Charlie Dent

Charlie Dent


Dent Votes to Increase Quality, Expediency of Veterans’ Services


For Immediate Release

May 26, 2017


Dent Votes to Increase Quality, Expediency of Veterans’ Services

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) This week Congressman Charlie Dent (PA-15) voted for eight bills to improve and modernize the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The bills passed the House in an overwhelmingly bipartisan manner.

“These pro-veteran initiatives show that the members of the House from both parties have a sincere desire to ensure that our veterans receive the quality care and attention that they deserve,” Dent said. “We must never grow complacent in our continuing efforts to make necessary reforms to the VA and fulfill the promises that our nation has made to our veterans. The innumerable sacrifices and the selfless dedication exemplified by the men and women in our armed forces can and should be met with a firm commitment to providing them with the highest standards of care and service. In my role as Chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Other Related Agencies (MILCON-VA), my goal has always been to advocate on behalf of the men and women in uniform back home in Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District, as well as those across the country. The passage of these bills this week marks an important step in that direction.”

The bills are listed below:


H.R. 467, The VA Scheduling Accountability Act, introduced by Rep. Jackie Walorski, would require VA medical center directors to certify annually that their facility is in compliance with the scheduling directive (or any successor directive that replaces it), prohibit VA from waiving certification, and require VA to report to Congress on individual medical facilities’ compliance. Click here for more information. Read the bill here.
H.R. 1005, introduced by Rep. Lee Zeldin, would direct VA to enter into an agreement or a contract with state veterans homes to pay for adult day health care for a veteran eligible for, but not receiving, nursing home care. Click here for more information. Read the bill here.
H.R. 1162, The No Hero Left Untreated Act, introduced by Rep. Stephen Knight, would require VA to carry out a one-year pilot program at up to two VA medical facilities to provide access to magnetic EEG/EKG-guided resonance therapy to veterans with PTSD, TBI, MST, chronic pain or opiate addiction for up to 50 veterans. Click here for more information. Read the bill here.
H.R. 1329, The Veterans Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2017, introduced by DAMA Chairman Mike Bost and Ranking Member Elizabeth Esty, would increase the rates of compensation for veterans with service-connected disabilities as well as the rates of dependency and indemnity compensation for the survivors of certain disabled veterans as of December 1st, 2017. Click here for more information. Read the bill here
H.R. 1545, The VA Prescription Data Accountability Act, introduced by Rep. Annie Kuster, would clarify current law to stipulate that VHA is required to disclose information to state controlled substance monitoring programs for anyone – veteran or non-veteran – who is prescribed these medications through VA. Click here for more information. Read the bill here.
H.R. 1725, The Quicker Veterans Benefits Delivery Act of 2017, introduced by Ranking Member Walz, as amended, seeks to reduce the number of unnecessary disability examinations by requiring additional information be provided to Congress regarding VA’s use of private medical evidence in support of claims for disability compensation. Click here for more information. Read the bill here.
H.R. 2052, the Protecting the Rights of IndiViduals Against Technological Exploitation, or PRIVATE, Act will define when private photo sharing is a military criminal act—which is not clear in current law. Read the bill here.
H.R. 2288, The Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017 would create three “lanes” for veterans’ appeals, including the “Local Higher Level Review Lane” in which an adjudicator reviews the same evidence considered by the original claims processor; the “New Evidence Lane,” in which the veteran could submit new evidence for review and have a hearing; and the “Board Lane,” in which jurisdiction for the appeal would transfer immediately to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals. The bill would give the Secretary the authority to test the new system prior to full implementation and would allow some veterans already going through the appeals process to opt into the new system. It would also require VA to provide a comprehensive plan for how the new system will be implemented and a subsequent certification by the Secretary that the department is prepared to roll-out the reform. Lastly, the bill would require the Secretary to submit periodic reports to Congress, including information on how many appeals are pending in both the modernized system and the legacy system. This legislation was sponsored by every member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. Click here for more information. Read the bill text here.

