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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 Fights for Jobs
Tom Reed continued his fight for U.S. manufacturing jobs and his commitment to working with the Administration to achieve this goal by offer his support for executive orders which establish the White House Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and others which provide regulatory relief for US manufacturers. “We care about bringing quality, family sustaining jobs to our region and our nation. As we stand with the American people and their dedicated ‘can do’ work ethic, it’s only right that we partner with the Administration to get this sector of our economy on track,” said Reed. The Trump Administration announced its White House Manufacturing Jobs Initiative, which provides industry leaders a direct opportunity to discuss their challenges and opportunities with the President on a quarterly basis. The focus of these discussions will also include efforts to reshore US manufacturing jobs and expand this industry. As the bipartisan co-chair of the House Manufacturing Caucus, Reed applau
Reed Protects Patients, Families, and Caregivers
Calling it a time of new hope for diseases like Alzheimer’s, Tom Reed, along with the Alzheimer’s Association, highlighted the 21st Century Cures Act at Clifton Springs Hospital today. This landmark legislation will support the research projects necessary to discover, develop, and deliver life-saving cures and medical treatments. It will have a positive impact on families and caregivers affected by cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and countless other chronic illnesses. 21st Century Cures became law December 13, 2016. “We care about those who have been dealt an unfair hand in life,” said Tom Reed. “It’s only right that we focus our efforts on finding cures for those who struggle with these terrible diseases.  As we recognize that patients, families, and caregivers need support, we will continue to do whatever we can to target resources to those who need it most.” “The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to support the 21st Century Cures Act because of its potential to ac
Gottheimer and Reed Elected Co-Chairs of Bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus
Gottheimer: “There is real power in Members coming together across the aisle to find opportunities to work together and move America forward.” Reed: “The Problem Solvers Caucus, nearly 40 members strong from both sides of the aisle, will be fighting for common sense principles that impact all Americans – Democrat, Republican, Independent – everyone.” Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressmen Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and Tom Reed (NY-23) were elected Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus. Gottheimer committed even before being elected to Congress to bring Members together across party lines and find areas of agreement on key issues like lowering taxes and improving infrastructure to help the American people. Reed has been involved with the Problem Solvers Caucus since 2013. Both are eager to work to bring Members together to move the ball forward on the issues that are important to the American people. Also at today’s meeting, Representatives Carlos Curbelo (FL
Reed Champions American Security
“We care about keeping Americans safe from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism both at home and abroad. It is critical that we look past the hyperbolic rhetoric from both sides of this issue and remain dedicated to ensuring the security of American citizens first and foremost,” said Tom Reed. “We are confident these orders will be carefully and fairly implemented, with strong oversight by Congress.” The comments come in the wake of President Trump’s executive order to temporarily suspend admittance of nationals from seven nations known for terrorism. This gives the new administration an opportunity to finish the transition process and develop a sound policy regarding vetting and travel to the United States. The order does not ban Muslims from immigrating or traveling to the United States. The order will not restrict those with Green Cards from traveling to the United States. The order is very similar to bipartisan legislation, American Security Against Foreign Enemies



 
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