On Monday, August 4, 2014, The Wall Street Journal published a guest op-ed written by Rep. Kelly on the economic danger of the EPA's coal regulations proposed under President Obama.
Excerpts from "Pushing Back Against Obama's War on Coal" by Rep. Kelly:
"It was good to see coal finally get a public hearing [last week]. The bad news is that President Obama and the EPA have already issued their guilty verdict and handed down the sentence."
"Coal generates 40% of America's electricity-more than any other energy source. Its stable price and abundance insulates the U.S. economy from spikes in energy demand. Yet the EPA is proposing to destroy coal's benefits by imposing onerous emissions standards on all existing power plants, under the threat of crippling fines, which is certain to lead to plant closures."
"The EPA's war on coal has troubling economic implications for every American and U.S. business. As the new regulations take effect, Americans could see their electric bills increase annually by more than 10%-$150 for the average consumer-by the end of the decade, according to the American Action Forum."
"By keeping energy rates reliably low, coal helps give U.S. manufacturing its global edge against foreign competitors. On June 2 the National Association of Manufacturers warned that the EPA rule 'could single-handedly eliminate this competitive advantage by removing reliable and abundant sources of energy from our nation's energy mix.'"
"Coal also provides, directly and indirectly, hundreds of thousands of jobs across the country. In my state of Pennsylvania, more than 40,000 jobs are tied to coal production, including thousands of manufacturing jobs in factories powered by coal. Federal regulations have already forced two plants in my district to close over the past two years. The National Mining Association estimates that more than 300 plants will retire nationwide due to EPA rules over the next six years. When mines and plants shut down, manufacturing costs rise and employment plummets."
"What is the point of all this pain? China and India, not the United States, are the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide from coal. China alone has increased coal production by more than 24% since 2005, according to the Energy Information Administration, while the U.S. power sector's carbon emissions have declined by 15%. According to the National Mining Association, a coal plant built today emits 90% fewer emissions than a plant built in the 1970s. That's not clean enough for the EPA."
"The New Republic puts it this way: 'The goal of these regulations is not to stop global warming, but to prove to the international community that the U.S. is ready to pay additional costs to combat climate change.' In other words, the Obama administration expects the American people to sacrifice for the sake of mere symbolism."
"I recently introduced the Coal Country Protection Act (H.R. 4808) in the House of Representatives, a companion to Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's legislation in the Senate. This bipartisan bill-co-sponsored by West Virginia Democrat Nick Rahall, among others-would halt new EPA regulation on power plants until there is a guarantee that there will be no loss of American jobs, no drop in gross domestic product, no higher electricity rates and no interruption in energy delivery."
"In January 2008 as a presidential candidate, Mr. Obama promised that 'electricity rates would necessarily sky-rocket' under his policies and boasted that 'if somebody wants to build a coal plant, they can-it's just that [it] will bankrupt them.' He has shown as president that he intends to make good on that promise by eradicating coal from American life."
"He used his first-year political capital to try to pass a cap-and-trade plan, but that legislation failed even in the Democratic Senate. Now he is leading the charge again through regulatory fiat. The Clean Power Plan must be stopped-not just for coal country, but the whole country."
Faith-based providers and individuals helping children should not be prevented from providing welfare services because of their religious faith, according to U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., and Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa. The lawmakers say some people in positions of power are essentially discriminating against people of faith and seeking to force providers out of these services because of the providers’ beliefs.
Enzi and Kelly introduced legislation on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, to ensure faith-based institutions and individuals can continue to provide services for those who need them.
For decades, adoption and foster care providers – secular, government-operated and faith-based – have worked side-by-side to serve infants, expectant mothers, adoptive and foster families, children, teens and families under economic and emotional pressure. The Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act of 2014 would prevent providers of child welfare services from being excluded from offering these services based on their religious beliefs.