 CONTACT:  Emily Rauch (202) 225-6411

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Reps. Schneider and Dent Send Letter on Attacks Against Protesters Outside Turkish Embassy


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressmen Brad Schneider (IL-10) and Charlie Dent (PA-15) sent a bipartisan letter to Secretary of State Tillerson expressing grave concern regarding the vicious attacks carried out by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an’s security detail against individuals engaged in peaceful, legal protests on American soil. Read More

Congressman Dent: Turkish Security Detail Attack on American Protesters a 'slap in the face to all Americans'


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement in response to the Turkish security detail attack on American protesters outside the Turkish embassy: “The right to peaceably assemble and freely speak is a core American value that is enshrined in our Constitution Read More

Rep. Dent Comments on Appointment of Special Counsel


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement regarding the appointment of former FBI Director Bob Mueller as special counsel: “Former FBI Director Bob Mueller is a strong and capable investigator with an impeccable character who I believe is perfectly suited to carry out the investigation in the Russian interference in our nation’s 2016 election. Read More

Representative Dent's Statement on the Firing of FBI Director Comey


LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. - Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement regarding yesterday’s firing of FBI Director James Comey: “Director Comey always struck me as a decent and honorable man who was put in an extremely difficult situation. Read More

Congressman Dent Hosts Small Business Day 2017


SMALL BUSINESS DAY - May 11, 2017 Northampton Community College's Fowler Family Southside Center, Room 605 511 E 3rd Street Bethlehem, PA 18015 Read More

Dent Opposes House Health Care Bill


(Washington, D.C.) – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement regarding his opposition to the American Health Care Act of 2017 (“AHCA” ; H.R. 1628): “I am disappointed that the House passed this bill which I believe will increase health insurance costs - particularly for low-to-moderate income Americans, increase the number of uninsured by up to as many as 24 million people, and undermine important protections for those living with pre-existing conditions. Read More

Dent Supports Measure to Fund the Government Through September 30th


(Washington, D.C.) Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) supported the passage of the Omnibus spending bill that will fund the government through September 30, 2017. Dent applauded the funding levels for key programs in the bill as well as the important policy riders that were included. Read More

Dent Votes to Ensure Communities Retain Control of Local Infrastructure Projects


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) voted in support of S. 496, which would repeal the Metropolitan Planning Organization Coordination and Planning Area Reform rule that was issued by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). With the bill’s enactment, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District would no longer face the prospect of losing community-level input about decisions regarding state and local transportation plans and future resource disbursements. Read More

Rep. Dent Hosts Veterans Care Community Summit with VA Secretary Hon. David Shulkin


(Allentown, PA) – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15)—who serves as Chairman of the House Military Construction & Veterans Affairs (MILCON-VA) Appropriations Subcommittee—hosted a roundtable discussion today focused on improving veterans’ healthcare within Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District. Participants included VA Secretary The Honorable Dr. David Shulkin, who joined other leaders from within the Department of Veterans Affairs as well as several of the community healthcare institutions that serve patients in the district and a number of local veteran advocates and representatives.

“As Americans, we owe our lives to the selflessness and resilience of the men and women who have served in our armed forces. Through my role as Chairman of the MILCON-VA Appropriations Subcommittee, and as a Member of Congress entrusted with representing the tens of thousands of veterans and military families who reside in our local communities, I am grateful to be in a position to advocate for those who have sacrificed on behalf of our nation.  These men and women deserve to have access to the highest quality of medical care possible. Productive conversations, like the one today, provide an important starting point for broader debate about the future of the VA and the healthcare services they provide to America’s veterans.  The issues confronting the VA, Congress, and our veterans requires an approach that incorporates a broad set of feedback from all those involved. Today’s conversation is one I look forward to continuing.”

Held at Cedar Crest College, the summit discussion addressed specific issues regarding the Veterans Choice Program and other community care programs, with a specific focus on how the program has been working since first established in 2014. Recommendations for improvement were sought to aid the program in its next iteration.  The conversation also touched on how Chairman Dent could assist in further improving veterans care through his role on the MILCON-VA Appropriations Subcommittee. Finally, the group looked ahead at some of the issues facing the Fiscal Year 2018 appropriations bill. 

“A lot of progress has been made in our efforts to improve treatment and access issues within the VA,” Dent added. “However, there are still a number of areas that need additional attention.  Secretary Shulkin, and the rest of the dedicated VA employees and healthcare providers here in Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District and across the country, are committed to finding solutions that address these areas. I will work to ensure the VA is able to meet our commitment to provide quality care and treatment to America’s veterans.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Rep. Dent Will Hold Community Legislative Meeting this Friday


For Immediate Release

March 30, 2017


Representative Dent Will Hold Community Legislative Meeting this Friday

Event will be take place at the Hanover Township Community Center in Northampton County


(Lehigh Valley, PA) Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) will hold a community meeting this Friday to provide a legislative update. See below for details. The Press is welcome to attend the event.


