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Two Long Island congressmen announced bipartisan legislation to increase federal funding for Alzheimer's disease research.

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Republican Peter King and Democrat Tom Suozzi have a “Grand Compromise” that will build the border wall, resolve the legal limbo for Dreamers, settle the political dispute over people with Temporary Protective Status, and bring millions of immigrants out from the shadows. All this without costing taxpayers anything.

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Long Island Congressmen Peter King and Lee Zeldin want local law enforcement to be deputized to act as agents for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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Two U.S. congressmen from Long Island are working across party lines to push a bill to restore state and local deductions that were removed in last year’s tax bill.

Republican Representative Peter King and Democrat Tom Suozzi say last year’s tax bill placed an unfair burden on states like New York and Connecticut by removing the state and local tax, or SALT, deductions.

King said the SALT Fairness Act is a bipartisan step to fix the problem.

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The Democratic challengers in two of Long Island’s midterm congressional campaigns are facing steep fundraising obstacles. While the Democratic challengers have raised more money over the past three months, the Republican incumbents hold a big financial advantage.