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The House Financial Services Committee yesterday approved by a voice vote a bipartisan bill that would allow thrifts chartered under the Home Owners’ Loan Act to elect to receive the lending powers
Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry today urged Congress to pass ABA-supported legislation that would provide federal savings associations with more flexibility to serve their customers while
An attempt to keep some AH-64 Apache attack helicopters with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard's 1-104th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion is still ongoing, according to U.S. Rep.
Decades later they are starting to be cleaned up but new Federal Regulations could halt the process.
In league with more than 100 fellow U.S.
More than 200 lawmakers have signed on to a letter to the leadership of the House Armed Services and Appropriations Committees urging that no Apache attack helicopters be transferred from the Army
A split Supreme Court deflected the latest legal challenge to President Obama's signature health care policy Thursday, upholding tax credits that help more than 300,000 Penns
A story emerged during last weekend’s Showcase for Commerce that was not directly related to defense contracts but that could have a signific
Four bipartisan congressional bills supported in part by Pennsylvania lawmakers have been introduced to improve Medicare for senior citizens, the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pe