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ENG:Stephen F. Lynch (born March 31, 1955) is the U.S. representative for Massachusetts's 8th congressional district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Lynch was previously an ironworker and lawyer, and served in both chambers of the Massachusetts General Court. Born and raised in South Boston, Lynch is the son of an ironworker. He went into the trade after high school, working in an apprenticeship and later joining his father's union. He became the union's youngest president at age 30 while attending the Wentworth Institute of Technology. He received his J.D. from Boston College Law School in 1991. For several years he worked as a lawyer, primarily representing housing project residents and labor unions. Lynch was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives, unseating an ...
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Rep. Stephen Lynch testifies on redistricting

Lawmakers charged with reshaping the state’s new congressional districts heard the last pieces of testimony Monday from fellow legislators and advocacy groups on how to draw the map that will eliminate one of the state’s 10 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. About 100 people attended the legislature’s 13th and final public hearing on redistricting, including U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch of Boston, who urged the committee to maintain the district he represents. Although Lynch would not say which district should go, he said his, the 9th, should stay because it is compact ...

Congressman Stephen Lynch talks trade in Norwood

Congressman Stephen Lynch stopped by Norwood on Monday, Oct. 17, as part of his “Congress on Your Corner” tour. He spoke to over 15 citizens and fielded questions about everything from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to redistricting. He also spoke about jobs and President Obama’s Jobs Bill, which was defeated in the Senate last week. Lynch described the bill as “basically dead,” but that isn’t going to stop them. While they might not be able to pass the bill as a whole, they could be able to pass portions of it, such as some of the tax reforms outlined ...

Lynch Seeks More Oversight of Confidential Informants

Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, who represents the Town of Canton, introduced H.R. 3228, the Confidential Informant Accountability Act of 2011 on Friday, October 14. The bill would increase Congressional oversight of law enforcement agencies’ use of confidential informants as well as strengthen provisions to allow victims to recover by extending the statute of limitations for tort claims arising out of criminal misconduct by a confidential informant. “While the use of confidential informants can be an effective crime-fighting tool, unfortunately, we have also seen the practice ...

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Congressman Lynch's Lunch Bucket Bulletin - 12/5/2017
Link to Congressman Lynch's Lunch Bucket Bulletin - 12/5/2017 December 5, 2017 Thank you for signing up for our e-newsletter, where I will be sharing updates on what Congress is considering on the House floor, legislation I’ve introduced or cosponsored, as well as reports on issues and events of importance to the families of the 8th Congressional District. Last week, the Senate passed a Republican tax plan that would give massive tax breaks to corporations and the wealthy at the expense of the middle class, working families, and senior citizens. The House passed similar legislation three weeks ago, and the next step for Republicans is to meet and reconcile any details that differ between the two bills. We know one thing: the Republican plan will hurt the middle class and those who need help most. Massachusetts residents would be especially hard hit by this plan, which would eliminate the federal tax deduction for paying state and local taxes (SALT). Among residents of the 8th Distri
Rep. Lynch shares his concerns about North Korea: On The Record
VIDEO: Rep. Stephen Lynch talks about foreign policy and gives his take on how the state is handling the opioid crisis.
Rep. Lynch: Congress' Sexual Harassment Policies Need To Change
Congressman Lynch spoke with WGBH about how Capitol Hill needs a better system to deal with rampant sexual harassment and abuse.
Cummings and Lynch Request Immediate Reversal of Decision to Classify Previously Unclassified Information about Afghanistan
Washington, D.C. (Nov. 17, 2017)—Today, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and Rep. Stephen F. Lynch, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on National Security, sent a letter to President Donald J. Trump requesting an immediate reversal of the policy to classify previously unclassified information relating to Afghanistan. “We’re writing about a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Defense to classify and discontinue public reporting of information essential to conducting oversight of U.S. spending in Afghanistan, and to request an immediate reversal of this policy,” Cummings and Lynch wrote. “This information relates to the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF), has been unclassified for years, and was previously published publicly in quarterly reports by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR).” SIGAR was notified recently by DOD of its plan to begin classifying in

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