“Faith-based charities and organizations do an amazing job of administering adoption, foster care and a host of other services. Limiting their work because someone might disagree with what they believe only ends up hurting the families they could be bringing together,” said Enzi. “I’ve worked for years to support bills and ideas that help children find safe, loving and permanent homes. This legislation will help make sure faith-based providers and individuals can continue to work alongside other agencies and organizations, and that adoptive and foster parents have access to providers of their choice.”
“This bill is about fairness and inclusion. It is about ensuring that everyone who wants to help provide foster or adoptive care to children is able to have a seat at the table,” said Kelly. “Faith-based organizations have historically played a downright heroic role in caring for our nation’s most vulnerable and needy kids. In so many ways their work is unparalleled. There is no good reason why any of these care providers should be disqualified from working with their government to serve America’s families simply because of their deeply-rooted religious beliefs.”
Adoption and foster care is intensely personal and emotional for all those concerned. All participants, infants, children, teens and families involved have benefited from having a range of service options to best suit their emotional, spiritual and financial needs and circumstances, according to Enzi and Kelly.
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Rep. Kelly at today’s Capitol Hill press conference with Sen. Mitch McConnell (right) and Jimmy Rose (left), former coal miner, America’s Got Talent star, and U.S. Marine Corps veteran
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) officially invited President Barack Obama to accompany him on a tour of a coal mine in Western Pennsylvania yesterday and publicly spoke about the invitation today at a press conference co-hosted by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). The visit is intended to give the president an opportunity to meet the workers whose jobs are most directly threatened by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new Clean Power Plan proposal. In response to the plan’s announcement last month, Rep. Kelly and Sen. McConnell introduced the Coal Country Protection Act in the House and Senate respectively. Rep. Kelly’s invitation to the president can be viewed here.
Highlights from Rep. Kelly’s press conference remarks:
“I am getting sick and tired of a president that acts like Superman and when he sees coal, he thinks its kryptonite. Mr. President: This isn’t going to kill you. It’s going to make you stronger. It will make America stronger.”
“I want him to get off the back nine and come into the mines. I want him to get his golf cap off and get his hard hat on. I want him to walk the streets. I want him to look into the faces of moms and dads that rely everyday on this precious product and tell them that they’ve got to quit clinging to their Bible and their guns.”
“It is a different day. This is coal’s day in court. This is our chance to stand up and say what we believe in — what we know is right and what we know is true. And we know what is truly American about this: The workhorse of this nation’s economy has always been coal.”
Rep. Kelly first announced his invitation to the president on Monday during an address at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Highlights from Rep. Kelly’s Heritage address:
“Why am I here today and what was it that drove me from a black top in Pennsylvania to Washington, D.C.? Until it happens to you, you have no idea — the overreach that these folks have, how deep they can get into what you do and who you are. They can change your complete plan of life. They can change everything that you’ve worked for all your life, with an envelope and a letter.”
“I want to make a public invitation to the President of the United States. I want him to come to Western Pennsylvania. He can talk the talk but I want him to walk the walk. I want him to go through coal towns with me. I want him to face not only those miners, but their wives and kids. And I want him to tell them, ‘What your daddy has been doing, and what your grandpa has been doing, and what your great grandpa has been doing, is horrible.’ … I want him to go 700 feet underground with me. ... I want him to look those people in the eyes. I want to see if he’s as comfortable down there as he is in Hollywood. … I want him to tell them that your communities need to die in order for me to succeed.”
“Coal forever has been the workhorse that has powered American energy. … This country could have never been the great country it is without coal. …We have an advantage now that is just incredible. It’s just incredible. Why would we turn our back on that which made us great, and diminish it in some way to make it sound like its bad?”
NOTE: Rep. Kelly will be providing an in-person testimony at the EPA’s public hearing at the William S. Moorhead Federal Building in Pittsburgh, PA this Friday.
WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (PA-03) will be hosting three interactive tele-town hall events this summer, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, July, 29, 2014, which will be open to all residents of the Third Congressional District of Pennsylvania.
