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More than 300 filled the town hall auditorium for a Veterans Day program that featured remarks by Congressman Stephen Lynch. The event included 45 veterans.
Congressman Stephen Lynch attended the annual Veterans Day Breakfast at the American Legion's Beatty Post Nov. 11.
Congressman Lynch joined his colleagues in Massachusetts delegation in a letter sent to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in calling for more safety planning following the announcement of the closing of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.
Some of the region’s top political leaders met Tuesday night in Quincy to discuss the ongoing fight against opioid abuse.
Congressman Lynch, Congresswoman Clark, and Congressman Kennedy will join leaders from various advocacy groups to attend a forum hosted by Mayor Thomas Koch next week to discuss the abuse of prescription drugs.
Congressman Lynch told reporters that he would support a no-fly zone in Syria and demand that Russia respect the imposition.
Massachusetts lawmakers call on U.S. House Speaker John Boehner to act on 'commonsense gun laws' in wake of Oregon shooting
Several Massachusetts lawmakers have urged congressional Republicans to pass what they call "commonsense gun laws" in the wake of a mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
Congressman Lynch expressed his concern over the West Roxbury pipeline court ruling and stated he would do everything he can to prevent the pipeline from happening as well as future projects that put his constituents at risk.
Disabled veteran, who are newly hired by the federal government, would receive paid leave to seek medical treatment for their service-connected injuries under legislation approved by the House on Monday.
Congressman Stephen Lynch, who represents the 8th District of Massachusetts, spoke with the Reporter by phone last week regarding his experience visiting Syrian refugees and attending Congressional hearings aimed at finding ways to undermine the terrorist state financially.