WHEN:                Friday, March 31st – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Note: Doors open at 930 AM)

WHERE:              Hanover Township Community Center, 3660 Jacksonville Rd, Bethlehem

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Dent Introduces Synthetic Drug Control Act


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) joined House colleagues Jim Himes (CT-4) and Lou Barletta (PA-11) in introducing H.R. 1732, the Synthetic Drug Control Act of 2017, which would address the dangerous use of synthetic drugs by blocking the sale of the deadly compounds that are used to develop those drugs.

“The devastation that synthetic substances and drugs have caused in my district and across the country is heartbreaking. Protecting our communities from these unnatural compounds has been a longstanding priority, and the Synthetic Drug Control Act will ensure that the dangers posed by these drugs are properly acknowledged and addressed,” Dent said. “As demonstrated by the horrific flakka killing in Bethlehem last year, and by many other incidents of overdoses, synthetic drugs are a public safety threat and should be kept off the streets. This bill will restrict the sale and spread of these lab-produced substances and aid law enforcement in their ongoing work to keep our communities safe.”

Currently, these substances are marketed as innocent products like bath salts, plant food, or incense, and they are sold under brand names familiar to their users, such as K2 or Spice. The fact that these drugs are not illegal contributes to the misconception that they are safe.

If enacted, H.R. 1732 would require the U.S. Attorney General to classify approximately 250 dangerous synthetic substances under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Schedule I substances, drugs, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse, such as heroin and LSD.[1] The ban would prohibit the sale of these drugs in brick and mortar stores and online.

“I am proud to have worked with my friend, Charlie Dent, on this strong, bipartisan legislation,” Representative Jim Himes (CT-4) added. “Communities across the nation are being torn apart by the opioid epidemic and other drug-related crises. Synthetic drugs, which include variations of the extremely dangerous opioid fentanyl, are exacerbating an already out of control problem. This bill bans some of the worst synthetic drugs, which are nothing more than unregulated poison masquerading as a harmless high and marketed toward young people.”

“Protecting our loved ones and our communities from the harmful, and in many cases deadly, abuse of these synthetic substances will require a bipartisan coalition,” Dent concluded. “I’m proud to join Representatives Himes and Barletta in sponsoring this bill, and I truly believe this is a great next step to combat synthetic drugs in our communities.”



CONTACT: Emily Rauch (202) 225-6411

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Dent: "Health Care Reform Must be Affordable and Accessible for American Families"


(Washington, D.C.) Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement regarding the American Health Care Act today:

“Healthcare reform should be about making care more affordable and accessible for American families.  This bill misses the mark.  It is time that we step back and focus on enacting durable, sustainable, and bipartisan reform of the American health care system that will lower costs, increase access and ensure quality care for all Americans.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Rep. Dent to Oppose House Health Care Bill


(Washington, D.C.)  Representative Charlie Dent released the following statement this evening regarding the American Health Care Act:

“The American health care system is in need of reform.  The Affordable Care Act, which I voted against seven years ago, has failed to live up to the promises of the previous Administration.  Too many Americans have seen their health care costs rise, insurers are fleeing the marketplace, and businesses are struggling under the increased costs and regulations.  In Pennsylvania the average 2017 premium increase for all individual market plans was 32%, and 68% of counties have only one or two insurers offering plans on the exchange.  Clearly something must be done. 

Over the past few weeks, I have diligently reviewed the American Health Care Act and recently proposed Amendments.  I have spoken with constituents, leaders in the health care patient and provider community, Republican and Democrat Governors, Senators, the President and many others.  After careful deliberation, I cannot support the bill and will oppose it.  I believe this bill, in its current form, will lead to the loss of coverage and make insurance unaffordable for too many Americans, particularly for low-to-moderate income and older individuals.  We have an important opportunity to enact reforms that will result in real health care transformation--bringing down costs and improving health outcomes. This legislation misses the mark. 

I hope that the House can step back from this vote and arbitrary deadline to focus on getting health care reform done right to ensure that American families have access to affordable health care.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Chairman Dent Leads VA Oversight Hearing


(WASHINGTON, D.C.)  – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15), Chairman of the House Appropriations Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies (MILCON-VA) Subcommittee, led a hearing today focused on VA oversight and accountability topics in the subcommittee’s second Fiscal Year 2018 budget hearing.  The subcommittee received testimony from the Honorable Michael J. Missal, Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  

“Regrettably, our nation’s Veterans have endured a VA that has been riddled with an unacceptable number of questionable management decisions and scandals over the last few years. The VA OIG has played a critical role in bringing service shortcomings to light through their thorough and nonpartisan audits and investigations.  I remain confident that Inspector General Missal and his team at the VA OIG will continue their work to preserve our Veterans’ trust, increase transparency, and drive further improvements across the VA,” Chairman Dent said. “This subcommittee plays an important oversight role to ensure that the VA is meeting the needs of our veterans and their loved ones and that taxpayer dollars are being managed responsibly and efficiently, and the VA OIG’s reports and findings are a valued resource in that effort.”

