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ENG: Thomas W. Reed II (born November 18, 1971) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 23rd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served as the Mayor of Corning, New York. Early life, education, and law career The son of a career army officer, Reed is the youngest of 12 children and was raised in Corning, New York by his mother after his father died when he was 2 years old. Reed graduated from Horseheads High School in 1989, attended Alfred University, receiving his bachelor's degree in 1993 and earned a law degree from Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law in 1996. While at Alfred he was a NCAA Division III All-American as a swimmer. After receiving his law degree and being admitted to the bar he worked in Rochester for the firm of ...
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Reed focused on job creation, overhauling the tax code...

Congressman Tom Reed today outlined four broad areas of policy focus for 2012: job creation, overhauling the tax code, energy policy and reducing the annual budget deficit. “Jobs are the number one issue we hear about as we travel the district,” Reed said. “The most important thing we can do is continue our work of getting government out of the way so that we can re-employ people.” An additional area of focus for Reed, a member of the Committee on Ways and Means, is streamlining and overhauling the tax code. “The tax code is 70,000 pages long,” he ...

Reed explains vote against EPA boiler MACT regulations

In a conference call from Taiwan where he’s with U.S., Japan and Taiwan government officials to discuss trade and national security, Congressman Tom Reed (R-Corning) emphasized business stateside. Thursday night, Reed voted with a majority in the House to pass a billl which prevents the Environmental Protection Agency from proceeding with its new boiler maximum achievable control technology (MACT) rules. Reed emphasized the need to control federal regulations, saying the new rules would put too much monetary pressure on a bad economy without producing efficient results. Reed explained ...

Tom Reed awards bonuses, looks ahead to 2012

Even as he’s rewarding staff members with year-end bonuses for their work in 2011, Congressman Tom Reed discussed his goals for 2012 in a conference call Tuesday morning. With his staff and office seeming to come under budget for 2011, Reed awarded bonuses ranging from $500 to $2,500 to 15 of his 17 staff members. Chief-of-Staff Jay Dutcher and Deputy Chief Vicki Hook didn’t receive bonuses. Bonuses were distributed based on performance. Those working in the day-to-day operations and weren’t part of the senior management did receive bonuses. Money remaining will be turned ...

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Reed Releases Statement on the Passing of State Assemblyman Bill Nojay
We are deeply saddened by the passing of New York State Assemblyman Bill Nojay. He was our friend. We will remember him for his dedication and commitment to public service and our community. Bill was a commendable leader. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Debra, and his three children. He will be deeply missed. 
Reed Issues Statement on U.S. Census Bureau Poverty Statistics
With 43 million Americans trapped in poverty, today’s U.S. Census Bureau report confirms that we need a new approach to fighting poverty. We care about families that are struggling, which is why we have spent countless hours listening to the vulnerable at Chautauqua Opportunities, the Ithaca Rescue Mission, Head Start and many others. It’s only right that we stand with them and continue our efforts to develop innovative poverty solutions, including the House's Better Way anti-poverty initiatives."
Reed Fights for Students
Tom Reed continued his fight for students, as the House Ways and Means Committee prepares to hold a hearing on the dramatic growth of college endowments. “We care about helping students and working families afford college. That’s why we are working on a proposal that will require colleges and universities to submit a plan detailing their efforts controlling college costs.  Its only right that we go beyond our endowment proposal and address the real culprit of rising college costs.” said Reed. The House Ways and Means Committee, of which Reed is a member, will hold a hearing about the uses of college endowments. Witnesses include small colleges and universities who are taking innovative steps to address the rising cost of college and ensure accessibility for all. In 2015 alone, Harvard earned $5.5 billion in endowment returns, enough to fully eliminate the tuition costs for all 6,700 undergraduate students at the university. In the same year, the undergraduate tuition rate was
Reed Remembers 9/11
Tom Reed joined with families of the victims of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, local officials and many others to dedicate the 9/11 memorial in the town of Owego. “We care about remembering the legacy of the lost and the heroism of so many on that fateful day. We must never forget them, and in that process, we must come together to support their families, their loved ones and the survivors of the deadliest terrorist attack in our nation’s history. As we pause to reflect on this tragedy, it’s only right that we make every effort to protect and defend the U.S. homeland, now and for generations to come.” The ceremony, held at Hickories Park in Owego, commemorated the lives lost 15 years ago, and dedicated a granite bench to a local man, Derek James Statkevicus of Apalachin. Statkevicus died during the attack on the Twin Towers in New York City. Statkevicus was just 30 years old.  He was survived by his parents, Joseph and Nancy Statkevicus, who were on hand for the cerem

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