WASHINGTON – Today, Rep.
WASHINGTON – Today, members of the Pennsylvania Republican Congressional Delegation, including Congressman GT Thompson, Congressman Mike Kelly, Congressman Scott Perry, Congressman Lloyd Smucker, Congressman Guy Reschenthaler, Congressman Dan Meuser, Congressman John Joyce, and Congressman Fred Keller, made the following statement following a briefing conducted for their office
WASHINGTON, DC —Yesterday, Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) was elected by his Republican colleagues to serve as the Sophomore Class Representative to the Republican leadership team. Smucker released this statement following his election:
While Lancaster County has made significant efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 and has transitioned to the “green phase” of Governor Tom Wolf’s reopening plan, significant questions about how the governor has handled this crisis remain. The people of Pennsylvania deserve answers from Wolf and members of his Administration.
Smucker: Bipartisanship Necessary in Police Reform Discussion
WASHINGTON, DC —Today, Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) released the following statement after opposing H.R. 7120, which advanced through the House without bipartisan consideration of amendments:
WASHINGTON, DC —Today, Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) voted against the partisan H.R. 2, during a markup in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. After consideration of many amendments, Rep. Smucker opposed the legislation and issued the following statement:
LANCASTER, PA —Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-11) joined members of the bipartisan Problem Solver Caucus to release the following statement:
LANCASTER, PA —Last evening, the United States Senate passed H.R. 7010, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020. The legislation initially passed the House of Representatives last week with Congressman Lloyd Smucker’s support, by a vote of 417-1. The legislation now heads to President Donald Trump for his signature. Rep.
Our Constitution protects the right to peaceful assembly and for individuals to share their grievances with their government and law enforcement. I fully support the rights of those who feel attacked and disenfranchised to carryout nonviolent protests.