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June 29, 2019

Advancing Innovation in Carbon Capture Technologies

As the lead Republican sponsor of the USE IT Act in the House, we were pleased that the Senate has passed this bipartisan bill to boost the development of carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration technologies. We have been working to reduce carbon emissions by innovating existing technologies and this legislation will help. It is critical Congress addresses this problem by finding middle ground. Earlier this week, I was able to present to staffers from both sides of aisle at the Global CCS Carbon Lunch. It was great sharing our office’s effort to find bipartisan solutions to climate change that include the innovation that the USE IT Act pushes for.

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Welcoming our Future Engineers to Congress

It was a pleasure to welcome young West Virginians interested in engineering from Brooke High School and University High School! They were in Washington D.C. competing in the National Robotics Competition. Congress could use some more problem-solvers. You have made us all proud!

 Rural Development Grant Awarded to Tyler Co.
On Thursday, the House pass funding for the humanitarian crisis at the border. With almost half of a million people crossing our southern border in the last three months, it is impossible to deny that we are facing a humanitarian crisis. For too long Speaker Pelosi had been playing politics – finally this much-needed relief will go to help Border Patrol address this emergency.

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Rural Development Grant Awarded to Tyler Co.

We were very excited to hear the Tyler County Public Service District has received a $463,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development program to upgrade sewer equipment. Maintaining rural infrastructure is crucial not only for America’s rural population, but for the millions who depend on the roads, crops, and economic output from rural America. Congratulations to the Tyler County PSD on receiving this grant and our office will continue to fight for infrastructure investments across West Virginia.

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Fighting for a Cure

I would like to thank constituent advocates for coming in to talk about pancreatic cancer and the research for a cure. Congress has a vital role in providing funding for the National Institutes of Health and other institutions working diligently to find treatments and research a cure for this terrible disease.

In the News This Week

McKinley praised for Peace Corps support: The State Journal

New NETL supercomputer, research facility to boost WV's energy productivity: The State Journal

‘Common-Sense Bills’ Seek to Dismantle Home Health Therapy Barriers: Home Healthcare News

McKinley Thanked: The Intelligencer


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