Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday night, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) paid tribute to the life of Ramon Ramirez, a constituent who was shot and killed in Upper Macungie Township on April 21 while filling up his truck at a Wawa. Mr.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) introduced the Safe Interactions Act, new legislation to improve interactions between law enforcement officers and people with disabilities and mental health needs.
After reports of escalating violence, House Foreign Affairs Committee Member Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) released the following statement:
Today, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) released the following statement announcing additional funding for counties and local governments in her district as part of the American Rescue Plan.
Lehigh Valley, PA – This week, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) joined constituents and community members to celebrate Small Business Week by touting the funding heading to businesses across the Lehigh Valley as a result of the American Rescue Plan.
Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) will host a virtual webinar about the Small Business Administration (SBA) Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) Program on Monday May 3rd from 6pm to 7pm. The RRF supports the restaurant industry by providing grant funding to those entities that have suffered significant pandemic-related revenue loss.
Washington - Today, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) is announcing two new members of her staff who come from fellowships focused on placing veterans and Gold Star families in congressional offices. Patrick Miller comes to the Wild office from HillVets and will serve in the D.C.
WASHINGTON –Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) cosponsored legislation this week to promote workers’ long-term economic success and support U.S. economic recovery efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Investing in American Workers Act of 2021 prioritizes workers in U.S.
Ahead of President Joe Biden’s speech to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, Representative Susan Wild (PA-07) hosted a virtual press conference with her guest, Bethanie Shoemaker.
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U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Bucks County was the only Pennsylvania Republican on Tuesday night to join Democrats and vote to condemn President Donald Trump’s racist remarks telling four minority congresswomen to “go back” to their ancestral countries.
Raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour would boost the wages of at least 17 million Americans and lift more than 1.3 million people out of poverty, according to a new report that also projects it could cost roughly 1.3 million jobs nationwide.
Addressing her constituents in a district almost evenly divided politically, Congresswoman Susan Wild emphasized the need for bipartisanship during a town hall meeting Tuesday, saying it’s “broad stroke issues” not the drama on cable news that Lehigh Valley voters care about.
On Friday, Gov. Tom Wolf signed a $34 billion budget without a provision that could have boosted the minimum wage to $12 an hour for working class residents.