Huntington, NY - Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D – Long Island, Queens) announced the 2018 Congressional Art Competition, a nation-wide high school art competition. The contest is open to all high school students living in New York's Third Congressional District, and the winning artwork will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi sent a letter to Daniel K. Elwell, Acting Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration in support of New York City Council Member Paul Vallone’s resolution to amend the North Shore Helicopter Route so pilots can no longer fly low over Northeast Queens, specifically Whitestone, Malba Gardens and Bay Terrace.
References his immigrant father who would always say of America, “what a country!”
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi made the following statement regarding the remarks President Trump made yesterday about immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and some African nations.
"The president’s comments yesterday were awful, inappropriate, unpresidential, irresponsible and demoralizing to so many people.
Bethpage Water District says Suozzi’s “compassion and dedication to driving the ball forward on the cleanup efforts has been critical”
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi announced that the Bethpage Water District has reached a financial agreement with the Department of the Navy that will provide $8 million in funding that will ultimately help with cleaning up the Navy/Grumman plume.
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi issued the following statement shortly after the Republican-led tax reform bill passed the House of Representatives.
On Monday, Congressman Tom Suozzi was joined by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Eric Chewning for a major Aerospace and Defense Industry Supply Conference aimed at finding innovative ideas to help this critical industry to Long Island’s economy grow stronger and more competitive.
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The bipartisan meeting, where Reps. Peter King and Thomas Suozzi spoke, also included discussion of the need to extend DACA and TPS protections for immigrants.
Two Congressmen from New York, Republican Peter King and Democrat Tom Suozzi, discuss their plan to try to prevent the next mass shooting.
Times have changed, and we can’t allow innocent people to die because we refuse to take basic steps that would help make our country safer.
The right to “bear arms” is guaranteed in the Constitution as clearly as the freedom of speech. But, as with speech, there are limitations when necessary to curb the threat of violence. That’s why we restrict gun access for felons, the mentally ill and domestic abusers if they are a threat to others.
Work is expected to start as early as next month on mending the Long Island National Cemetery’s historic wrought-iron fence — battered over the years after being hit by dozens of vehicles.
Plans call for replacing or repairing the “unsightly” fencing and moving it further away from the street, officials said Saturday.
U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) took to the floor of Congress Thursday to deliver a defense of immigration and the soon-to-expire Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Long Island’s aerospace “cluster” needs to develop an identity to effectively market itself to major defense companies, Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) said at a conference Monday.
Emily Ngo -- Newsday
A bipartisan group of House members on Monday proposed fixes to the Affordable Care Act that they said would stabilize insurance markets and provide key concessions to Republicans and Democrats.
I spoke with CNN's John Berman about the terrible events in Charlottesville, VA. I called on President Trump to condemn white nationalists and the KKK.
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I sat down with John Scott of Fox News Channel's "Happening Now" to talk about the Problem Solvers Caucus bipartisan proposal to fix our nation's health care system.
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