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President Donald Trump says he now plans to heed the advice of his own White House commission on drug addiction and declare the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency.
Trump announced the impending declaration Thursday just two days after Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price told reporters that it was not necessary.
BUCKS COUNTY >> U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, has been named a 2017 Champion for Children Award recipient by the Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children for his commitment to improving public policies and support for investments that benefit the commonwealth’s children.
People are sick of politics and politicians. They have had it with the finger-pointing and blame games while the world is engulfed in chaos.
President Trump on Thursday called the opioid abuse epidemic a national public health emergency.
The clock is ticking for action on the Affordable Care Act following last month's failure to repeal and replace President Obama's signature legislation.
When the USS Gerald R. Ford was commissioned recently, a piece of Montgomery County went with it.
Thousands of pieces, in fact.
About two months ago, reporter Jo Ciavaglia wrote a compelling article about proposed cuts to Legal Aid funding and the consequences to those in our community whose only access to the legal system exists via Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP) or a similar program.
A trio of local congressmen continues to press the military about chemicals being found in drinking water across the country, including in Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Fourteen members of Congress representing seven states are calling on President Donald Trump's administration to hasten the Department of Defense’s investigation of drinking water contamination across the country.
Their call came in a letter to Trump that was signed by eight Democratic members and six Republicans — including three local congressmen.