LAMB MARKS FIRST 100 DAYS OF THE 116TH CONGRESS SERVING CONSTITUENTS OF PENNSYLVANIA’S 17TH DISTRICT
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Representative Conor Lamb (PA-17) marked 100 days of serving the constituents of Pennsylvania's 17th Congressional District since being sworn in to the 116th Congress on January 3rd, and issued a report highlighting the work of his office during this time.
In the first 100 days, Lamb moved quickly to advance legislation that directly impacts the lives of constituents in PA-17. Lamb has introduced four bipartisan bills as lead sponsor, including working with Senator Casey (D-PA) to introduce the bicameral Tax Fairness for Workers Act (H.R. 2103). In addition, Lamb has held multiple town hall events and smaller “Coffee with Conor” events in the District to ensure that constituents could meet him personally to express an opinion, share an idea or ask a question.
"When we work together and stay focused on getting things dones, we can find common ground and make a real difference in people's lives," said Lamb. "That idea has guided me during these first 100 days of this 116th Congress and will continue to guide me as I serve the constituents of Pennsylvania's 17th District."
Click here to view the full report of Lamb’s work during the first 100 days of Congress.