Washington, D.C.-- Over the weekend, cowardly human beings vandalized the Mount Carmel Cemetery, a Jewish cemetery in Northeast Philadelphia just a week after a similar act of vandalism in St. Louis, Missouri.
Washington, D.C. -- Congressman Dwight Evans (D-PA-02) released this statement following the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn:
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Yesterday, Congressman Dwight Evans and Congressman Donald McEachin introduced the Rehabilitation of Historic Schools Act of 2017, HR 922, in the 115th Congress.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Today, Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) spoke at the U.S. House of Representatives Forum on the Executive Order/Muslim and Refugee Ban. Here is his following statement:
-1/28/2017, 1/28/2017- Went to the airport this weekend to speak directly to those impacted by the Executive Order
-1/28/2017- Issued a joint press release with Rep. Brady and Rep. Boyle decrying through the Philadelphia airport
Tonight, I join my colleagues this evening to speak to the plan our new President has penned as the “New Deal for African-Americans.” This plan, unfortunately, does not meet the needs of our communities and focuses on the same assumptions that have not worked for our communities over the years.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi announced that the House Democratic Steering Committee for the 115th Congress has recommended Representative Dwight Evans to serve on the House Committee on Agriculture. Evans has a long history of achievements in combating hunger, increasing access to quality foods in underserved communities and advocating on behalf of farmers.
The United States always has been, and always will be a strong ally of Israel. I believe and hope that we can use that relationship to foster a meaningful peace agreement that brings about an end to terrorism and violent disputes over territory in Israel and Palestine. I am convinced that the U.S.
PHILADELPHIA --- In a joint letter to House Appropriations Committee Chair Hal Roger (R., KY-5) and Ranking Member Nita Lowery (D., NY-17), Congressmen Bob Brady (D., PA-1) and Dwight Evans (D., PA-2) outlined major poverty issues in their Districts that have a direct impact on children.