Washington, D.C. — In case you missed it, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) joined RFD-TV to discuss the reintroduction of the RURAL HELP Act, his legislation that aims to improve access to quality care for millions of Americans living in rural communities.
Washington, D.C. — In case you missed it, last week Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) joined members of the House Republican Conference in a press event outside of the Capitol, calling on President Joe Biden and his administration to address the surge of migrants gathering at the nation’s southern border.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced his administration will lift some restrictions imposed on restaurants and other small businesses.
Washington, D.C. – For the first time as the Republican Leader of the House Education and Labor Committee’s Workforce Protections Subcommittee, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) delivered the opening remarks during a hearing on safety in the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) today defended law-abiding gun owners nationwide when he voted against two House Democrat-sponsored gun control bills aimed at stripping Americans of their Second Amendment rights.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) today reintroduced the Reviewing Urban and Rural Adjustments to Level Hospital Expenses and Lopsided Payments Act, otherwise known as the RURAL HELP Act in the 117th Congress with original co-sponsors Mike Kelly (PA-16), Glenn “GT” Thompson (PA-15), Morgan Griffith (VA-09), Frank Lucas (OK-03), and Greg
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) released the following statement after voting in opposition to President Biden and House Democrats’ $2 trillion spending package:
Washington, D.C. — Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) today voted against the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, shortsighted legislation that would infringe on workers’ rights, hamstring job creators, and make it harder for employers to make decisions that positively impact their workforce.
Washington, D.C. — In case you missed it, Congressman Fred Keller joined the Central Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce on Monday to share an update on the legislation currently making its way through Congress—including the $1.9 trillion stimulus package, policing reform, and the PRO Act.
Washington, D.C. — In case you missed it, the Sunbury Daily Item reported this weekend that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated staffing shortages and inordinately high staff turnover rates within Pen
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A bipartisan group of lawmakers accused the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of “poisoning puppies to death” in an April letter obtained by the Daily Caller.
Local officials on Wednesday toured Lackawanna College’s new Tunkhannock Center, which boasts larger classrooms for more hands-on learning.
The center on West Tioga Street will be the new home of the college’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas starting in August, replacing the current PNG center in New Milford, where classes are coming to an end this week.
After many years of discussions and planning, officials gathered on the grounds of the Wyalusing Area School District Wednesday morning as part of a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate a natural gas expansion project that will bring natural gas service to the district this summer, and then to the surrounding township and Wyalusing Borough through two other phases of construction.
It’s a project that has been five years in the making and ground was officially broken Wednesday, May 5 on phase one of a project that is aimed at providing natural gas service to Wyalusing Borough and portions of the township, including the Wyalusing Area School District’s Max P. Gannon Campus.
Government policies and restrictions have prevented businesses from hiring more workers and returning to pre-pandemic operations, according to U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer.
COVID-19 mitigation orders except for mask wearing will be lifted in Pennsylvania starting Memorial Day, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration announced Tuesday.
The mask order will be removed when 70% of residents 18 and older are fully vaccinated.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania will take another step toward some normalcy later this month when the COVID-19 mitigation orders — except mask wearing — will be lifted.
HARRISBURG, PA. (WENY) -- Effective May 31, Pennsylvania will lift all COVID-19 mitigation restrictions on gatherings, restaurants and other businesses.
Lawmakers generally cheered Gov. Tom Wolf’s announcement on Tuesday that virtually all of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 mitigation rules will end on Memorial Day, but some said it’s long overdue.
Rep. Fred Keller, R-Middleburg, last week joined U.S. House Republican Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., for a webinar hosted by Cabot Oil & Gas to discuss current and proposed energy policies and weigh in on America’s domestic energy sector.