CBS 21 Interview 07-23-14
Rep. Scott Perry on with Neil CavutoRep. Perry discussing the case of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi with Neil Cavuto.
WPMT Fox 43 EMP StoryStory detailing the potential threat posed by an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) to the electric grid.
Representative Perry on CBS 21 discussing the situation in Iraq and the VA backlog scandal.
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Mark and Deb Knecht go to bed every night praying their daughter, Anna, will wake up the next day. Mark Knecht then insists on being the one to wake Anna up the next morning. He doesn’t want his wife to find her daughter dead. This is the harsh reality that the Knecht’s and countless other American families face every day.
Today, Rep. Scott Perry released this statement regarding the killing of American journalist James Foley:
Washington, D.C. – This week, the U.S. House continued its focus on Americans’ top priorities – jobs and the economy, providing our veterans with the care they’ve earned and protecting our borders. The U.S. House has passed more than 350 bills in the 113th Congress that address some of our nation’s most pressing needs.
Washington, D.C. – Currently, more than 300,000 children in American suffer from some form of epilepsy. Many of these children experience more than 100 violent seizures a day— any one of which could be fatal without proper care. U.S.
YORK, PA – To offer constituents the opportunity to share their concerns regarding issues before the United States Congress and the federal government, U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-4) will be hosting a series of town meetings over the next week.
The dates and times of the town meetings are:
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Mark and Deb Knecht go to bed every night praying their daughter, Anna, will wake up the next day. Mark Knecht then insists on being the one to wake Anna up the next morning.
During my first nine months in office, three issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District.
During my first nine months in office, two issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District.
Are you happy with the way government is spending your money? That’s a question every American should ask themselves.