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WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-1st District, lives and breathes bipartisanship, down to the color of his clothes.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick on Thursday echoed a state lawmaker’s earlier calls to close the Rockhill Quarry over asbestos concerns.
A Smithsonian museum dedicated to women’s history is a step closer to reality after the House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a bill to create one. It now heads to the Senate.
The National Mall might look like it's at capacity for museums, but some members of Congress want to squeeze in at least one more.
UPPER MAKEFIELD >> A capacity crowd turned out on Sunday afternoon to serenade General George Washington with a rousing chorus of “Happy Birthday.”
As smartphones rolled and wide-eyed kids watched, Washington, dressed in his striking blue and gold uniform, used a three-foot-long sword to slice through his red, white and blue birthday cake.
As cultural institutions across the United States organize programming in celebration of the centennial of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment which granted women the right to vote, the House of Representatives voted in favor of establishing a museum dedicated to women’s history.
WASHINGTON – Today, February 11, 2020, the Problem Solvers Caucus praised the House passage H.R. 1980, the Smithsonian Women’s History Museum Act.
As a Republican from Pennsylvania and a Democrat from Delaware, we have more in common than you might expect. Aside from a shared devotion to the Philadelphia Eagles, we both believe that Congress can and must do more to combat climate change and rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.
It’s been a little more than two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., that claimed the lives of 17 people. With years now rolling by, legislators and families are still pressing to find a consensus and solution to safer schools.
I’m writing to thank Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick for his yes vote on H.R. 3, the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act.