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June 21, 2024

RELEASE: AUCHINCLOSS APPOINTED CO-CHAIR OF NEW BIPARTISAN FENTANYL POLICY WORKING GROUP

— Today, Chairman John Moolenaar (MI-02) and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (IL-08) announced Rep. Jake Auchincloss (MA-04) as the Co-Chairman of the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party’s new Fentanyl Policy Working Group. Auchincloss will lead the Fentanyl Policy Working Group alongside Rep. Dan Newhouse (WA-04). The Policy Working Group (PWG) will be focused on combating the Chinese Communist Party's role in the fentanyl …  Continue Reading

June 04, 2024

STATEMENT: Auchincloss votes no on H.R. 8282 - Illegitimate Court Counteraction Act of 2023

I condemn the ICC’s seeking of arrest warrants for Israeli leadership. Today I voted against H.R. 8282, the Illegitimate Court Counteraction Act, an overly broad and inappropriate response to the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor’s request for warrants for Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Gallant. As I have previously said, the ICC’s implication of moral equivalence between Israel and Hamas bankrupts the credibility of any other finding in its investigation. Israel is an…  Continue Reading

April 11, 2024

RELEASE: REP. AUCHINCLOSS ANNOUNCES GUEST FOR JOINT MEETING OF CONGRESS WITH PRIME MINISTER OF JAPAN, KISHIDA FUMIO

Congressman Jake Auchincloss (D, MA-04) is announcing Newton’s Sachiko Isihara as his guest for the Joint Meeting of Congress with Prime Minister Kishida Fumio. Sachiko serves as the Executive Director of the Suzuki School of Newton, a community arts non-profit organization with two main components: a Suzuki music program, and a full-day integrated arts preschool modeled on the Suzuki philosophy of education. Sachiko leads a team of twenty Suzuki teachers at the Suzuki School of Newton, was res…  Continue Reading

In The News


June 10, 2024

Massachusetts warns patients over ‘unconscionable’ crisis pregnancy centers

The Bay State has launched a new public awareness ad campaign aimed at warning pregnant patients to avoid so-called crisis pregnancy centers, which officials say use deception and fear to steer people away from an abortion. Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Robbie Goldstein said the state hopes to inform residents about the dangers of “Anti-Abortion Centers,” which he said often disguise themselves as medical facilities even if they aren’t licensed to provide medical care and may use…  Continue Reading

June 06, 2024

The Commonwealth of Possible

The 2024 State of Possible Conference was charged with anticipation from beginning to end - excitement to hear from industry leaders and key decisionmakers, and a palpable eagerness to get back out there and continue leading the world in the discovery of life-saving therapies. The policy conversations led by Governor Maura Healey and Congressman Jake Auchincloss of Massachusetts’ 4th Congressional district touted the focus and intentional investment Massachusetts used to pursue the life sciences…  Continue Reading

May 19, 2024

House Democrat says cutting federal funds for Harvard ‘needs to be on the table’

Rep. Jake Auchincloss (D-Mass.) on Sunday said cutting federal funds for Harvard University and other schools should be an option “on the table” over their handling of campus antisemitism. Auchincloss, who is an alum of Harvard, visited the Ivy League school earlier this month amid the ongoing pro-Palestinian protests and argued the school’s handling of antisemitism might violate federal law.  When asked on “Fox News Sunday” if he believes Harvard should lose federal funding, Auchincloss said,…  Continue Reading