The VA OIG seeks to provide accountability and oversight to all VA programs and operations including healthcare services and operations, benefits administration, financial management, and information technology and security. IG Missal outlined his vision for the VA OIG’s work and expressed his desire to hold the VA’s employees to the highest standards of ethics accountability. Topics raised within the hearing included a focus on reducing wait times within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), updating the VA’s antiquated IT system, and efforts to address ongoing problems with the Veteran’s suicide prevention Crisis Line.

“By holding the VA accountable to those who utilize its services and the taxpayers who fund its programs, Congress can better serve those who have dedicated their lives to protecting others,” Dent continued. “I look forward to continuing to work with the Inspector General as we carry out our work to develop and advance this subcommittee’s Fiscal Year 2018 appropriations bill.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Chairman Dent Leads Military Quality of Life Hearing


(WASHINGTON, D.C.) Today, Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15), Chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies (MILCON-VA), convened a hearing focused on issues pertaining to Quality of Life in the Military.  The hearing featured testimony from the senior enlisted personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force.

“Issues that affect quality of life for our men and women in uniform - such as housing, family programs, and professional development – are the foundation for the morale and readiness of our armed services.  By providing our soldiers and military families with the resources and peace of mind they deserve at home, we can generate a greater focus on the vital national security missions facing our nation and better results in the field,” Dent said. “The senior enlisted officers before us today are entrusted with the very important task of representing both our service members and their families, and it is an honor to work with them to support the needs of our military personnel.  Today’s feedback is very valuable to our work on the Fiscal Year 2018 appropriations process, and this subcommittee will continue to do everything we can to further assist and improve upon our military’s readiness, recruitment, and retention efforts.”

Some of the topics discussed at the hearing included the status of installation services including family programs and housing; the effects of high operational tempo on morale, readiness, and family relationships; professional development initiatives; and other matters affecting service members upon their transition into and out of the military.  In addition to these issues, Chairman Dent also addressed the Marine Corps photo-sharing allegations that broke over the weekend, making note that he appreciated Sergeant Major Ronald Green’s stern rebuke of the actions.

“What we’ve learned so far about these actions and allegations are very disturbing and utterly disrespectful,” he commented. “None of us will tolerate such behavior, and I appreciate that the Department of Defense is taking this issue as seriously as all of us on this subcommittee.”

Sergeant Major of the Army, Daniel A. Dailey; Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Steven Giordano; Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald Green; and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Kaleth Wright all served as witnesses at the hearing. They hold the top enlisted rank attainable in their service.  In their roles, they are responsible for hearing from, responding to, and expressing the daily concerns of U.S. soldiers, sailors, marines, airmen, and their families. Combined, they carry over 120 years of military experience.


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Representative Dent's Statement on the American Health Care Act


(Washington, D.C.) Representative Charlie Dent’s statement on the introduction of the American Health Care Act 

“I am continuing to thoroughly review and evaluate the released version of the American Health Care Act, paying special attention to its impact on Pennsylvanians.  I am pleased that the bill fully repeals the jobs-destroying medical device tax, addresses over-reaching government mandates, and includes some elements of replacement.  I remain concerned, however, about the impact of the Medicaid changes on vulnerable populations, as well as the overall effect of the bill on access to affordable care.  I look forward to input from the nation’s governors, the report from the Congressional Budget Office, the result of the Committees’ processes, and feedback from my constituents as this bill continues through the legislative process over the next couple of weeks.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Dent Praises Appointment of Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster as National Security Adviser


ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) released the following statement today regarding President Trump’s appointment of Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new National Security Adviser: 

“I commend President Trump’s selection of Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster to serve as National Security Adviser. General McMaster has proven himself as a disciplined and intellectual leader through his years of dedicated service to our nation and multiple tours of duty. His operational expertise has been heralded and recognized by those who have had the opportunity to serve with him, and he has demonstrated an ability to voice his honest opinion and an appreciation of providing the best unvarnished military advice. I believe such skills and independence will help ensure that the National Security Council and the administration as a whole remain focused on fully understanding and evaluating the serious challenges that face our nation and our allies. It is my hope that General McMaster will hold true to those principles in this new role and be empowered with the authorities necessary to succeed.”


