– U.S. Representative Tom Suozzi (D-Long Island, Queens) and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) announced the introduction of a bill that would reverse a 2020 Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling that Suffolk County residents must pay taxes on county grants used to upgrade their septic tanks.
Today, April 15, 2021, Tom Suozzi (NY-3), U.S. Representatives Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5), Young Kim (CA-39), and Andrew Garbarino (NY-2) announced the formation of the new bipartisan SALT Caucus to advocate for new tax relief from Congress.
Today, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY) led a letter from Members of the New York Congressional Delegation to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) reserving the right to oppose any future tax legislation that fails to include a full repeal of the SALT limitation.
– On Sunday and Monday, Congressman Tom Suozzi, along with nine other members of the Problem Solvers Caucus traveled to the communities of McAllen and Mission, Texas to assess the situation at the southern border.
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D – Long Island, Queens) announced that he is introducing legislation that would award a Congressional Gold Medal to the 369th Infantry Regiment, commonly known as the “Harlem Hellfighters.” The Harlem Hellfighters Congressional Gold Medal Act will bestow long-overdue recognition of the bravery and outstanding service of Harlem Hellfighters during World W
Port Washington, NY – Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D – Long Island, Queens) held a press event at The Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington and was joined by representatives from the Paramount in Huntington, the John Engeman Theater, My Father’s Place, and The Landmark on Main Street to outline and highlight how the Shuttered Venues Operators Grant (SVOG) program, which
Huntington, New York – With the Biden Administration releasing their proposed changes to the tax code to pay for an infrastructure bill, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D-Long Island, Queens) has laid down a marker and said he will not vote for any changes to the tax code unless the State and Local Tax Deduction (SALT) is restored.
- In response to the mounting anti-Asian sentiment, rhetoric, and the ensuing hate crimes linking Asian Americans with COVID-19, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D - Long Island, Queens) joined local elected officials, Asian American lawmakers, community leaders, and representatives from many civic and religious organizations at three separate rallies across his District over the past two weeks.
Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi (D-Long Island, Queens) issued the following statement:
White Plains, NY – Today, Congressman Tom Suozzi (NY-03), Congressman Jamaal Bowman (NY-16), Congressman Mondaire Jones (NY-17), and Westchester County Executive George Latimer joined forces in calling for the repeal of the cap on State and Local Taxes (SALT) to be included in the next package to come out of Washington, DC.
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Representative Tom Suozzi, a New York Democrat, said he plans to publish a list of New Yorkers who donate to candidates opposing the removal of a $10,000 limit on state and local tax deductions.
Americans are anxious. Headlines scream: “GOP Plan to Destroy Biden Presidency,” ”Dems Deeply Divided” and other dispiriting headlines before Joe Biden even repeats the Oath of Office.
WASHINGTON—Rep. Tom Suozzi (D., N.Y.) knows his bid to repeal the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions is a long shot for inclusion in any final coronavirus-relief bill. He has seen the mockery from Republicans, who criticize Democrats for proposing a tax cut for the rich.
The highly decorated all-black unit was entirely made up of black soldiers, many of whom were from Long Island, served alongside French soliders in WWI because other American troops refused to serve with them. They are now being recognized for their service. NBC New York’s Greg Cergol reports.
More than 100 years ago, Glen Cove’s Sgt. Leander Willett fought in a U.S. Army uniform in World War I alongside French troops because African Americans like him were banned from serving with white U.S. soldiers.
WASHINGTON — A new House bill filed late Wednesday takes aim at vaping and smoking by not only banning flavors in electronic cigarettes and tobacco products, but also by tripling the federal taxes on them to discourage use by younger people.
Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove), Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday said they were worried that immigrant and low-income communities would not be accurately counted in the next year's census — resulting in millions in federal funding losses to the region.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Tom Suozzi said he saw men sleeping on a bare concrete floor and heard children without parents talking, crying and coughing behind chain-link fences in a visit Saturday to two overflowing migrant detention centers on the southwestern border.