As 2021 comes to an end, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on all we’ve been able to accomplish this year — despite the challenges facing our nation.

2021 has been nothing if not a year of extremes. The rapid development and rollout of effective vaccines was a…

In November, the House of Representatives passed two historic pieces of legislation. Together, the investments included in the Build Back Better Act and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will grow America’s economy, advance equity in our communities, and position the nation to compete globally. I was incredibly proud to…

Committee Activity

House Judiciary Committee — Oversight of the Bankruptcy Code, Part 1: Confronting Abuses of the Chapter 11 System

America’s bankruptcy code is broken — far too often the system works well for folks at the top but doesn’t provide adequate support to those most in need.

Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code is no exception to this rule. Through tricky corporate restructuring and a notable lack of regulation…

Legislation Introduced

No Trace Act

Given the ever-changing nature of technology, Congress must ensure that our laws are updated to prevent sensitive information like geolocation data from being shared with law enforcement agencies without due process. The No Trace Act would prevent government agencies from accessing an American’s geolocation information without first obtaining a warrant.

Mary Gay Scanlon

Mary Gay Scanlon currently serves a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District.

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