CONTACT: Shawn Millan (610) 770-3490

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Charlie Dent was first sworn in to the United States House of Representatives in January 2005. He represents Pennsylvania’s 15th District, which includes all or parts of Berks, Dauphin, Lebanon, Lehigh, and Northampton counties. Congressman Dent currently serves on two House committees: Appropriations and Ethics.

Born May 24, 1960, Charlie is a life-long Lehigh Valley resident. He was raised in Allentown by his parents, Marjorie and the late Walter R. “Pete” Dent, a Bethlehem Steel employee. Charlie and his wife Pamela live in Allentown with their three children, Kathryn, William, and Jack. Charlie is a 1978 graduate of William Allen High School. He earned a degree in Foreign Service and International Politics from the Pennsylvania State University in 1982 and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Lehigh University in 1993.

Before entering public service, Charlie worked as a development officer for Lehigh University, an industrial electronics salesman, and an aide to then-Representative Don Ritter. Charlie served eight years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and six years in the State Senate.

In the state legislature, Charlie was Chair of the Senate Urban Affairs Committee and a task force focusing on the state’s children and youth placement services. He also championed significant landlord/tenant legislation and the creation of Adult Basic, a program designed to provide health insurance coverage for low-income, working adults.

Now in his fifth term in Congress, Charlie has developed an expertise in homeland security and transportation issues through his committee assignments in the House, building on his existing knowledge and experiences from 14 years in the state legislature and his educational background. In those areas, he has championed legislation that would: promote the use of the Civil Air Patrol to better secure our borders; develop a comprehensive screening system that will allow border officials to determine that passengers are who they say they are; enhance chemical plant security; expedite and enforce the repatriation of criminal aliens; require notification to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and detention of illegal aliens that are arrested on state felony charges; advance the use of clean energy technology in public transportation applications; and establish reasonable security provisions for large aircraft.

Charlie has also been an advocate on health issues. In 2008, legislation he and his colleague Rep. Mike Doyle (PA-14) introduced to update the Veteran’s Health Administration’s outdated HIV/AIDS testing policy was signed into law. He has been instrumental in providing federal funding for melanoma research, and a staunch supporter of medical research through the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Charlie has worked closely with the MPS (Mucopolysaccharidoses) community to draw awareness to this devastating genetic lysosomal storage disease, caused by the body’s inability to produce specific enzymes, and focus the research that is being conducted. He has also been active in advancing legislation aimed at the prevention and elimination of chronic viral hepatitis. Finally, Charlie is one of the leading voices in Congress for commonsense medical liability reforms that will increase patient safety, improve the quality of care, reduce the incidence of defensive medicine, preserve access to highly-skilled medical professionals, and ensure fair compensation for injured patients.

While in Washington, Charlie’s focus is always on the 15th District of Pennsylvania. He has enacted legislation to designate the H. Gordon Payrow Post Office Building in Bethlehem and the Mayor Joseph S. Daddona Memorial Post Office in Allentown. Charlie was instrumental in securing Department of Justice funding for the 222 Corridor Anti-Gang Initiative and has introduced legislation that would establish regional anti-gang task forces — bringing federal, state and local law enforcement together to fight the growing problem of gang violence. In 2009, Congress enacted provisions authored by Charlie and Rep. Paul Kanjorski (PA-11) reauthorizing the Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Corridor, which is a federally designated Heritage Area dedicated to conserving the historic transportation network that brought anthracite coal from the mines to the markets in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Rep. Kanjorski and Charlie also worked together in establishing the Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Monroe and Northampton Counties. Finally, Charlie has introduced a bill to designate a National Museum of Industrial History on the former Bethlehem Steel Plant site.

Charlie has demonstrated leadership in Washington. He is a Co-Chair of the Tuesday Group, a group of center-right Republicans dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility, personal independence and a strong national defense. In 2005, Charlie joined with three colleagues to form the bi-partisan Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Caucus. Under Charlie’s leadership as a Co-Chair, the caucus plays an important role in promoting and enhancing awareness of hydrogen and fuel cell technology. Since the 110th Congress, Charlie has served as the Pennsylvania Co-Chair of the Delaware River Basin Task Force which is a bipartisan group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the four basin states (Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania) that coordinate Congressional efforts to promote the restoration and vitality of the Delaware River Basin and its communities. Representing one of the top cement-producing District in the nation, Charlie also Chairs the Congressional Cement Caucus. In this role, Charlie helps shape policy that impacts one of the Lehigh Valley’s most traditional and vibrant industries.

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