Scanlon, Pa. Demócratas hablan sobre los desafíos del Censo en medio de una pandemia

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Publicado en la Estrella-Capital Escrito por Cassie Miller El Censo de los Estados Unidos, que viene cada 10 años, es un proyecto logístico y burocrático masivo en los mejores momentos. Ahora imagine tratando de contar a cada persona que vive en los Estados Unidos en medio de la peor crisis de salud pública durante un siglo y una temporada presidencial. Durante una charla en vivo en Facebook y Twi... Read more »

Scanlon, Pa. Dems talk about Census challenges amid pandemic

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Originally published in the Pennsylvania Capital-Star Written by Cassie Miller The U.S. Census, which comes every 10 years, is a massive logistical and bureaucratic undertaking at the best of times. Now imagine trying to count every person living in the United States in the midst of the worst public health crisis in a century — and a presidential season. During a live chat on Facebook and Twitter ... Read more »

Houlahan hosts virtual Town Hall, highlights stimulus benefits for citizens, businesses

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Originally published in the Daily Local Written by Jen Samuel Information on the coronavirus is transforming, by the hour. Thursday, Gov. Tom Wolf issued a stay-at-home order for all of Pennsylvania. Previously the governor had only restricted citizen movement in the greater Philadelphia region, including Chester County, and a few other counties within the commonwealth. People worry what the futur... Read more »

Roundtable looks at affordable housing, transit in Chester County

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Originally Posted in Pottstown Mercury PHOENIXVILLE—Chester County is one of only two in all of Pennsylvania where population is growing. And while that's good news on the economy side, it can also make it hard to find affordable housing to take advantage of that economy. That's why U.S. Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, D-6th Dist., held a roundtable on affordable housing and transportation on Thursday, Jan... Read more »

U.S. Rep. Houlahan staffer urges Robeson Township residents to reach out for assistance

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Originally published in the Reading Eagle Written by Keith Smoker ROBESON TOWNSHIP, PA — The Robeson Township supervisors got a visit Tuesday night from MaCherie Dunbar, the constituent services advocate for U.S. Rep. Chrissy Houlahan. Dunbar was on hand to offer assistance from Houlahan's office to the township and its residents. Houlahan is a Chester County Democrat who represents Reading and so... Read more »

Rep. Houlahan and House Freshmen Introduce “Shutdown To End All Shutdowns (SEAS) Act”

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In a press conference today, Reps. Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Chrissy Houlahan (PA-06), Dean Phillips (MN-03) and Colin Allred (TX-32) led a group of more than 20 freshman lawmakers in introducing the Shutdown to End All Shutdowns (SEAS) Act, a bill aimed at protecting federal employees from being used as pawns in future political negotiations by transferring the financial hardship of shutdowns to th... Read more »

Daily Local News - Guest column: A bipartisan approach to border security and ending the shutdown

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Originally published in the Daily Local News By Rep. Chrissy Houlahan It has been 14 days since I was sworn into Congress on behalf of the citizens of Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District. It is the honor and privilege of my lifetime. Unfortunately, I join dozens of other freshmen from across the nation entering our first days in office into a partial government shutdown. Nearly one quarter o... Read more »