Washington, D.C.—U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson today reminded high school students in the 5th Congressional District that the deadline for applying to receive a nomination to a U.S. military academy is less than a month away.
Washington, D.C.—“I have deep concerns that the actions taken by the Forest Service in response to litigation filed by Allegheny Defense Project (ADP), the Sierra Club, and the Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (FSEEE) will have far reaching and intentional repercussions. This is a fundamental issue of private property rights and domestic energy production,” wrote U.S.
Washington, D.C.—Today the House of Representatives passed by voice vote, House Resolution 1807, the Educating Entrepreneurs through Today’s Technology Act, introduced by U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard.
Washington, D.C.—U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, was gratified today as his House Resolution, recognizing the historical and national significance of the many contributions of John William Heisman to the sport of football, passed in the House of Representatives with a unanimous vote.
Washington, D.C.—U.S Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today announced that the Energy and Water Appropriations measure contains $100,000 for the Beaver Creek Reservoir in Clarion County.
Washington, D.C.—U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today announced that $50,000 has been included in the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2010 for the Small Business Development Center at Lock Haven University.
Washington, D.C.—As a member of the Education and Labor Committee, U.S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today offered an amendment to the House Democrats’ health care bill to prevent the creation of a national health insurance exchange.
Washington, D.C.—U. S. Representative Glenn `GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, heard from the U.S. Department of Education last night that they would require Gov.
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Washington, D.C.—“Deep in the middle of the summer vacation, it is difficult for soon-to-be high school seniors to think of October and the new school year ahead,” said U.S.