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  • Congressman McKinley Hosts Discussion With Veterans

    Issues such as health care and post-traumatic stress disorder were some of the key discussions veterans had with Congressman David McKinley.

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  • Congressman McKinley Addresses WV Healthcare Concerns

    Congressman David McKinley is addressing West Virginians' concerns with the proposed American Health Care Act. He says the new legislation will continue to cover pre-existing conditions and allow children to remain on their parents insurance until age 26. McKinley wants to find ways to maintain coverage for the 180,000 people in the state who are not insured because of the Medicaid expansion. "I think we wanna make sure that those people can stay on that plan because providing accessibility to healthcare is very important," Congressman McKinley said after a roundtable discussion in Morgantown on Monday. "When we have 29% of our population in West Virginia on Medicaid, this is no the time to pull the rug out from under them." The Congressman also expressed his commitment to making healthcare premiums more affordable. "What's driving me on this is the fact that it's become not affordable," he said. "When people have a $12,000 deductible we better address this issue. Not a year from now, but as quickly as we can. " Congressman McKinley says the legislation has a long way to go before it's passed and changes can be made.

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  • McKinley named Vice Chairman of Subcommittee on Environment

    The state's 1st Congressional District representative, a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee since 2011, has been selected to be vice chairman of the Subcommittee on Environment.

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Press Releases

  • McKinley: Invest in Energy Infrastructure to Create New Jobs

    Washington, D.C. –Congressman David B. McKinley, P.E., (WV-1) introduced legislation to examine the feasibility and economic benefits of an Appalachian ethane storage hub.

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  • McKinley, Doyle Introduce Legislation to Advance Clean Energy

    Washington, D.C. – Representatives David B. McKinley, P.E., (WV-1), and Mike Doyle (PA-14) introduced legislation to that promotes clean energy by advancing carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technology and increasing accountability at the Department of Energy. "We need a national bipartisan energy plan that prioritizes research and efficiency so that America can reclaim the mantle of energy leadership on the world stage. Our legislation will facilitate the advancement of clean coal research and technology towards large scale demonstration and commercial use," said Congressman McKinley. "This bill will allow funds from the Department of Energy to be spent on the most promising technologies that produce clean energy while increasing accountability in the federal government. I'd like to thank Congressman Doyle for all of his hard work on this legislation and I look forward to seeing our bill advance through the House," Congressman McKinley said. "I have long been a supporter of CCUS and believe we need to continue developing technologies that combat climate change," Congressman Doyle said. "CCUS technologies are on the front line of that battle, and we're working to advance these areas of research and expedite their application to solving problems in the real world. "Accordingly, I'm proud to reintroduce this commonsense, bipartisan legislation with my colleague Representative McKinley and hope we're able to continue making progress in this area," said Congressman Doyle.

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  • McKinley Hails Announcement of Permanent Fix for Miners' Healthcare

    Washington, D.C. – Chairman of the Congressional Coal Caucus, David B. McKinley, P.E., (WV-1), welcomed the announcement that legislation he's sponsored to permanently extend healthcare benefits for tens of thousands of miners and their families, will be voted on this week. If Congress does not take action, over 22,000 people will begin to lose their healthcare coverage.

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