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U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Boston, urged the agencies to engage with Milton, Hull, South Boston and Dorchester residents who are “dealing with a disproportionate burden of airplane noise.”
After years of the constant roar of planes overhead, some local towns may finally be a small step closer to getting some relief.
Rep. Lynch criticized the recent $185-million settlement with Wells Fargo that ended investigations into the scandal by Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer, the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau because the bank did not admit any wrongdoing.
The Massachusetts Congressional Delegation has added its voice to those calling on federal regulators to reject a request from the owner of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station to extend a deadline on critical safety vent upgrades mandated in response to the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
The $100 profit figure, or $50 per pen, was greeted with incredulity by committee members. Rep. Stephen Lynch said “the numbers don’t work, based on the documents you’ve given us.”
Near the 4:50 mark, WCVB On The Record highlights Congressman Lynch's questioning of Mylan CEO Heather Bresch at the recent Oversight hearing on EpiPens.
Congressman Lynch joins Kim Carrigan and VB on the WRKO/Boston.com Morning Show to discuss the recent oversight hearing on EpiPen price increases.
With Presidential Veto Looming, Congressman Lynch Stands By Bill Allowing 9/11 Families To Sue Saudi Arabia
With the threat of a presidential veto looming, Congressman Stephen Lynch is standing by a bill allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
At an event at Conley Terminal yesterday, the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) thanked Governor Charlie Baker and the Massachusetts Congressional delegation for their significant support of the revitalization of the working port, particularly the $107.5 million commitment to support the construction of a new berth and the procurement of three new cranes to handle larger ships at Conley Terminal and the $42 million FASTLANE grant.
The grant will be a “first step” toward developing a new bus terminal and overhaul of the entire MBTA station, according to the grant announcement by US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey, and US Representative Stephen Lynch.