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To stop workers from contracting COVID-19 and spreading it to their families, U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-8, Moosic, asked federal inspectors to go to three large employers near Hazleton.
“That will happen,” Cartwright said during a news conference with Hazleton Mayor Jeff Cusat this morning.
Congressman Matt Cartwright is still self-quarantining after being with a friend who tested positive for coronavirus.
But Wednesday- he hosted a telephone town hall.
The representative took questions from the public.
Some people were concerned about the impact the virus is having on local businesses.
We’re facing a health care crisis in this country.
Members of Congress Matt Cartwright and Susan Wild have joined seven of their colleagues to voice concern over Medicaid changes they say could put beneficiaries at risk.
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In September 2014, my life changed forever when my 2½-year-old son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
Despite our private insurance plan, the pharmacy bill for his insulin was outrageous. Though insulin was invented in 1922, its inflation-adjusted per-unit price tripled, at least, between the 1990s and 2014, and insulin costs per patient nearly doubled from 2012 to 2016.
Evidence of the days when coal was king linger throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania in the form of culm banks.
The job to rid those piles of waste is in dire need of funding. Now, two local lawmakers in Washington aim to keep the work on track.
If U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright D-8, Moosic, gets reelected, he will have enough seniority to get more money to Northeast Pennsylvania.
The congressman told those who attended a “Coffee with the Congressman” evening at the Hazleton One Center on Wednesday night he will be lined up to chair one of a dozen subcommittees on appropriations in his next term.
Congressman Matt Cartwright (D-8) took some time to enjoy a cup of joe and some conversation with his constituents at the Bushkill Volunteer Fire Company on Tuesday evening.
Crowds of people from Pike County and beyond stopped off at the fire hall for Cartwright’s “Coffee with your Congressman” event to discuss matters near and dear to their hearts.
The cold and snowy weather certainly did not deter any residents or local political figures from supporting women during the fourth annual NEPA Women's March in Wilkes-Barre.
It was hard not to see the passion today at Millennium Circle on the Wilkes-Barre Riverfront.
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