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ROCK SPRINGS, Pa. — U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, the top Republican on the House Agriculture Committee, told Ag Progress Days attendees yesterday that work is progressing on ag legislation.
RESSON – U.S. Rep. Glenn “G.T.” Thompson issued three challenges during the third annual Agriculture Summit at Mount Aloysius College on Monday.
Congressman Glenn Thompson is looking for a way to build bridges on Interstate 80 without placing tolls on them.
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, through a bill of which he is the primary sponsor, hopes to close the "digital divide" between rural and urban America.
He said the legislation - Broadband for Rural America - would close that divide by encouraging broadband development.
Toll roads have existed in one form or another for the past 4,000 years, in order to help facilitate the movement of goods and people. The 1937 opening of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, a toll facility, had the private sector play a significant role in financing the construction. Around the same time, the Pennsylvania Turnpike was in its early design stages.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Top Congressional Republicans are proposing solutions to climate change. Their ambitious platform suggests natural changes addressing food, farming, and forestry, while protecting the economy.
Now that he’s the top Republican on the House Agriculture Committee, U.S. Rep. Glenn “G.T.” Thompson is continuing to work on getting whole milk back into schools.
CLARION - U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson regards President Joe Biden's $2 trillion federal infrastructure and jobs package as "toxic."
CLARION — Pennsylvania U.S. Representative Glenn “GT” Thompson hosted a public hearing in Clarion Thursday to examine the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s new Major Bridge Public-Private Partnership (P3) Initiative with local lawmakers and witnesses representing vast groups of the public who could be impacted.
In a recent episode of the popular YouTube show Louder With Crowder, host Steven Crowder dedicates a segment of his show to discussing the $5 billion allocated for black farmers in the American Rescue Act. Though in a self-proclaimed comedy show, the segment wasn’t funny; it was insensitive, ignorant, and in poor taste.