TUESDAY, JULY 29 (TOMORROW):
Tele-Town Hall on Issues of Local and National ConcernTime: 7:30 PM – 8:30 PMCall-in Number: 1-877-228-2184; Access ID: 19013
THURSDAY, JULY 31:
Tele-Town Hall on Health Care Issues Special Guest: Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. (R-TN)Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AMCall-in Number: 1-877-228-2184; Access ID: 19013
TUESDAY, AUGUST 5:
Tele-Town Hall on Social SecuritySpecial Guest: John Johnston – Public Affairs Specialist, Social Security Administration Time: 7:10 PM – 8:10 PMCall-in Number: 1-877-228-2184; Access ID: 19013
WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) will deliver a public address at the Heritage Foundation, the world’s largest conservative public policy institute, on Monday, July 28, 2014, to discuss the dangers of the Obama administration’s regulatory war on American energy and what must be done to stop it. Rep. Kelly is the lead sponsor of H.R. 4808, the Coal Country Protection Act, which he introduced in the House of Representatives on June 5, 2014. The Senate version of the bill was introduced by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
WHAT: A public speech by Rep. Kelly; Q&A session to follow
WHO: Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA)
Address to be followed by a policy discussion by: William Yeatman – Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute David Kreutzer, Ph.D. – Research Fellow in Energy Economics and Climate Change
DATE: Monday, July 28, 2014
TIME: 11:00 AM ET
LOCATION: The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium, 214 Massachusetts Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20002
*** SPEECH MAY BE VIEWED HERE ***
ADDITIONAL EVENTS THIS WEEK:
WEDNESDAY 7/30: Rep. Kelly to join Sen. Mitch McConnell for press conference on economic ramifications of EPA’s proposed power plant rule
TIME: 12:00 PM ET
LOCATION: House Triangle, U.S. Capitol East Front
FRIDAY 8/1: Rep. Kelly to testify at EPA’s public hearing in Pittsburgh
TIME: 9:50 AM ET
LOCATION: William S. Moorhead Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (PA-03) delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives yesterday in tribute to the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation of Erie, Pennsylvania, and its founder, John Kanzius.
Excerpts of Rep. Kelly’s floor speech:
“I rise today to pay tribute to a truly extraordinary and exceptional American, a man by the name of John Kanzius, and to recognize a major milestone in John’s dream to find ‘a better way’ to treat cancer — that’s with the completion of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s mission.”
“In Erie, Pennsylvania, a guy named John Kanzius recognized that there had to be a better way to treat cancer. John is truly an inspiration, not just to me and to his family, but to the entire country, and especially to the cancer community.”
“In 2002, John was diagnosed with terminal leukemia and had undergone countless treatments of toxic chemotherapy. “
“And this was the worst kind of luck that put him on a new path, and a miraculous path, because it gave John the idea that maybe you could use radio waves to kill cancer cells. Now, while John didn’t have a medical background, he did understand radio waves, and when he was diagnosed with terminal leukemia in 2002, his knowledge of the deficiency in modern cancer treatment became first-hand.”
“But, you know what? It wasn’t John’s sickness that motivated him. It was the sad and helpless eyes of all those children he would see in the cancer ward when he went in for his chemo. And he would see these kids sitting there, their heads bandaged up, their frail bodies, knowing that they couldn’t go outside and play the way other children did. And he looked at that and said, ‘There’s got to be a better way to treat this horrible disease.’ And that’s what motivated him.”
“Now, I want you to think about something, because … anybody who’s been through this – my own sister died of pancreatic cancer – as you go through that as a person, whether it happens to you or somebody in your family, you start to feel what they’re going through. Now, John couldn’t sleep at night. And rather than wake Marianne up, you know what he decided to do? One morning at 2 A.M. he got up and he went downstairs. He grabbed some copper wire, some boxes, some antennas, and Marianne’s pie pans, and he starts to build a machine. This is just an average, everyday guy who just got it. He understood that technology.”
