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Congressmen aim to win tens of millions of dollars for contamination cleanup, as well as a nationwide health study that could include residents from affected communities in Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Several economic indicators show us that our economy is growing. Unemployment is down, the stock market up, consumer confidence is at its highest level in over a decade, and businesses are starting to invest in their future again.
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday took another step to try to address the nation’s opioid addiction epidemic, voting to approve legislation intended to stop the flow of deadly synthetic drugs from entering the country through U.S. ports and border crossings.
A bill authored by local Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick and Democratic Congresswoman Niki Tsongas passed the House of Representatives Tuesday.
The International Narcotics Trafficking Emergency Response by Detecting Incoming Contraband with Technology (INTERDICT) Act [H.R. 2142] was approved by a bipartisan 412-3 vote and will now move to the Senate.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Qatar this past July to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Qatari government, pledging greater cooperation in the fight against illicit financing of terrorist groups throughou
In 10 years, Cornell University Ph.D. Evan Malone has built NextFab into a for-profit chain of Philadelphia and Wilmington “makerspaces,” where high-tech materials scholars and start-up inventors pay to build stuff with 3-D printers and other digital machines.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick on Thursday issued a statement urging residents to turn in unused or expired medications through Bucks County's drug takeback program.
Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has introduced legislation this week that would support American manufacturing and incentivize businesses to increase domestic production.
A bipartisan bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, Middletown, would establish a loan program for small businesses seeking to purchase cybersecurity technology.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino are teaming with attorneys general from 37 other states to urge Congress to quickly pass legislation to eliminate a decades-old restriction that prevents larger drug treatment centers from billing Medicaid.