Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) released the following statement following today’s announcement that the House of Representatives will proceed with a formal impeachment inquiry of President Trump:
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) announced the House of Representatives approved the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin Act (HR 1830). Higgins is an original cosponsor of the bipartisan bill which was introduced by Rep.
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26), a member of the House Committee on Budget, participated in a hearing discussion exploring “Solutions to Rising Economic Inequality.”
After discussions early this week related to the future of Western New York’s roads and bridges, Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) went to Washington, D.C. to fight for action on a substantial federal investment in infrastructure.
Twenty-one members of the New York Congressional delegation penned a letter to U.S.
Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) announced that a federal grant from the Department of Homeland Security’s Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Program has been awarded to the City of Buffalo for the hiring of firefighters. The grant is for a total of $9,806,400 and administered by DHS’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
On the eve of the 101st anniversary of the day United States Army veteran John C. Murray was wounded in action, Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) presented Private First Class Murray’s family with a Purple Heart and other long overdue military medals for service during World War I.
Congressmembers Brian Higgins (D- NY-26) and Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) announced introduction of the BOUND (Border Officer Utilization for National Defense) Act, requiring minimum staffing levels for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers stationed at ports of entry along the northern border.