June Legislative Recap: What You Might Have Missed

Legislation Introduced

No Trace Act

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ACCESS Act

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Courtroom Dogs Act

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Veterans Medical Legal Partnerships Act of 2021

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More Legislative Action:

Secured over $20 million in funding for seven projects in PA-05 as part of the House’s surface transportation reauthorization bill, the INVEST in America Act

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Welcomed Chairman Jim McGovern to PA-05 as part of a series of events highlighting the reality of hunger in America and ways to combat it

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Celebrated the House’s passage of my Juvenile Justice Act

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Managed debate on the House floor for the National Juneteenth Independence Day Act

Committee Hearings

House Judiciary Committee — Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

House Judiciary — Undoing the Damage of the War on Drugs: A Renewed Call for Sentencing Reform

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House Administration Committee — Oversight Of The January 6th Attack: United States Capitol Police Containment Emergency Response Team And First Responders Unit 6/16

House Judiciary Committee — Secrecy Orders and Prosecuting Leaks: Potential Legislative Responses to Deter Prosecutorial Abuse of Power

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What else you might have missed:

Celebrated Pride Month

Listen to the discussion I joined with Billy Penn about the challenges transgender Americans face and how we can address them through legislation like the Equality Act here.

Hosted a press conference to remind non-filers that it’s not too late to sign up to receive the Child Tax Credit

Ran into Dreamers (including a constituent!) outside the Capitol

Celebrated Juneteenth with friends and neighbors around the district

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

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