Today, Rep. Madeleine Dean denounced President Trump’s emergency declaration at a press conference with House leaders. Rep. Dean’s comments focused on how the President’s declaration threatens military projects across Pennsylvania – and around the world.
Rep. Dean’s remarks, as prepared for delivery:
Rep. Madeleine Dean officially opened her two district offices this week. On Tuesday, February 19, she and her staff held an open house at her Norristown district office (101 East Main Street, Suite A, Norristown, PA), and on Thursday, February 21, held an open house at her Glenside office (115 East Glenside Avenue, Suite 1, Glenside, PA).
Last night, Rep. Madeleine Dean voted to support legislation to fund the government, maintain vital services for the public, and avoid another Trump shutdown. She also adamantly opposed President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency.
Last night, the House Judiciary Committee passed two essential gun safety bills: H.R. 8 requires universal background checks, and H.R. 1112 closes the “Charleston Loophole” by strengthening background check procedures for firearm sales.
Today, Rep. Madeleine Dean reacted to EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler’s announcement of a PFAS Action Plan.
Following the President’s address to Congress, Rep. Madeleine Dean offered her views on the speech.
At today’s State of the Union address, Rep. Madeleine Dean will be joined by Jami Amo, a Willow Grove resident, gun safety activist, and survivor of the 1999 Columbine school shooting.
Recent developments in 3-D printing technology have given rise to a new danger: plastic guns that are undetectable to metal detectors or other detection devices. These technologies have led to concerns that criminals may attempt to use undetectable firearms to circumvent security systems and inflict harm.
Yesterday, Rep. Dean spoke out about reports that the Environmental Protection Agency will not set a national drinking water standard for two PFAS chemicals.
Last week, Rep. Madeleine Dean was appointed to the House Judiciary and Financial Services committees. This week, she received her subcommittee assignments.