Obamacare Will Severely Impact Seniors

Rep. Bill Shuster Johnstown Tribune-Democrat As we approach summer, we get closer to 2014 and the dreaded launch of Obamacare. We still face major uncertainty in how this massive takeover of health care will actually work. Families and small businesses in the 9th District don’t know what to expect and fear the worst. Half of […]

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Pitts Told That Affordable Care Act Stymies Small Businesses

Lancaster Intelligencer Journal In the past, Jeffrey Zimmerman wouldn’t have thought twice about recruiting new employees to keep pace with business growth. But things have changed. Instead of increasing the size of his staff at Mar-Allen Concrete in Ephrata, he has spent hours wading through what he says is a confusing, incomplete and unclear bureaucratic […]

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Lancaster County Republican Party Holds Spring Banquet

Lancaster Intelligencer Journal The head of the Pennsylvania GOP on Thursday urged his fellow Republicans to be optimistic about the party’s future and called on them to remain true to their core beliefs. “We’ll keep reaching out to people as we move forward, and they will see that we have it right,” Rob Gleason told […]

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Kelly Effort Praised

Butler Eagle Kudos to Congressman Mike Kelly for taking the lead in the House of Representatives and keeping this country out of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty. Had it been implemented, this treaty would have led to us losing our 2nd Amendment rights. We would have been subject to governing by the U.N. regarding […]

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Barletta Warming Up In Bullpen

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader Barletta, according to his communications director Tim Murtaugh, has been throwing in the¬†bullpen for more than a week in preparation for the big game. Murtaugh should know a little something about baseball — his grandfather, Danny Murtaugh, managed the Pittsburgh¬†Pirates in the 1960s, including during the dramatic World Series victory over the […]

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Perry Hosts Session On Admission To Military Academies

York Dispatch Students from York, Adams, Cumberland and Dauphin counties who are interested in applying for admission to one of the U.S. service academies are encouraged to attend an informational session hosted by U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, 7-9 p.m. Thursday at Dallastown Area High School. Perry and members of his staff will outline the process […]

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Representative Lou Barletta Receives U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Award

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Hazleton, has been presented with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s prestigious “Spirit of Enterprise” award, which recognizes members of congress for their strong records of supporting pro-growth policies. Barletta was acknowledged for his votes in the 112th Congress, second session. Read more: http://timesleader.com/news/business/483979/Honors-and-Awards

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Congressman Fitzpatrick Visits Upper Bucks SPCA

Bucks County Courier Times Have you hugged your pet today? Well now is the time to do that, because it’s officially May, which also means it’s officially National Pet Month — a time to celebrate the benefits and joy that pets bring to our lives. Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, R-8, kicked off National Pet Month by […]

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Barletta Receives U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Award

Carlisle Sentinel U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-11, was presented with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Spirit of Enterprise” award, which recognizes members of Congress for strong records of supporting pro-growth policies. “This is a great honor for me, and it is a confirmation that my beliefs and actions are intended to continue to try to […]

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Rep. Marino Visits Animal Care Sanctuary

The Daily Review Officials request support of animal rights bills Animal Care Sanctuary in East Smithfield received a visit Wednesday from U.S. Rep. Tom Marino. Sanctuary officials and board members gave Marino a tour of the facility Wednesday and talked with him regarding several pending animal rights-related bills. Marino also praised the sanctuary’s dedication and […]

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