U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-PA, toured Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in New Milford on Monday and was astounded about the great opportunity that awaits area students. “When you look at the partnership between the natural gas companies here and what they’re doing to help develop the next training and workforce, it’s just really a great opportunity for an affordable education where people can earn family sustaining wages,” Keller said.
With Congress in the midst of its annual late-summer recess, U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, said he’s using the time to further learn the concerns and needs of the 12th House District. “It is a work month,” Keller said during a stop Tuesday at the Sun-Gazette. Keller, elected in May to the House seat vacated by Tom Marino, is visiting communities, businesses and organizations in the region.
"We're working together on the issues because there's a common thread between many of the issues in the meetings we've had this month," said Keller. "We don't have a chance of getting it right if our team isn't out in the community learning and discussing the issues with people across Pa 12."
WINFIELD — The new U.S. Representative of the 12th Congressional District said the northern section and river bridge of the $865 million Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway project "illustrate" to people around the nation how tax dollars should be spent.
As part of his Tunkhannock visit, newly elected U.S. Congressman Fred Keller, R-Middleburg, stopped at Brown Hill Farm in Lemon Township on Thursday to meet with members of the local agriculture community. State Sen. Lisa Baker, R-Lehman Township; Rep. Karen Boback, R-Harveys Lake; and Wyoming County Commissioner Tom Henry were also present to hear from constituents like Scott Brown, one of three generations presently running the farm.
The spiraling cost of prescription drugs and attempts by Congress to control those costs was the topic of a Wednesday afternoon fact-finding roundtable discussion at Evangelical Community Hospital run by visiting U.S. Congressman Fred Keller, along with Hospital CEO Kendra Aucker and several department chairmen.
Washington, D.C. — The United States Department of Agriculture announced on Wednesday that the agency has published a final rule that would reform the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for able-bodied adults without dependents.
Washington, D.C. — With President Donald Trump at the NATO Summit working on important foreign policy goals like ensuring NATO allies pay their fair share toward the mutual protection pact, Congress is retuning to session this week with Democrats continuing their endless impeachment farce and impeachment hearings expected to start in the House Judiciary Committee.
Washington, D.C. — The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on the Environment held its fourth hearing on PFAS chemicals Tuesday, calling as their star witness Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo.
Mr. Ruffalo is starring in the movie “Dark Waters” dealing with PFAS chemicals, which is set to premiere just two days following the hearing.