“He was weak and weary from his own cancer, but John continued to work. By the spring of 2004, John was feeling a little better and he started to get the word out about his discovery and he started to raise money for more expansive research.”
“Confronted with his own battle and the suffering of so many young people, John Kanzius’ can-do attitude kicked in, and he set out to demonstrate that radio waves indeed could kill cancer cells without harming any other tissue — no collateral damage! This endeavor became the mission of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation in Erie, Pennsylvania.”
“Last month, on June 30th, the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation announced that the organization would be closing its doors after raising more than $15 million in donations — a day that John Kanzius had only dreamed about. And why? Because the Kanzius research team are now entering into the next phase by submitting an application to the FDA to initiate human trials to test the possibilities of John’s vision of curing and treating cancer.”
“The Kanzius Foundation has funded all of the research necessary for the team to demonstrate how the technology works and begin the first phases of these trials, which will target pancreatic and liver cancers — two of the particularly deadly forms of cancer. If successful, the treatment will be a game-changer for so many of these people with these two types of cancer.”
“While John is not around see the culmination of his life’s work – because he passed away in 2009 at the age of 64 – I don’t only trust, I know that John is seeing what’s going on today. And I’m so happy to be here, and be able to talk about the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation. And some of the [Foundation’s] people are in the Gallery, actually: my good friend Mark Neidig, who up there, is the Executive Director; Board President Maryann Yochim; and D.C. Board member Debra Thornton.”
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) – a member of the House Ways and Means Committee – delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives today in support of H.R. 4719, the America Gives More Act, which was passed by a bipartisan vote of 277-130. The legislation includes a package of five bipartisan charity-related bills reported out by the Ways and Means Committee, including the text of H.R. 3134, the Charitable Giving Extension Act, which Rep. Kelly introduced on September 19, 2013. The bill extends the yearly deadline for making deductible charitable contributions from December 31 to April 15 of the following year.
Highlights of Rep. Kelly’s floor remarks:
“According to the World Giving Index, America is the most big-hearted nation in the world. In the world! All this is, is an affirmation of who we are as Americans. Believe me, my friends, this charitable virtue we have is not a Republican issue, or a Democrat issue. This is who we basically are as Americans.”
“I want you to think about any time there is any time of a crisis or tragedy in the world. Who is the first responder? America — always America. It is just who we are. It is the very fabric of this nation and what has been given to us. We have been so blessed by God.”
“Now, this is not chest-thumping ‘I’m proud of America.’ This is a humble pride. It says, ‘I thank our Lord and God for putting us in a position where we can actually share that which we have.’ Too much has been given, much is required. I understand that, but please don’t turn this into a political argument when it comes to good policy. You know in the depths of your heart where the American people are. You know what they’ve done for year after year, in good times and in bad times … when we talk about policy that’s good not just for every single American, but for every person they help.”
“I came here for one reason, and that was to serve the people from Pennsylvania’s Third District that sent me – both Republicans and Democrats, some that vote and some that don’t vote – and to serve the needs of the American people. Have we gone so far from those goals that we decide to make everything political?”
“I would hate to be in the position where I tell every American, ‘You know what? We know how to spend the money better than you. We’ll make the decisions of how it gets doled out. In your heart of hearts, when you want to give to a charitable organization, forget it—we’ll make that decision. Send the money to Washington, because we’ve done such a wonderful job with it.”
“No, my friends. That’s not America, that’s not who we are, that’s not who we’ll ever be. That’s not the fabric of this great nation. So I ask you to look past your political ambitions, and beating each other up, and look at what’s good policy for every single American.”
Statement by Lisa Scales, Chief Executive Officer of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank: “This bill provides valuable incentives for businesses, retailers, restaurants and farmers to make donations of wholesome food to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Passage of this bill is needed to maximize food donation opportunities at a time of great need throughout Western Pennsylvania.”
NOTE: The America Gives More Act (H.R. 4719) is supported by more than 800 charitable organizations throughout the United States. A full state-by-state list of these organizations can be viewed here.
