Press Releases

June 2015
Casey: World Meeting of Families Hunger and Homelessness Committee Report Highlights Important Issues Facing Nation
Casey: End Airline Fees on Parents for Booking Seats Next to Their Young Children
Casey-Backed Legislation that Would Restore Voting Rights Act Is Introduced, Targets Practices that Suppress Vote Like Voter ID
Treasury Department Issues Rules to Implement Casey’s Landmark ABLE Act Law
Casey Pushes for Reauthorization of Bank That Has Helped Philadelphia Companies Access New Markets for Their Exports
Casey Backs Legislation to Expand Career and Technical Programs at Middle Schools
Casey Introduces Clean Vehicles Corridors Act
Casey Statement on Passing of Ralph Roberts
Casey, Joined by City and County’s Law Enforcement, Calls for Increase in COPS Funding That Could Bring More Officers to Region
Casey Calls on Senate Republicans to Negotiate Bipartisan Budget that Ends Sequester, Focuses on Jobs and Bolsters National Defense
Casey Statement on Encyclical of Pope Francis
Casey Calls for Expanded Eligibility for Summer Feeding Programs, Alerts Pennsylvanians to Feeding Sites for Vulnerable Children
Casey, Klobuchar, Burr Urge Treasury to Give States the Guidance They Need to Implement ABLE Act
Casey, Highlighting Local Data, Calls for Reauthorization of Export-Import Bank that Helps PA Businesses Access New Markets, Create Jobs
Casey, Brown Request Adequate Funding For Security At Democratic And Republican National Conventions In Philadelphia And Cleveland
Casey, Lehigh Valley Leaders Push for Long Term Transportation Bill that Will Upgrade Region’s Roads and Bridges
Students Are Receiving Admissions Letters But No Word on Financial Aid Because of Arcane Tax Rules
U.S. Senators Casey and Collins introduce the POWER Act- Would Help More PA Businesses Access Existing Energy Efficiency Tax Credits
Casey, Shaheen, Ayotte, Heller, Nadler Announce Bipartisan Legislation that Would Protect Pregnant Workers from Workplace Discrimination
Casey, Colleagues Introduce Legislation to Strengthen Lyme Disease Prevention, Education, and Research Following Lyme Disease Awareness Month
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