Press Releases

Jun 30, 2015

Despite Court Ruling, EPA Rulemaking Process Still Broken

We must use this decision as a launching point to restore balance and refocus our efforts on creating jobs within the energy sector without unnecessary and self-imposed regulations.

Jun 29, 2015

Marino Applauds Passage of Pennsylvania Rape Survivor Child Custody Bill

Issues: Health

This is another positive step forward in protecting victims of rape in our commonwealth

Jun 25, 2015

Marino Statement on King v. Burwell Ruling

Issues: Congressional Issues, Health

While I am not, by any measure, in agreement with, or pleased about the Court’s ruling, it is imperative Republicans stay focused on the long-haul

Jun 24, 2015

Congressman Marino, Chairman Goodlatte Visit Key Pennsylvania Prison Facilities

Issues: Congressional Issues

The timing of this visit was significant as the full Judiciary Committee begins its Criminal Justice Reform Initiative.

Jun 11, 2015

Lawmakers Urge President Obama to Award Yogi Berra the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Issues: Congressional Issues

Renewed call comes ahead of today’s Annual Congressional Baseball Game

Jun 10, 2015

Reps. Marino, Barletta Join to Urge Extradition of Murder Suspect

Issues: Congressional Issues, Foreign Affairs

Congressmen aide local authorities with extradition efforts at the federal level.

Jun 4, 2015

Reps. Marino, Chu to Introduce Landmark Copyright Reform

Copyright Office for the Digital Economy Act or CODE Act, addresses the longstanding need for specific reforms regarding the way the U.S. Copyright Office operates

Jun 4, 2015

“Astro-turfing” Social Security and Medicare Must Stop

Issues: Congressional Issues, Spending Cuts and Debt

Statement regarding misleading direct mail campaigns sent by the National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare to his constituents in the 10th District of Pennsylvania

Jun 2, 2015

Marino Statement on Taxation of Interstate Commerce Hearing

Issues: Congressional Issues, Economy and Jobs, Tax Reform

This Congress, our committee and subcommittee members have put forth three bills which fulfill our obligations and present a clear path toward less regulation rather than more.

Jun 1, 2015

The Senate Should Quit Theatrics and Pass USA Freedom Act

If the Senate were to pass the USA Freedom Act, without amendment, and send it the President’s desk, America would be safer and more secure.

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