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  • Helped Secure an Increase in Long Island Sound Funding from $4 million to $21 million!

    The Long Island Sound is our "National Park". Throughout my entire career in public service, as Mayor of Glen Cove, Nassau County Executive, and now as a Member of Congress, I have made preserving and protecting the Long Island Sound a top priority. As Co-Chair of the bipartisan Long Island Sound Caucus, I was able to secure $21 million to preserve and protect the Sound through House Appropriations this year. This is an increase of $17 million since I was elected to Congress. In August, the environmental group Save the Sound released their Long Island Sound Beach Report. While the report outlines progress made over the last 20 years, it emphasizes the need to remain vigilant by reducing nitrogen runoff and improving stormwater management and sewage infrastructure. Working together with local, town, county, and state officials as well as local environmental groups, we can preserve, protect and improve the Sound for generations to come.
  • NEWSDAY - 75 YEARS LATER, LONG ISLAND D-DAY VETS PAUSE TO REMEMBER

    Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) met three veterans of the D-Day invasion on Monday before his trip to Normandy to mark the landing's 75th anniversary. He plans to visit the graves of 21 soldiers from his congressional district interred at the Normandy American Cemetery.
  • The 75th Anniversary of D-Day: Honoring the Sacrifices of our "Greatest Generation"

    In June, I traveled to Normandy, France as part of a bipartisan delegation to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Before I left, While in Normandy, I visited the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, paying my respects to the 21 soldiers from the 3rd Congressional District who perished during the Battle of Normandy, including five who are listed as missing in action and are memorialized at the Tablets of the Missing. I also paid my respects at the grave of Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., leaving some soil from his childhood home of Sagamore Hill. At age 56, General Roosevelt was the oldest soldier in the D-Day invasion and the only general to land by sea with the first wave of troops. Using a cane due to arthritis, General Roosevelt calmly urged his troops on amidst the incredible attacks. He survived D-Day, but succumbed to a heart attack 5 weeks later. Upon my return, I paid my respects to four soldiers from the 3rd Congressional District that perished during the Battle of Normandy and are interred at Long Island National Cemetery. I laid wreaths and some sand from the beach in Normandy on their graves. May we never forget the service and sacrifice of our "Greatest Generation."

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March 30, 2020 Press Release

On Friday, March 26th, Congressman Suozzi traveled to Washington, DC to ensure the passage of the third bipartisan coronavirus stimulus package.

March 17, 2020 Press Release

Today, Congressman Suozzi issued the following statement urging the Administration to nationally mobilize to protect both the health and economic stability of individu