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Rather than sending additional federal dollars to bail out state governments and add to our already astronomical federal debt, government at all levels must work together to target relief that has already been appropriated where it is needed most and ensure that federal funds are driven out to every community — both large and small, urban and rural.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) pulled a vote Thursday to reauthorize a top national security program after President Donald Trump said he would veto the bill.
Congressman Fred Keller is pushing back against Democrats claims that an additional stimulus package is needed.
He says right now, we need to focus on jobs.
This week, the House will be focused on the Paycheck Protection Program to support businesses, among other things.
The top watchdog at the Department of Health and Human Services testified virtually before the House Oversight Committee Tuesday after her report about the country’s coronavirus response came under fire from the White House last month.
Starting June 8, the Wyoming County Courthouse will reopen to the public by appointment only, with furloughed employees returning to work.
The Wyoming County Commissioners met virtually on Tuesday and shared the details, which came about as a result of Wyoming County entering the less restrictive yellow phase of Pennsylvania’s reopening plan last week.
Congressman Fred Keller spoke with constituents on May 21 through a tele-townhall with special guest Pennsylvania Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman.
The elected officials covered responses to the COVID-19 pandemic on the federal and state levels, as well as plans to reopen Pennsylvania’s economy.