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  • Black History Month

    To commemorate Black History Month, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today honored former Congressman William H. Gray III in a speech on the Senate floor and through a symposium on Mr. Gray and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

    • Black History Month
    • Black History Month
    • Black History Month
    • Black History Month
  • Teachers and First Responders

    U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today joined Senators Harry Reid (D-NV) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ) to introduce the Teachers and First Responders Back to Work Act. The bill would support the hiring, rehiring, and retention of career law enforcement officers and first responders. The bill will also save or create nearly 400,000 education jobs through critical investments in the education.

    • Teachers and First Responders
    • Teachers and First Responders
    • Teachers and First Responders
    • Teachers and First Responders
  • Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison

    Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison, including Elkins Park, PA native Joshua Fattal.

    Washington Post - Hikers once held in Iran, their families thank senators for help in pressing for their release Read the story

    • Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison
    • Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison
    • Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison
    • Senator Casey meets with American hikers recently released from Iranian prison
  • Yardley Flooding

    Casey tours flood damage in Yardley Borough of Buck's County on Monday, September 12, 2011

    • Yardley Flooding
    • Yardley Flooding
    • Yardley Flooding
  • Flooding in Duryea

    Senator Casey visits Duryea, PA with Vice President Biden to see the flood damage first hand and speak with residents about relief efforts.

    • Flooding in Duryea
    • Flooding in Duryea
    • Flooding in Duryea
    • Flooding in Duryea
  • SEPTA

    PHILADELPHIA, PA – U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today was briefed by the U.S. Federal Transportation Administration and SEPTA officials on the state of aging mass transportation systems. Senator Casey joined U.S. Representative Chaka Fattah (D-PA), Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) Administrator Peter M. Rogoff, Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter and SEPTA officials for the briefing. The group also toured City Hall Station.

    • SEPTA
    • SEPTA
    • SEPTA
    • SEPTA
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