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Congressman Stephen Lynch has scheduled a town hall meeting for tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 3) at Milton High School beginning at 7 p.m.
Congressman Stephen Lynch, D-Boston, will hold a town hall forum on "Keeping America Safe While Preserving Our Constitutional Rights" at 7 p.m. Friday in the Milton High School Auditorium, 25 Gile Road.
The entire Massachusetts Congressional delegation fired off a letter to US Customs and Border Protection Wednesday demanding that immigrants from the seven nations named in President Trump’s temporary ban be allowed to enter the United States.
Yet Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) and 106 other lawmakers said a hiring freeze would achieve undesired outcomes for government, citing a 1982 Government Accountability Office study on past federal hiring freezes.
Following a leak at a gas metering station operated by Spectra Energy, Congressman Stephen F. Lynch is calling on the company to give more details about the incident.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch says representatives from a Texas natural gas company have agreed to go before the town council to discuss safety and security at a Weymouth metering station.
Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., who led the effort, said, “Mr. Trump’s plan will merely increase the number of private contractors and negatively affect the traditional federal employees who keep our agencies running. There is no question that we need to reduce costs within our government, but a hiring freeze will do the opposite.”
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-MA) and more than 100 other Democrats want President-elect Trump to ditch the idea of a federal workforce hiring freeze.
House Democrats are trying to shield federal employees from the cold reception President-elect Donald Trump promises them shortly after he takes office next week.
More than 100 Democrats sent a letter to Trump on Monday asking him to reconsider his hiring freeze plan because it “would decrease transparency, efficiency, and accountability in the federal government,” said a statement from the office of Rep. Stephen F. Lynch (D-Mass.), who led the letter.