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A bill that will provide billions of dollars in support to those on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak passed the U.S. House of Representatives late Wednesday afternoon.
HARRISBURG – On the day the U.S. House voted to provide $7.7 billion in supplemental funding to fight the coronavirus outbreak in this country, Pennsylvania's elected officials in Washington gave mixed reviews along party lines Wednesday over how the Trump administration has handled the outbreak.
WASHINGTON D.C. — Rep. Fred Keller spoke to the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Wednesday about a proposal in the works to cut 42 minor league baseball teams.
The State College Spikes and Williamsport Cross-Cutters are two of the teams on the list.
Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) is backing legislation requiring the Government Accounting Office to evaluate the costs of Major League Baseball’s plan to eliminate 42 Minor League Baseball teams.
Major League Baseball's plan to eliminate the teams includes two in Keller's 12th District: The State College Spikes and Williamsport Crosscutters.
Congressman Keller supports bill to study economic impact of eliminating MiLB - March 4, 2020
Congressman Keller recognizes Bucknell University on the House Floor - March 4, 2020
U.S. Senator Pat Toomey and Congressman Fred Keller will work together with the Clinton County Veterans Affairs Office to honor Korean War veterans with the Korean Ambassador for Peace Medal.
Senator Toomey is working closely with the Korean Consul General to find and honor veterans of the Korean War who are residing in Clinton County.
Congressman Keller speaks on House Floor opposing national fracking ban.
Bradford County Korean War veterans living and deceased will be honored for their service through the offices of U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and U.S. Rep. Fred Keller (R-12).
FRANKLIN, SUSQUEHANNA CO. (WOLF) — Susquehanna county is finally getting a makeover - with a 1.3 million dollar grant issued by the federal government.
That money will help repair roads affected by storm damage in 2018.
It was nearly impossible to ignore the terrible road conditions driving through Route 29 to Franklin Township this evening.