Roughly 100 days ago, I attended President Joe Biden’s inauguration at the United States Capitol. That day, he pledged that his administration would govern with unity and bipartisanship. In the time since, the Biden administration and Democratic Party leadership have done the opposite. They’ve chosen a partisan, go-it-alone approach on...
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WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Days after passing a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, the United States House is moving on to another controversial bill this week. The House is expected vote on H.R. 1, a comprehensive election reform bill, later this week. Democrats say the sweeping legislation will make it easier for people to vote, enacting nationwide such measures as automatic voter registration, same-day voter registration, options to vote by mail, and restoring voter rights for felons out of prison. Republicans say the bill depletes state's rights.
WASHINGTON – US Congressman Dan Meuser, not of fan of the $1.9 trillion federal stimulus plan making its way through US Congress said overnight, he voted ‘no’ on the measure. In a statement emailed to news outlets Saturday morning, Cong. Meuser (R-9th, Dallas, Pa.) said while more aid is appropriate...
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The past year has brought significant challenges for the American people. Before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we experienced historically low unemployment, record job growth and a rebirth of manufacturing in communities across the commonwealth and the nation. To combat the economic and public health implications of a deadly...
On this week’s show, we welcome Dan Meuser, the United States Representative from the 9th Congressional District. Dan was born and raised in Luzerne County where his Dad was a detective in the police department. After high school, Dan attended New York Maritime University and transferred to Cornell University on a Navy R.O.T.C. scholarship.
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Rep. Dan Meuser's Floor speech on objection to state's electors. First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.