Maurice D. Hinchey's Public Statements

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Full Name: Maurice D. Hinchey
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Allison Lee; 3 Children: Maurice, Josef, Michelle
Birth Date: 10/27/1938
Birth Place: New York, NY
Home City: Hurley, NY
Religion: Roman Catholic
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Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Womens' Issues Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Social Security Issue Position: Foreign Affairs Issue Position: Learning the Lessons of September 11 Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Protecting Our Environment Issue Position: Economy & Jobs Issue Position: Increasing Energy Efficiency and Conservation Issue Position: Stopping Corporate Abuse of Workers and Investors Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Agriculture & Rural Development Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Improving Access to Health Care Issue Position: Retirement Security Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Economy and Jobs Issue Position: Foreign Affairs & National Security Issue Position: Veterans Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Medicare & Social Security Issue Position: Seniors Issue Position: Making Education a Real Priority Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Media Ownership Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Veterans' Issues Issue Position: Making Prescription Drugs Affordable for Everyone Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Jobs And The Economy Issue Position: Keeping Social Security Secure Issue Position: Rebuilding a Strong Economy Issue Position: Reproductive Choice 10/02/13 Progressive Change Campaign Committee: Social Security Protectors 12/13/12 Letter to President Obama - Medicare Eligibility 9/26/12 Letter to Secretary Chu 9/25/12 Letter to Patrick R. Donahoe, Postmaster General - Reject a Plan by US Postal Service to Close a Facility in Syracuse 9/14/12 Letter to Majority Leader Reid and Speaker Boehner 9/11/12 Hinchey Statement on the 11th Anniversary of September 11th Attacks 9/07/12 Pelosi, Nadler, 143 House Members File New Amicus Brief on Federal Case Against DOMA 7/24/12 Hinchey Leads 44 House Members in Urging Interior Secretary Salazar to Defend Against State of Utah's Attacks on Wild Public Lands 7/18/12 Hinchey Statement on Sequestration Transparency Act 7/11/12 Hinchey Votes to Preserve Health Reform Protections, Opposes Republican Effort to Repeal Recently Upheld Law 7/10/12 Hinchey Slams American Petroleum Institute & America's Natural Gas Alliance for Attack on EPA's Hydraulic Fracturing Study 7/10/12 Pelosi, Nadler, 130 House Members File Amicus Brief on Federal Case Against DOMA 7/05/12 Hinchey Announces $1.1 Million in Federal Assistance for New York Businesses Struggling because of Unfair Trade Deals 7/02/12 Letter to the Honorable Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice 6/28/12 Hinchey Secures Key Panel's Approval of Extension for Hudson River Valley Heritage Area Funding