Congressman Brian Higgins released the following statement related to the Urban Land Institute’s Advisory Services Panel process, focusing on the Buffalo Central Terminal, slated for next week:
President’s Changes to U.S.-Cuba Relationship Creates Uncertain Future for Promising Cancer Treatment
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) expressed great concern that President Trump’s rollback of United States policies with Cuba implemented under President Obama that opened up new opportunities for trade, tourism and business relationships between the two nations may hurt the United States economy and threaten the future of promising cancer research underway at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
President Expected to Announce Changes Friday
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) is expressing great concern in anticipation of President Trump’s scaling back of U.S. – Cuban policies that opened the door to tourism, trade and business opportunities. The President is expected to announce the details of his policy change in Miami on Friday.
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) issued the following statement in response to a shooting this morning at a practice for the annual Congressional baseball game:
“We are thinking of our colleagues after a horrible attack on members of Congress, staff and Capitol Police and wishing all a full and speedy recovery.
Congressman Advocates for Redevelopment of 20 Acres of Property That Now Sits Vacant & Dilapidated
Perry Street stretches from HarborCenter in Downtown Buffalo through the Cobblestone District and into South Buffalo’s Old First Ward. Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) travels the 1.1 mile route frequently and, troubled by the vacant and deteriorating conditions of publicly owned property in the area, is proposing a plan to help the neighborhood reach its great potential.
Congressman Says Massive Tax Cut for Insurance Executives, While Patient Costs Continue to Rise, Is Not Acceptable Healthcare Reform
At a hearing of the House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) questioned the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Thomas Price, M.D. about the absurdity of including exorbitant tax breaks for health insurance executives in the Republican health care bill.
Congressman Says Public Should Have the Option to Buy-In Early to Medicare
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) took to the Floor of the House of Representatives to advocate for common sense changes to expand affordable health care options in America. Higgins is calling for an expansion of Medicare – the most popular and well-run health insurance platform in the country.
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) says it is time for the conversation about healthcare in American to shift, from one that tears down healthcare to one that builds it up.
$3.45 Million Spring Street & Mill Plaza Infrastructure Investment Complete
Williamsville, N.Y. – Spring Street, Rock Street, and the Williamsville Water Mill Plaza have a new look following completion of a $3.45 million project transforming the area into a new “village square” providing a beautiful public gathering space in the center of Williamsville.
Buffalo City Court Chief Judge Thomas P. Amodeo joins UB Family Medicine, Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn, Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown, Horizon Health Services CEO Anne D.
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