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ENG: Christopher C. Collins is the U.S Representative for New York's 27th congressional district. Previously, he was the County Executive of Erie County, New York. He is a resident of Clarence, New York. Early life, education, and business career Born in Schenectady, New York, in 1950, Collins moved around the country with his family as his father was transferred several times by General Electric. Collins graduated from Hendersonville High School (Hendersonville, North Carolina), in 1968. He received a BSME from North Carolina State University in 1972 and an MBA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 1975. Collins spent 35 years in the business world. As an entrepreneur he was the founder, President & CEO of Nuttall Gear Corporation located in Niagara Falls, New ...
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Collins meets with ag leaders to get feedback on ...


... possible new farm bill On his first full week on the job, Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) met with approximately 40 local farmers this afternoon to talk about what they want to see as part of a new farm bill. Congress is set to debate a new five-year farm bill over the coming months. As a member of the Agriculture Committee, Collins has made it a top priority to work with his colleagues to pass a new farm bill as soon as possible. The current legislation expired and Congress passed a short-term extension at the end of 2012. “America’s farmers need their federal ...


Collins gains rare rookie honor as subcommittee chief


Health law oversight in subcommittee role WASHINGTON – Rep. Chris Collins on Monday won a rare honor for a first-term lawmaker: chairmanship of a House subcommittee. The Clarence Republican will serve as chairman of the Small Business Committee’s Subcommittee on Healthcare and Technology, which will oversee the implementation of President Obama’s health care law and how it is affecting small businesses. A small-business owner before entering politics, Collins has been harshly critical of the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted in 2010. BY: Jerry Zremski Read ...


Chris Collins sworn in as representative


WASHINGTON — Republican Rep. Chris Collins of Clarence, Erie County, took his first official action as a new member of Congress on Thursday when he voted to re-elect Rep. John Boehner of Ohio as House speaker. Collins said Boehner’s decision earlier this week to delay a crucial vote on aid for Superstorm Sandy victims didn’t make him hesitate about voting for Boehner. Collins noted that that an agreement has been worked out to provide the full funding by Jan. 15. “I think it was just a sign of all the turmoil surrounding the fiscal cliff vote, which is why it got ...


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Unacceptable work at two VA facilities is an insult to the nation’s veterans
The Buffalo News February 23, 2016 The nation’s veterans should never have to wonder whether facilities meant to serve them are clean and sanitary, or if they have an emotional crisis someone will pick up the suicide hotline. Yet, veterans are facing such obstacles. What an insult to people who put their lives on hold […]
Congressman Collins Votes to Repeal and Replace Obamacare
WASHINGTON, D.C.- U.S. Representative Chris Collins (NY-27) today voted to repeal Obamacare and replace it with the American Health Care Act, which will improve access, reduce costs, and provide Americans with the health care system they deserve. “This puts us even closer to ending the Obamacare nightmare that has plagued Americans for the last seven years,” said Congressman Collins. “The legislation passed today increases competition and gives people the power to make their own choices with their own health care. The American Health Care Act is a drastic improvement over the failing health care system Obamacare has left us with.” For Western New Yorkers, the bill also includes the largest property tax reduction ever to be enacted. The legislation includes an amendment Congressman Collins introduced that would bar federal reimbursements for New York State Medicaid funds raised from local governments. “My commonsense proposal will fix the finances of counties across New Yor
Collins Introduces Legislation to Rename Post Office in Honor of Bergen Resident Barry Miller
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) today released the following statement after introducing legislation to rename the currently unnamed post office located at 15 Rochester Street, Bergen, New York in honor of Bergen resident Barry Miller. If passed, the legislation would rename the post office the “Barry G. Miller Post Office.” “Barry Miller was beloved […]
Better Late Than Never: Congressman Collins Welcomes Gov. Cuomo to Fight Against Plan 2014
WASHINGTON, D.C.- U.S. Representative Chris Collins (NY-27) today released the following statement after Governor Cuomo was in the Rochester area reviewing flooding caused by severe weather and the recent implementation of Plan 2014. “It’s better late than never that Governor Cuomo has decided to join me in the fight against Plan 2014,” said Congressman Collins. “As he saw today, lakeshore owners need all the help they can get. The recent severe weather combined with the disastrous impact of IJC Plan 2014 has created a dire situation for property owners along Lake Ontario. The only question that remains is whether Congresswoman Slaughter will join us in fighting tooth and nail against the IJC to prevent further damage for our constituents.”



 
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