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Passage in Congress of a procedural vote to start a formal impeachment process into President Donald Trump's actions will only solidify the divide between Republican and Democratic legislators and many Valley voters, political observers said on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, on Thursday blasted House Democrats supporting the resolution outlining the next phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
The measure sketches out guidelines for public hearings in the inquiry and the president’s participation in the process.
Pennsylvania’s 18 members of the House of Representatives are evenly divided by party — 9 Democrats and 9 Republicans.
So it’s no surprise that the Keystone lawmakers split evenly Thursday on the vote establishing rules for the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. (A new Franklin & Marshall poll suggests the same is true among voters.)
Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation didn’t deliver any surprises when it came to the House vote on the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
House lawmakers debated a bill Tuesday that if passed could help students who struggle to afford college, though Republicans fretted over how to pay for the assistance.
Forty-seven people from 25 different countries gathered before Magistrate Judge William Arbuckle to be naturalized and granted their citizenship in the United States.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, and the Lycoming County Daughters of the American Revolution were also in attendance to congratulate the citizens on Friday.
One of the House Republicans who interrupted a closed-door hearing on Wednesday to protest the Democrats' handling of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump defended the move on Thursday.
A project aimed at eliminating contaminated drinking wells and constructing a new wastewater treatment plant will get a financial boost in terms of a grant and loan from the PA Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller made the funding announcement on Friday, Oct. 18.
WASHINGTON — On Tuesday, Congressman Glenn Thompson, Dean of the Pennsylvania Republicans, requested that the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence provide increased transparency and unrestricted access of Ambassador Kurt Volker’s testimony transcript to all members of Congress.
The entirety of the Pennsylvania Republican delegation joined Thompson in this request.
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PennVest) announced last Wednesday it had awarded a loan of $3,317,652 and a grant of $10,008,698 to complete the Lake Carey Sewer Project, by constructing a wastewater conveyance system and treatment plant, including a low pressure sewage collection system.