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Perry Continues Fight Against Domestic Spying Programs

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – One week after opposing the reauthorization of the Patriot Act because it didn't stop the National Security Agency’s (NSA) mass collection of Americans’ data, U.S. Representative Scott Perry introduced legislation, the NSA Transparency Act, to require this and future Administrations to respond to unanswered questions from lawmakers about the domestic surveillance programs that h... Read more »

Perry Amendment to Boost Hydropower and Create Jobs Passes U.S. House

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Washington, D.C. - U.S. Rep. Scott Perry (PA-4) continued his efforts this week to remove government barriers to the development of hydropower in the U.S. by sponsoring an amendment to H.R. 2028, the Energy-Water Appropriations bill for FY2016 that would restore funding for this vital energy resource. Hydropower is the largest source of clean, renewable energy in the U.S., creating thousands of jo... Read more »

Now We Can Get Congress Going

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By John Boehner and Mitch McConnell Nov. 5, 2014 7:12 p.m. ET Americans have entrusted Republicans with control of both the House and Senate. We are humbled by this opportunity to help struggling middle-class Americans who are clearly frustrated by an increasing lack of opportunity, the stagnation of wages, and a government that seems incapable of performing even basic tasks. Looking ahead to the ... Read more »

Bipartisan Legislation Would Help People Suffering from Epilepsy and Other Seizure Disorders

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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. Anna, an 11-year-old from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, has Dravet syndrome... Read more »

Rep. Perry: I'm working on solutions to end shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, three issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt. Second, after meeting with many health care professionals, small businesses and citizens, almost no one has any idea what the implementation of Obamacare will look like.... Read more »

Rep. Perry: I'm working on solutions to end shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, three issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt. Second, after meeting with many health care professionals, small businesses and citizens, almost no one has any idea what the implementation of Obamacare will look like.... Read more »

Rep. Perry: I'm working on solutions to end shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, three issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt. Second, after meeting with many health care professionals, small businesses and citizens, almost no one has any idea what the implementation of Obamacare will look like.... Read more »

Rep. Perry: I'm working on solutions to end shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, three issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt. Second, after meeting with many health care professionals, small businesses and citizens, almost no one has any idea what the implementation of Obamacare will look like.... Read more »

Working on Common Sense Solutions to End a Government Shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, two issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt so that we can guarantee that programs like Social Security and Medicare continue to exist for current and future generations. Second, after meeting with many doctors, hosp... Read more »

Working on Common Sense Solutions to End a Government Shutdown

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During my first nine months in office, two issues repeatedly have been raised by the constituents of the 4th Congressional District. First, they want us to hold Washington accountable and deal with its nearly $17 trillion debt so that we can guarantee that programs like Social Security and Medicare continue to exist for current and future generations. Second, after meeting with many doctors, hosp... Read more »

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