Once upon a time, when Rep. Richard Neal was a freshman and sophomore congressman, he cast some excellent votes for campaign finance reform.
In perhaps no area of federal policy has Rep. Richard Neal shown more allegiance to corporate special interests than on the issues of banking and financial regulation.
Unlike the Red River Valley of Minnesota and North Dakota, no sugar beets are grown in Massachusetts.
As a member of the Ways and Means Committee’s Trade Subcommittee, Rep. Neal has compiled an extremely corporatist record by supporting policies that have caused massive job losses
On February 23, 2018 U.S. Rep. Richard Neal trumpeted his appointment to a new, Joint Select Committee on Solvency and Multiemployer Pensions.
In 2016, the Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that there was $2.6 trillion in “earnings of foreign subsidiaries of U.S. corporations held offshore” – up from $2.3 trillion in 2012.
During his three decades in Congress, Rep. Richard Neal has compiled a dismal record on food and agriculture issues that are critical to both farmers and consumers in his district.