Washington, D.C. — Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) today announced the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded a grant to Bucknell University.
A grant in the amount of $611,428 will be administered by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to support immunology research at the university.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) recently joined other members of the Pennsylvania Republican Congressional Delegation in sending a letter to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro asking for a report on guidance issued by the state Department of Health that called for admittance of COVID-19 positive individuals in long-term care facilities
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Keller (R-PA) announced he will serve as Republican Leader of the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections, one of five subcommittees within the Education and Labor Committee.
Washington, D.C. – Today Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) joined Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (R-PA) in reintroducing the Giving Increased Variety to Ensure Milk into the Lives of Kids Act, otherwise known as the GIVE MILK Act.
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) voted against congressional Democrats’ proposed shell budget for fiscal year 2021, which starts the budget reconciliation process in order to pass highly partisan legislation without Republican input or support.
Washington, D.C. — In case you missed it, today Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) appeared live on Fox and Friends First to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 relief talks underway in Congress.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) received his committee assignments for the 117th Congress, announcing his continued service on the House Education and Labor Committee, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and House Energy Action Team (HEAT).
Washington, D.C. – Today Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) joined members of the House Energy Action Team (HEAT) in releasing the following statements in opposition to President Biden's executive order banning new oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters:
Washington, D.C. – Today members of the House Energy Action Team—who represent districts with significant energy infrastructure—sent a letter calling on President Biden to reverse his shortsighted orders dismantling domestic energy production.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) announced today that leading advocacy groups and health care workers have endorsed the Nurses CARE Act, a bipartisan bill Keller introduced last week with Congresswoman Susan Wild (D-PA) to allow temporary nurse aides (TNAs) to retain their certification status
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A group of Republican representatives led by Rep. Lance Gooden (Texas) on Thursday signed a letter to the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, demanding answers regarding its apparent failure to stop "illicit financial act
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Rep. Fred Keller Thursday slammed President Joe Biden over his "Buy American" plan, telling Newsmax that his actions show he doesn't mean what he's saying.
Dubbed “Pennsylvania’s third senator” during his Senate tenure, President Joe Biden is giving the state where he was born special attention.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller (R-Pa.-12) held his 10th telephone town hall on Monday where he spoke about visiting his congressional district soon and issues that included federal spending, jobs, vaccinations and critical race theory.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller fielded several telephone calls during a live stream town hall meeting this week that focused on his legislative agendas but also included discussion on Social Security concerns, energy independence and use of federal tax dollars.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - On Wednesday, more lawmakers are reacting to Tuesday’s hearing examining the January 6th attacks at the U.S. Capitol.
The renewed call for people to start wearing masks again, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's mask mandate, is happening because she and President Joe Biden don't want to give up control, Rep. Fred Keller said on Newsmax Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — “This is how I’m going to die, defending this entrance,” Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell recalled thinking, testifying Tuesday at the emotional opening hearing of the congressional panel investigating the violent Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
A decision by the Justice Department to forgo an investigation into whether the state violated federal laws by ordering nursing homes to accept residents treated for COVID-19 in a hospital has drawn criticism and questions from area lawmakers.