Washington over-regulation, too, often does them real harm. The Financial CHOICE Act offers a better way – more accountability, more transparency, tougher penalties, and good regulation.
This legislation ensures that the coal refuse-to-energy industry will comply with appropriate, balanced standards that allow for the continued viability of coal refuse-to-energy firms.
The American and Mexican people deserve better than to live with the brutal, and too often deadly, results of the illegal drug and weapons trade between our two nations.
The Co-Prescribing Saves Lives Act of 2016 would encourage physicians to co-prescribe naloxone alongside opioid prescriptions, and make naloxone more widely available in federal health settings.
Family-sustaining American jobs in manufacturing, mining, and other industries depend on our inland waterways and this project is a vital part of that system.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Keith Rothfus (PA-12) introduced the bipartisan Naloxone Guidelines Act (H.R. 5926) with Congressman Bill Keating (MA-09).
WASHINGTON – Congressman Keith Rothfus (PA-12) issued the following statement after welcoming over 80 Western Pennsylvania veterans at the World War II Memorial, where they gathered during a tour to visit other national war memorials and D.C. monuments:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Rothfus released the following statement after voting for the National Defense Reauthorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019 (H.R. 5155):
WASHINGTON – Congressman Rothfus (PA-12), issued the following statement after he supported the bipartisan Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, S. 2155, to provide targeted regulatory relief for financial institutions. The Congressman is the only Pennsylvania member serving on the House Financial Services Committee.
Keith's Recent Votes
|5/24/2018||230||H.R.5515||Aye||On Passage: National Defense Authorization Act FY 2019|
|5/24/2018||229||H.R.5515||Yea||Table the Appeal of the Ruling of the Chair: National Defense Authorization Act FY 2019|
|5/23/2018||228||H.R.5515||No||On Agreeing to the Amendment:|
|5/23/2018||227||H.R.5515||Aye||On Agreeing to the Amendment:|
|5/23/2018||226||H.R.5515||No||On Agreeing to the Amendment:|
|5/23/2018||225||H.R.5515||No||On Agreeing to the Amendment:|
|5/23/2018||224||H.R.5515||Aye||On Agreeing to the Amendment:|