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Jul 24, 2013

Lynch Votes Against Bill to End the Affordable 30-Year Mortgage

Congressman Stephen F. Lynch (MA-08) issued the following statement after voting against H.R. 2767, a Republican bill to privatize the mortgage finance market:

Jul 16, 2013

Lynch Introduces Legislation to Enhance Accountability and Transparency in NSA Phone Surveillance

Rep. Lynch recently introduced H.R. 2684, the Telephone Surveillance Accountability Act of 2013. This legislation would enhance judicial oversight over the broad collection of domestic phone records by the NSA...

Jul 11, 2013

House Approves Lynch "Sea Wall" Amendment to Increase Funding For Army Corps of Engineers, Coastal Communities

Lynch’s amendment, which passed by a vote of 217-206, was included in H.R. 2609, the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, which will fund Department of Energy programs, the Army Corps of Engineers and other related agencies for FY2014.

Jun 12, 2013

Lynch, Quigley Face-Off with Stanley Cup Wager Local delicacies are on the line in the Bruins-Blackhawks NHL Championship Series.

U.S. Reps. Stephen Lynch (D-Boston Bruins) and Mike Quigley (D-Chicago Blackhawks) faced off on the Capitol steps in advance of their hometown teams meeting in Game 1 of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight at the United Center in Chicago.

Jun 6, 2013

Congressman Lynch Presents Megan Selby with Congressional Award Silver Medal

Congressman Stephen F. Lynch recently presented Megan Selby of Stoughton with the Congressional Award Silver Medal. The Silver Medal recognizes Megan’s initiative, personal accomplishment and service to her community.

Jun 6, 2013

House Approves Lynch Amendment to Increase Funding For Rail and Bus Security

The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved an amendment sponsored by Congressman Stephen F. Lynch that would increase funding for surface transportation security by $15.6 million.

Jun 3, 2013

Broadside: Congressman Lynch on fishing catch limits

U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch joined Broadside Friday to discuss an array of issues, including new fishing regulations and the Boston Marathon bombing investigation.