts to declassify the 28 pages of 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry.
At the Oversight and Government Reform hearing "Inspectors General: Independence, Access and Authority", Congressman Lynch expressed concern about the recent decision to classify information that the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction has relied on in order to report on the training of Afghan forces.
Congressman Lynch joined Nightside with Dan Rea for an hour long interview on January 29th to discuss recent legislation he has introduced, his new role on the National Security Subcommittee, and local issues including the 2024 Olympics and the proposed West Roxbury pipeline.
Sens. Markey and Warren and Rep. Lynch express concerns in letter about West Roxbury Lateral gas pipeline
Congressman Lynch joined Senators Markey and Warren in writing to the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission expressing concerns about the Spectra natural gas pipeline, which is proposed to travel through West Roxbury, Westwood, and Dedham.
Congressman Lynch was recently named Ranking Member of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform's Subcommittee on National Security.
Congressman Lynch's Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act was included in the first Committee on Oversight and Government Reform markup of the new Congress. The committee passed the legislation on a bipartisan basis.