A joint statement from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Feeding America, Independent Sector, Land Trust Alliance, and YMCA of the USA in support H.R. 4719 can be viewed here.
According to Independent Sector, Pennsylvania is home to more than 68,500 non-profit organizations which employ 727,200 people (almost 13.3% of the state’s workforce); generate $96.8 billion in annual revenues; and hold assets of $208 billion. Pennsylvania foundations give $1.3 billion annually.
Today Rep. Kelly joined his colleagues in the House of Representatives in taking major action to crack down on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for its unjust overreach and abuse of powers against the American people.
By a bipartisan vote of 228-195, the House passed the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2015 (H.R. 5016). The bill provides annual funding for the Treasury Department, the Judiciary, the Small Business Administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and several other agencies. It includes the following policy provisions:
1) Seriously Reduces IRS funding – H.R. 5016 cuts IRS funding nearly $1.5 billion below last year's level and nearly $3 billion below its request. In total, the bill brings IRS funding below 2003 funding levels.
2) Prevents the IRS from Implementing new 501(c)(4) Regulations – H.R. 5016 prevents the Treasury from using any funds to revise, or finalize any regulation related to 501(c)(4) organizations.
3) Prevents the IRS from Implementing Obamacare – H.R. 5016 prevents the IRS from using any funds to enforce Obamacare’s individual mandate. Moreover, it prevents the IRS from transferring funds from HHS to the IRS for Obamacare uses.
4) Prohibits IRS Targeting – H.R. 5016 prohibits any funds from being used to subject organizations to additional scrutiny based upon ideological beliefs.
5) Protects the First Amendment – H.R. 5016 prohibits the IRS from using any funds to target individuals for exercising their First Amendment rights.
6) Prohibits funding for IRS bonuses – H.R. 5016 prohibits the IRS from awarding any bonuses to its employees unless tax compliance and conduct are given consideration.
7) Prevents Destruction of Records – H.R. 5016 prevents any funding from being used to destroy, deface, or dispose or records, regardless of their form or characteristics, in contravention with the Federal Records Act.
8) Stops Unnecessary Waste – H.R. 5016 prohibits any funding from being used by the IRS to create inappropriate videos and hold frivolous conferences.
9) Protects and Serves Taxpayers – H.R. 5016 requires the IRS to institute and enforce policies that safeguard the confidentiality of taxpayer information and protect taxpayers from identity theft.
10) Improves IRS Accountability – Finally, the bill requires the IRS to establish an employee training program that covers issues such as taxpayers’ rights, ethics, and applying tax law impartially.
It is now up to the Senate to pass and President Obama to sign this crucial legislation. The American people have waited long enough for a permanent end to all IRS threats to their liberty. This bill is a major step toward that must-reach goal.
Read more about the bill here.
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WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) – a member of the House Ways and Means Committee – issued the following statement today regarding H.R. 5021, the Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014, sponsored by Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI). The bill was passed by the House of Representatives today by a bipartisan vote of 367-55.
“I am glad that the House has taken bipartisan action to secure the Highway Trust Fund and carry on the construction of our nation’s roads and bridges in time for summer travel for countless American families. Our efforts must now focus on a long-term solution to strengthening our nation’s infrastructure while preserving all of the jobs that go with it. I am committed to a deliberative and open debate about the work ahead for our nation’s highways, while protecting the American people from any tax hikes.”
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) hosted a policy briefing on Capitol Hill today on the future of the Internet’s governance in light of the Obama administration’s abrupt announcement that it does not intend to renew the contract of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), thereby turning over stewardship of the Internet’s crucial functions to the “global multistakeholder community.” The hearing was attended by dozens of Congressional staffers and featured expert analysis by three field experts: Paul Rosenzweig, Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation; Eli Dourado, Research Fellow at the Technology Policy Program at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University; and Philip S. Corwin, Founding Principal of Virtualaw LLC. Rep. Kelly is the sponsor of legislation – the Internet Stewardship Act of 2014 – which prohibits any transfer of the Internet’s critical functions without congressional approval.
