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The family of a Buckingham teenager twice victimized by an internet stalker during the course of more than four years initially was hesitant to speak publicly about the ordeal.
But the Zezzos have since decided to confront the issue in an effort to prevent others from becoming victims.
It's called the Combat Online Predator Act, and it passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday and now goes to the Senate.
A piece of legislation originally introduced by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick will benefit the children of fallen emergency responders who died in the line of service.
The children of first responders killed in the line of duty will be automatically eligible for the maximum amount of education funding from the federal Pell Grant, following the passage of a bill authored by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, in Middletown. The Children of Fallen Heroes Scholarship Act, introduced by Fitzpatrick and Rep.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) underlined the significance of his newly enacted bill, the Children of Fallen Heroes Scholarship Act, H.R. 949, during an April 5 event at the Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company in Pennsylvania with local first responders.
The opioid epidemic is wreaking havoc across the country and it’s destroying families and derailing lives right here in our community. Last year, 231 people died from opioids in Bucks County alone – a 35 percent increase from 2016. Since 2000, more than 300,000 Americans nationwide have died from opioid overdoses and thousands more struggle daily to stay in recovery and get back on track.
Legislation authored by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) to increase higher education financial aid for the children of public safety officers who died in the line of duty has become law as part of the nation’s larger federal funding bill.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has honored Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) with its annual Spirit of Enterprise Award, given in recognition of his support for pro-growth policies in the first session of the 115th Congress.
A week after a bill aimed at giving terminally ill patients another way to access experimental medical treatments fell short of passing the U.S. House, federal lawmakers tried again.
As folks across Bucks and Montgomery counties opened their paychecks in February, most received a welcome and well-deserved bump in their take-home pay.