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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WJAC) — Several local lawmakers were speaking out Friday after the United States’ airstrike in Iraq which killed General Qasem Soleimani of Iran.
Congressman Fred Keller discusses President Trump’s Iran policy on Fox and Friends First - January 2, 2020
A bill to rename the Laceyville Post Office in honor of Melinda “Mindy” Gene Piccotti has moved out of committee and is now going to the full U.S. House of Representatives for a vote.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller made the announcement of the bill’s advancement in a statement on Thursday, Dec. 19.
The bill was advanced out of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, said Keller.
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Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa.) made the following statement after voting against both articles of impeachment.
By voting last week to impeach President Donald Trump, House Democrats led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi abandoned the U.S. Constitution, thumbed their noses at due process and attempted to cancel the votes of the 63 million Americans who elected him president.
Less than 24 hours after the historic impeachment vote sharply split Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation, the very same lawmakers were virtually united in praise for the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Washington — Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA), in voting against both articles of impeachment Wednesday night, said the articles are not supported by facts, evidence or reason.
He released the following statement:
“I was proud to stand up for the Constitution and the rule of law by voting to oppose both articles of impeachment.
As the U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump, Pennsylvania's delegation stuck to party lines when casting their individual votes.
With the 18-member delegation split evenly between the two political parties, the state's nine Democrats voted in favor of the articles of impeachment and the nine Republicans voted against.