Today, Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) and Congresswoman Marcia L.
Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) released the following statement after voting “Yes” on the budget deal brought before the House this morning:
Today, Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) announced that his guest for the 2018 State of the Union address will be Commonwealth Victim Advocate, Ms. Jennifer Storm.
What does the recent Pennsylvania State Supreme Court decision on Redistricting mean for PA residents?
This week: our State Supreme Court ruled the current congressional maps are unconstitutional.
What does this mean?
Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) has proudly announced his selections for military service academy nominations. This year’s class from the Second District includes eight nominees with recommendations to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.
I voted against the current map when I was in the Pennsylvania State Legislature because I didn't think it was fair then, just as I don't think it is fair now. I look forward to the legislature achieving a fair, equitable, and constitutional map as the people of our Commonwealth are counting on them.
Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) released the following statement after voting “No” on the Continuing Resolution brought before the House today:
What Does the Government Shutdown Mean for PA-02 Residents?
Today, on the one year anniversary of the Trump Presidency, Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) issued the following statement about the implications of the destructive Republican government shutdown to Philadelphia and Montgomery County residents.
Today, Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) released the following statement about President Trump’s continued hateful rhetoric:
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The Trump administration has pursued a dirty war on clean water. As a member of Congress I’ve spoken out against their efforts to rollback policies, like the Clean Water Rule because they ignore science and put Americans’ health at risk by endangering their drinking water.
When it comes to legalizing marijuana U.S Rep. Dwight Evans (D-Pa.) is “one thousand percent on board,” he told me by phone on Thursday afternoon.
Evans officially signed on to HR 1227 Wednesday, a bill that would remove cannabis and hemp from federal drug scheduling completely.
“This is what the people want in the state,” said Evans.
For the first time in a decade, the number of hungry people on the planet is on the rise. The United Nations estimates the number of food-insecure people at 815 million in 2017—up from 777 million just two years ago.
Cities compete for people.
This year, Washington has wasted months in an often-misguided debate over repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Nationally, we’ve pretty much got used to the routine of reaction to mass shootings. Once the shock wears off, we’re grappling with a mix of heartbreak and outrage. Soon after, we’ve launched into a full blown debate over America’s obsession with guns and, naturally, reflexed into a conversation about gun control.
It’s been a long time since Rep. Dwight Evans was a freshman.
After more than three decades in the Pennsylvania House of Representative, Evans came to Congress late last year after winning a special election.
Roll Call’s Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano sat down for vegan Philly cheese steaks and sweet potato fries with Democratic Rep. Dwight Evans of Pennsylvania at HipCityVeg in Chinatown, a vegan restaurant that began in Philadelphia.
Last month, I traveled to Jordan with humanitarian organization CARE to see firsthand how U.S. foreign assistance programs are saving lives and building the resilience of displaced individuals and families during one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises.
What do countries, states and neighborhoods have in common? People. They all compete for people.
Through people, you get innovators, investors, builders, developers, thinkers. Through people, you have the building blocks of your workforce.