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While the House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, Centre County’s representatives stood in opposition to the decision — calling it an unfair “political stunt” aimed at undermining the electoral process.
WGAL covers Congressman Keller's thoughts on impeachment - December 19, 2019
CBS 21 covers Congressman Keller's thoughts on impeachment - December 19, 2019
WJAC covers Congressman Keller's reaction to Wednesday's impeachment vote - December 19, 2019
Pennsylvania lawmakers offered plenty of spoilers ahead of the impeachment vote in the House of Representatives.
As the House moved forward with a historic debate Wednesday ahead of the likely impeachment of President Donald Trump, many members remained fundamentally divided along party lines on the basic facts of the inquiry and what they mean.
Congressional passage of the National Defense Authorization Act has received support from local lawmakers.
Senate approval of the $738 million spending bill Tuesday comes a week after the House passed the measure 377-48.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded over $2.4 million in grants to Susquehanna County to assist with repairing roads and bridges that were damaged in last year’s flash flooding.
The grant award was made official in an announcement from U.S. Rep. Fred Keller on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Two bills co-sponsored by U.S. Rep. Fred Keller that are aimed at helping with the expansion of broadband Internet into rural areas passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Monday, Dec. 16.
The bills are HR 4229, which is known as the Broadband DATA Act, and HR 4227, which is known as the MAPS Act.