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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 […]
Collins Introduces Second Amendment Guarantee Act
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) has proposed new measures for protecting Second Amendment rights by introducing legislation to limit states authority when it comes to regulating rifles and shotguns, commonly used by sportsmen and sportswomen. The Second Amendment Guarantee Act (SAGA) would prevent states from implementing any regulations on these weapons that are more restrictive than what is required by federal law. Upon passage of this bill, most of the language included in New York State’s Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act of 2013 signed into law by Governor Cuomo would be void.  “This legislation would protect the Second Amendment rights of New Yorkers that were unjustly taken away by Andrew Cuomo,” said Collins. “I am a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment and have fought against all efforts to condemn these rights. I stand with the law-abiding citizens of this state that have been outraged by the SAFE Act and voice my commitment to roll back
Collins Cosponsors Border Security for America Act
Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) cosponsored legislation that enhances  law enforcement at our borders and provides resources to improve security at ports of entry. The Border Security for America Act authorizes $5 billion over four years to carry out staffing increases and infrastructure improvements. Additionally, the bill directs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to implement biometric exit-entry systems at all points of entry, exempting U.S. and Canadian citizens from screening. “Our northern border is an economic asset to Western New York and we need to make sure we move people and products across safely and effectively,” said Collins. “I am fully supportive of increased national security measures, like those included in this bill, but worked with my colleagues to make sure we avoid disruptions to both American and Canadian citizens that might result from new protocols.” In February, Collins corresponded with former DHS Secretary John Kelly and CBP Acting C
Congressman Chris Collins Receives Support from Independence Party
Clarence, New York – The New York State Independence Party today endorsed Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) in his reelection campaign to the U.S. House of Representatives. “I am honored to once again receive the endorsement of the New York State Independence Party,” said Congressman Collins. “Independent thinking and a commitment to finding solutions for Western New Yorkers […]



 
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