Statement by Rep. Kelly:
“America has strong interests in ensuring that freedom of speech and commerce remains maximally protected on the Internet, for the benefit of American citizens as well as for people worldwide. That’s why the Obama administration’s decision to end the U.S. stewardship role and to urge the ‘global multistakeholder community’ to develop a transition proposal warrants serious scrutiny.
“Thus far the National Telecommunications and Information Administration has failed to explain how this transition proposal will be structured or how the U.S. will prevent this new plan for Internet governance from being controlled by a foreign government or group of governments, including authoritarian regimes, or by the United Nations’ International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
“But it’s not just the authoritarian regimes. Even France recently joined with the authoritarians in calling for such a one-country, one-vote model, after its failed proposal at the ICANN conference in London to limit allocations of domain name suffixes, in a naked attempt to protect the French domestic wine industry from free and fair global competition.
“Furthermore, America is not alone in raising concerns with ICANN and the continued freedom of the Internet. ICANN’s Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) recently issued a unanimous statement, on behalf of Internet stakeholders, criticizing ICANN for its lack of transparency and accountability. The GNSO called for the creation of an independent accountability mechanism so that ICANN is not merely accountable to itself.
“Under America’s care, the web has been able to safely expand to unthinkable horizons, enabling new ideas to spread and new markets to grow all over the world. Keeping the Internet free and safe from hostile powers around the globe who by their very nature despise freedom is not just a moral responsibility, but a thoroughly American duty.
“These are difficult challenges. But it is imperative that we as the people’s Congress continue our work to safeguard the freedom of the Internet.”
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Mike Kelly was born in Pittsburgh and raised in Butler, PA, where he has lived for the past 53 years. After graduating from Butler High School in 1966, Mike attended the University of Notre Dame on a football and academic scholarship. After college, Mike moved back to Butler to work at Kelly Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc., a company founded by his father in the early 1950s. Mike took ownership of the dealership in the mid-1990s, expanding its operations to include Hyundai and KIA franchises.
Mike currently employs over 100 people from the region, and is a leader in the local and national automotive industry. Mike has served as Chairman of the Hyundai Eastern Region Dealer Council, Vice Chairman of the Hyundai National Dealer Council, and has served on the boards of the Chevrolet Dealers Advertising Association of Pittsburgh and the Cadillac Consultants of Western Pennsylvania. In addition, Mike was Secretary and Treasurer of the Hyundai initiative “Hope on Wheels,” which has donated over $58 million to childhood cancer research institutions nationwide.
Mike was a Butler City councilman, and has sat on the boards of several local and civic organizations, including the Housing Authority of Butler County, the Redevelopment Authority of Butler County, and the Moraine Trails Council of Boys Scouts of America. In recognition of Mike’s extensive volunteer and charitable work, Catholic Charities gave Mike the Mary DeMucci Award and the Mayor of Butler designated October 26, 2001 as “Mike Kelly Day” for his commitment to his hometown.
Dedicated to improving education, Mike founded the Butler Quarterback Club and The Golden Tornado Scholastic Foundation, which provides unique and innovative educational programs for students in the Butler Area School District. Mike and his wife, Victoria, a former elementary school teacher, also established the Mary McTighe Kelly Creative Teaching Grant for elementary educators and the Lighthouse Foundation’s One Warm Coat Program, which helped collect over 500 winter coats for students in need in the Butler community.
Mike and Victoria have four children: George III, Brendan, Charlotte and Colin; and are the proud grandparents to George IV, Vivian, Elizabeth, Helena, Elaina, Maeve and Victoria. Mike’s family and friends were with him on January 5, 2011, when Mike was sworn into office as the U.S. Representative of the 3rd Congressional District of Pennsylvania. Mike looks forward to representing the interests and voicing the concerns of the 3rd District, especially as they relate to Mike’s work on the House Committee on Ways and Means.
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