New Museum Immerses Visitors in the Stories of Freedom Seekers
Congressman Says Focus is Needed on Transformative Projects as Western New York Advances $92 Million Opportunity
Bill Maintains Flight Safety Provisions Implemented Following Flight 3407, Includes Additional Consumer Protections
Today Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) and his colleagues in the House of Representatives voted (393-13) to approve the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R.4). The bill funds the FAA at $104.17 billion annually through 2023.
Bill Sponsored by Higgins Gives Americans Ages 50-64 an Opportunity to Buy Into Medicare
House Set to Vote on Bill Authorizing the FAA through 2023
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) participated in a tribute to a married couple who both served in the United States Navy. Gwen Colon (pronounced: Cologne) was presented with military service medals she and her late-husband earned during a combined 35-years of military service. Patriot Guard Riders also made a special presentation.
United States Army Corporal Joseph Lombardo Receives Medals Earned 72 Years Ago
World War II veteran Joseph Lombardo recently turned 100 years old. Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) joined friends and family to celebrate Joe Lombardo’s birthday and present him with military service medals 72 years overdue.
Distinction Includes Millions of Dollars in Federal Resources for Cancer Research