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  • We Need to Put America First
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on March 12, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, As many of you many have seen, President Trump has announced that he will be making an effort to renegotiate our dated trade policies. In a recent visit to the White House, I conveyed my support for the need to have fair trade policies that put American manufacturers on an even playing field. We need to have strong negotiators at the table to make sure that American interests and American workers are the top priority when we negotiate with our worldwide trading partners. I believe... Read more

  • Touring the 23rd
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on March 6, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, Last week I was able to travel the district to address many important issues facing our communities. Topics of discussion ranged from tax reform to gun rights. On Thursday, I toured the Finger Lakes- PRISM (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management). We discussed the importance of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to the region as well as a recent $900,000 grant from the US EPA. This grant money will aid in controlling invasive species and help stabilize the ecosys... Read more

  • Tax Reform Works
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on February 19, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, Tax reform has proven to be transformational for not only our region, but across the country. Over 300 companies have announced bonuses, wage increases, and better benefits for their employees. Tax reform is empowering businesses to use their profits to make themselves more competitive in the way THEY see fit. I saw this firsthand when I visited the Starbucks in Jamestown last week. Starbucks has decided to accelerate their paid family leave as a result of the new law. These are f... Read more

  • Our Greatest Threat is our National Debt
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on February 12, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, This week, both the House and Senate passed a budget agreement that I could not support. The plan would add $1.7 to $2.1 trillion dollars to our national debt over the next ten years. To me, this is not acceptable. I ran for congress to help fix the debt problem, not add to it. It is easy for those in Washington to continue with the status quo, making it hard to get to the root cause of this problem-which is uncontrolled spending. I want to emphasize that I support funding for our... Read more

  • The State of our Union is Strong
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on February 5, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, Last week, President Trump spoke to the nation during his first State of Union address. From his message, it is clear that the state of our union is strong. Wages are rising, job growth is up, and unemployment is at its lowest since 2000! Also, the tax reform package is working, as business continue to announce bonuses and wage increases and people are beginning to see more in their paychecks. After the State of the Union address, I sat down with Problem Solvers Caucus co-chair, R... Read more

  • Open for Business
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on January 29, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, We learned this past week that the American people rejected the government shutdown, knowing full well extremism is no way to run a country. Children’s health care, our military and countless other services Americans depend on cannot simply be shut down so extremists can make a point. Fortunately, America is open for business again in more ways than one. After I voted to re-open the government Monday evening, I hit the road back to Corning. I spent the rest of the week traveling t... Read more

  • What 2018 Will Bring...
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on January 13, 2018 | Preview rr

    Dear Neighbor, 2017 was quite a busy and successful year! It brought us a new presidential administration, landmark reforms, and of course, comprehensive tax reform. This week, we outlined the legislative initiatives we look to work on this year in Congress. Our priorities include: building upon tax reform, infrastructure improvements, welfare reform, college cost containment, and agriculture issues. The successful foundation that tax reform provides will continue to jumpstart our local economie... Read more

  • Reed Attends Presidential Inauguration
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on February 14, 2017 | Preview rr

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  • Reed Fights for Students
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on December 21, 2016 | Preview rr

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  • Reed Cares for Veterans
    Posted in Weekly Newsletter on November 16, 2016 | Preview rr

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