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Today, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) announced she secured funding for nine of the ten Community Project Funding requests she submitted to the House Appropriations Committee on behalf of community projects throughout PA-07.
Washington – Today, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) applauded the bipartisan passage of the INVEST in America Act with the following statement:
“Today is an important step forward in getting answers about how and why the events of January 6 unfolded and what steps can be taken to protect our democracy and the Capitol itself from future violent attacks. I am proud to vote in favor of creating this bipartisan select committee, and I look forward to its findings.
Today, Rep. Wild announced she is joining the Democratic Manufacturing Working Group, a new organization launched to examine key issues for strengthening the American manufacturing sector. Announcement comes after Rep. Wild announced that she is becoming a Vice Chair in the Labor Caucus.
WASHINGTON - Reps. Jason Crow (CO-06) and Susan Wild (PA-07) today introduced the Capitol Remembrance Act, which would direct the Architect of the Capitol to install an educational exhibit as a memorial to the January 6, 2021 attacks on the U.S. Capitol. The legislation would ensure the January 6th attacks, which desecrated our seat of government and threatened the fabric of our democracy, are never lost to history.
WASHINGTON – Today, the House passed U.S. Representative Susan Wild’s (PA-07) Lobbyist Loophole Closure Act, critical legislation to ensure that well-connected individuals cannot exploit loopholes in federal ethics laws by being hired as “consultants” in order to avoid registering as a lobbyist, as a key component of the historic government reforms package, H.R.1, the For the People Act of 2021.
Washington D.C.—This week, Representative Susan Wild signed on to the discharge position introduced by Congressman Mike Doyle (PA-14) to force a vote in the House on H.J.Res.129, legislation that would overrule the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) action to overturn the open internet order.