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A New York Republican lawmaker wants to make it easier for people who have lost revenue as a result of government regulation to seek compensation.
After years of intense debate over the Keystone XL oil pipeline, Congressman Tom Reed hopes to see the project come to fruition.
After a two and a half day retreat, Republican House Ways and Means Committee members, including Congressman Tom Reed (R-Corning) came out firing at President Barack Obama's 2016 budget proposals.
Protecting the money of hardworking taxpayers is the goal for the House Committee on Ways and Means heading forward throughout the year.
As congressional lawmakers began reviewing President Barack Obama’s proposed $4 trillion federal budget, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, said the spending plan is far from complete.
Senators returned to the Capitol this week were welcomed by the funding issue surrounding the Department of Homeland Security.
Two key federal programs that help rural hospitals make ends meet could become permanent under legislation recently introduced by U.S. Rep. Tom Reed.
Several Medicare reforms passed through the House last week, including legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Tom Reed.
Evolving regulations covering fracking on federal lands prove the process can be done safely, and should push New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to revisit his decision to ban the practice, according to U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning.
Rochester's Washington D.C. delegation is again throwing its political weight behind New York landing a federally created center for photonics manufacturing.