LANCASTER, PA — In response to recent remarks from Governor Wolf related to Coronavirus reopening delays, Pennsylvanian Republican Congressmen Smucker, Joyce, Keller, Kelly, Meuser, Perry, Reschenthaler, and Thompson issued the following statement:
Washington – Congressman Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) and members of the Pennsylvania Republican Congressional Delegation sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday asking the Treasury Department to ensure equitable disbursement of federal funds to local governments while granting states the flexibility they need to provide critical services.
As parents and students across Pennsylvania’s 11th District and the United States are staying home to help protect against the spread of COVID-19, let's work hard to keep the whole family occupied with educational activities! You can explore so much in the comfort of your own homes. Below is a list of virtual tours for you and your family to “visit” our nation’s capital.
Washington – Today, Congressman Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) released the following statement in response to the final passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
Lancaster – Today, Congressman Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) released the following statement in response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to shut down all non-life-sustaining businesses across Pennsylvania:
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue offered a waiver to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, providing necessary regulatory relief to allow the distribution of meals to children while they are not in school. Each of our school districts across PA-11 have responded, , see below for information on efforts in your school district.
Washington– Today, Congressman Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) released the following statement regarding the announcement of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) award of $16.9 million in support to Pennsylvania in responding to COVID-19.
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U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker saw a lot to be excited about as he got ready for his first day in Congress.
He had a busy day ahead as he settled into his new office Tuesday morning. He planned to make a brief appearance at a reception for his friends and family, then head to the Capitol to be sworn in and begin casting his first votes.