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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Blasts U.N. ‘Bogus, Baseless’ Commission on Israel

The U.N. Human Rights Council’s “bogus and baseless commission” on the Jewish State perpetuates “a longstanding U.N. practice of unfairly singling out our ally Israel while refusing to hold actual bad actors accountable,” according to Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, who introduced an amendment that passed banning funding for the commission’s inquiry into Israel.
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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler: Gaming is good for Pa. economy

Covid-19 devastated Pennsylvania, shutting our state down for months. Our economy felt the impact, contracting by $32 billion. The road to recovery has not been easy, but thankfully, the Keystone State is back on the rebound. Part of this is due to obvious factors, like stores reopening and people returning to work. Another key factor driving Pennsylvania’s recovery is the state’s commercial gaming industry.
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Congressman Guy Reschenthaler Says Election Subpoenas Is A ‘State Issue’

By: KDKA-TV News Staff CARNEGIE (KDKA) – Republican Congressman Guy Reschenthaler previously joined a lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting laws but on Wednesday when asked if he supports the Pennsylvania GOP’s subpoena of voting records – he deferred. “Every counted vote needs to be verified, so I don’t want to get into the particulars,” he said. “As you know, it’s a state issue, I’m really not involved in that. I’ll leave that up to my former colleagues in the state senate and those in the statehouse.” Congressman Reschenthaler joined Congressman John Joyce and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday in Carnegie. The trio toured a factory in an attempt to draw attention to rising prices and worker shortages.
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U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Calls Attack In Kabul ‘Devastating,’ While Congressman Guy Reschenthaler Demands ‘Retaliatory Airstrikes’

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The attacks at Kabul’s airport are bringing strong reactions from local elected officials. U.S. Senator Bob Casey called the attack that killed 13 U.S. troops and dozens of Afghans “devastating,” a frequent remark in the wake of the terrorist attack Thursday. From the beginning, elected officials, starting with President Joe Biden, warned that the mission of removing Americans and their allies from Afghanistan was fraught with danger. Casey emphasized the importance of completing the mission to bring Americans home safely, while Congressman Guy Reschenthaler urged punitive actions and more troops on the ground. “This is a devastating attack on Afghans and...
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Congressman Guy Reschenthaler Wants To Cut PennDOT’s Federal Funding If It Tolls Certain Highways

WASHINGTON (KDKA) – A local congressman says if PennDOT goes ahead with tolling certain bridges on the interstate highways, the federal government should withhold federal funding for that interstate. Other officials think that goes too far. U.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, a Peters Republican, says he knows how to stop PennDOT’s plan to let private companies toll certain bridges: cut off the check PennDOT gets from the feds. “If they tolled a road or bridge that is not currently tolled, they wouldn’t get federal funds for those roads or bridges,” Reschenthaler told KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Tuesday. At a meeting of the...
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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler has dodged interview requests from WTAE for two months

On Jan. 6, Pittsburgh TV station WTAE requested an interview with U.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Peters), hoping to share the input of the local representative about the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, and ask Reschenthaler questions about his role in trying to undermine the Pennsylvania results, which helped Joe Biden secure victory.
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