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During a trip through the area, U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., stopped by The Exponent Telegram offices Wednesday to answer questions about some of the most pressing national issues affecting West Virginia, including the threat of a government shutdown and ongoing problems funding highway projects.
Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., met with area officials and business leaders Monday as part of a series of community roundtable discussions.
A long-time defender of West Virginia's coal industry, Congressman David McKinley took time during his visit to Mineral County Tuesday to speak against the Clean Power Plan.
Today a bipartisan majority passed a bill to hold Iran accountable for the acts of terror they have supported over the last decades by preventing sanctions from being lifted until Iran compensates the American citizens who were victimized by terrorist acts supported and funded by Iran. The Justice for Victims of Iranian Terrorism Act (H.R. 3457) passed with bipartisan support, despite opposition from the Obama Administration.
McKinley Votes to Keep Government Operating, Vows to Continue Fight Against Taxpayer Funding for Planned Parenthood09/30/15
Today the House voted overwhelmingly to avoid a shutdown and ensure there is no disruption in services or benefits for seniors, veterans, and the military. The funding bill will keep the government open through the middle of December and give the House and Senate more time to come to a long-term budget agreement.
Reps. David B. McKinley, P.E. (R-WV) and Bobby L. Rush (D-IL) introduced a bipartisan bill yesterday that would revitalize manufacturing and promote economic development and job creation in depressed areas.