Congressman Pete King

Representing the 2nd District of New York
  • Rep. Pete King Discusses President Obama Executive Order on Immigration Reform

    Rep. Pete King reacts to President Obama's announcement that he'll bypass Congress on immigration reform.
  • Congressman King Helps Massapequa Boy Scout Troop Attain Citizenship Badge

    Rep. Pete King recently met with Massapequa Boy Scout Troop 776 in an effort to assist them in earning their citizenship badge.
  • Rep. Pete King Visits Deer Park High School

    Congressman Pete King recently visited Deer Park High School to discuss government issues with the senior class.
  • Congressman Pete King Honors Fallen Soldier

    Congressman Pete King recently honored Sgt. Michael Esposito during a bridge dedication ceremony at the Long Island Expressway and Washington Avenue in Brentwood. The Brentwood High School graduate heroically died in Afghanistan in 2004 earning him the Bronze Star with V-device for valor.
  • Rep. Pete King Facilitates Transfer of Federal Surplus Equipment To Assist LI Sandy Recovery

    Over the course of the last two years, Rep. Pete King has helped facilitate the transfer of federal surplus equipment to the Town of Hempstead in an effort to assist cleanup & restoration operations in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

King In The News

Nov 21, 2014 In The News
The Republicans who will represent Long Island in Congress next year sharply criticized President Barack Obama as overstepping his authority Thursday by issuing a sweeping executive order on immigration.
Nov 19, 2014 In The News
Support for Obamacare continues to slide.
Nov 19, 2014 In The News
Over the past six months, the world has watched in shock as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant swept across Syria and Iraq, seizing territory, money and materiel and committing atrocious acts against innocent civilians. In response, President Barack Obama has ordered airstrikes and signaled that he would request from Congress an Authorization for the Use of Military Force to combat the terrorist threat posed by ISIL.
Oct 20, 2014 In The News
The Obama administration must immediately institute a ban on individuals from West African Ebola-stricken countries from traveling to the United States. The death of Thomas Duncan and subsequent infection of two nurses within the U.S. raises serious issues about the effectiveness of the global and domestic procedures currently in place to identify and contain the virus.
Oct 17, 2014 In The News
Federal officials should change screening procedures at Kennedy Airport to ensure that travelers from West African nations who might be carrying the Ebola virus are kept separate from passengers from other countries, Rep. Peter King said Thursday.

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