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U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said he wants the House Oversight Committee to subpoena the White House to produce documents related to Gen. Michael Flynn, as the multi-agency investigation intensified over the former national security adviser’s failure to disclose foreign contacts and payments from Russia.
Congressman Lynch participated in the memorial dedication for former Hingham Police Chief Bud Campbell.
In the first segment, Jim Brett and Eileen Curran are joined by U.S. Representative Stephen Lynch, who shares his views on some of the Trump Administration’s policy proposals and discusses recent developments in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.
Some of the officials who spoke of the project’s significance included Robert Corley, the nonprofit’s executive director; Weymouth Mayor Robert Hedlund; Weymouth Planning Director Bob Luongo and U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch, D-South Boston. Lynch said the country needs stable and affordable housing for veterans now more than ever due to the prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries. He said he saw that need that during a recent visit to Iraq, where he met a service member on his ninth tour of active duty.
Congressmen from three states visited Soldiers from their congressional districts serving here to receive an update on the fight against ISIS.
In a telephone interview Monday from Baghdad, the South Boston Democrat said he and other members of a congressional delegation were about to depart for Iraq on Friday when they learned of the U.S. missile attack on an air base where officials say the Syrian military launched a deadly chemical attack days prior.
U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch, on a fact-finding mission to Iraq, reports that U.S. allies in the region strongly back the Trump administration’s tough stance against Syrian dictator Bashar Assad after last week’s chemical attack on civilians.
When talking about helping far-flung Syrian refugees, Kuwait has been ‘singular’ in terms of its generosity, US Congressman Stephen Lynch said yesterday. “Going beyond your borders to help people in tough situations… as I have seen in refugee camps in southern Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon, the people of Kuwait has been so generous with humanitarian aid that I thought it was important to come and say ‘thank you’,” Lynch, a Democrat representing the State of Massachusetts said in an exclusive interview.
Rep. Stephen F. Lynch, D-Boston, recently announced the nomination of Eric Piccolo, of Walpole, for appointment to the United States Naval Academy.
For Massachusetts Rep. Stephen Lynch opposition to it goes beyond the deep cuts it makes in Medicaid and Medicare.