WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (PA-12) today released the following statement after voting for H.R. 3401, the Emergency Supplemental for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border, as amended by the Senate:
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He’s the CEO of the small business, located out of a former manufacturing site in the borough, where bicycles are assembled and shipped around the U.S.
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Republicans on the Select Subcommittee for Coronavirus Crisis received a briefing on Monday regarding the ongoing investigation of Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Rachel Levine's guidance regarding nursing home admissions early in the COVID-19 crisis.
Today, members of the Pennsylvania Republican Congressional Delegation made the following statement following a briefing conducted for their offices by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office:
The U.S. unemployment rate is at its lowest level in months and the economy added a record number of jobs in June.
“The Great American Comeback continues!” Rep. Fred Keller, R-Pa., tweeted after the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ employment update on Thursday morning.
President Trump cited the news as evidence that the “economy is roaring back.”
Following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, protests erupted across the country, and then across the world - from France to Japan and even Syria.
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“We are here today cause for far too long, the federal government had turned a blind eye to the impact of toxic pollution on the entire communities we are discussing today,” Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin said.