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SALT caucus
April 22, 2021
Bipartisan coalition forms to demand restoration on tax deductions.

April 19, 2021
The amusement park industry suffered in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Garbarino was joined for a bipartisan letter to the SBA.

April 16, 2021
Members of Congress launched a "bipartisan SALT coalition" aimed at educating the public about the need to restore the full State and Local Tax deduction, which would cut taxes for many property owners on Long Island and in high-tax areas nationwide.

Representative Andrew Garbarino New York's 2nd Congressional District
April 15, 2021
First-term Long Island Rep. Andrew Garbarino believes his party’s 'big tent' accommodates new voices even as the former president maintains influence

U.S. Capitol Building at Twighlight
April 14, 2021
Two Republicans on the House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday raised concerns about security and privacy threats posed by emerging Chinese tech companies, specifically zeroing in on electronics group Xiaomi.

Military soldier saluting an American flag
April 8, 2021
On Thursday afternoon, Congressman Andrew Garbarino, entrepreneur Brock Pierce and a group of local veterans made a public plea to raise money for repairs.

EO long island
April 1, 2021
The Entrepreneurs Organization Long Island Chapter (EO-LI) hosted Congressman Andrew Garbarino (R-NY2) as part of its “Conversations with Elected Leaders” series. These events bring together elected leaders with many of Long Island’s leading entrepreneurs for open and frank conversations.

John's Crazy Socks
March 30, 2021
Earlier Tuesday, Cronin, who has Down syndrome, met with Reps. Andrew Garbarino and Tom Suozzi – saying that his aim is to bring all Americans together.

Office meeting behind glass doors
March 15, 2021
Representative Andrew Garbarino, a Republican from New York, discusses President Biden's infrastructure bill, the possibility of raising taxes and Governor Cuomo. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg: Balance of Power."

Federal Office building with columns
March 10, 2021
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are demanding the federal government beef up cybersecurity, pointing to a series of attacks from hostile nations and the Department of Homeland Security’s current inability to detect and deter complex cyberattacks.