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We spoke with Republican Congressman Fred Keller following the public impeachment proceedings on Wednesday.
Area residents who closely follow politics had mixed reactions about the impeachment hearings for President Donald Trump, which got under way Wednesday.
Stanley Berard, professor of political science, Lock Haven University, called the hearings a necessary process given the President’s actions.
The United States House of Representatives held its first day of impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Here’s what some Pennsylvania Representatives had to say about the start of it and end of day one:
Rep. John Joyce (R)
Congressman Fred Keller, R-Pa., heard from representatives of Williams Energy last week during a stop in Wyoming County, also taking an opportunity afterwards to visit a natural gas compressor station.
LEWISBURG — American Legion Post 182 welcomed an audience of more than 100 people Monday night to observe Veterans Day and watch local Boy Scout Troop 538's Court of Honor Ceremony.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The debate over debt-free college caught a local Congressman in the crossfire with one of Congress’s most controversial members.
Rep. Fred Keller (R-Pa.) challenged Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on who exactly would be paying for the Democrats affordable college plan known as the College Affordability Act. But Keller doesn’t think it’s affordable at all.
BRADFORD COUNTY, PA.(WENY)-- WENY News took an inside look at the Eureka Resources plant Friday morning as officials guided group tours throughout it. The company recently announced that they are in the process of a multimillion dollar expansion which will not only help expand the company, but also bring new jobs and opportunities to the State of Pennsylvania.
LACEYVILLE — Energy was the reason local, state and governmental leaders gathered in the small town of Laceyville on Friday — but what also rose from the conversation between commissioners, farmers, congressmen and community members was a promise that rural America is not forgotten.
Three House members who represent Northeast Pennsylvania split along party lines in the chamber’s first vote on the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s conduct. U.S. Rep. Dan Meuser, R-9, Dallas, and Rep. Fred Keller, R-12, Snyder County, voted against opening the inquiry. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-8, Moosic, voted for it. Here are comments each made on their votes:
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eight members of the Pennsylvania Republican Congressional Delegation voted unsuccessfully to block Speaker Pelosi and Intelligence Committee Chairman Schiff’s last-minute vote to legitimize the baseless push to impeach President Trump,
Among those who voted against it were U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson and U.S. Rep. Fred Keller.