FROM THE KEYSTONE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA #289* REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVE MIKE KELLY (R-GA) #109 REPUBLICAN BACKS THE PAST ACT ENTIRE PENNSYLVANIA CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION CO-SPONSORING PAST ACT

WASHINGTON, DC  ““  Republican Representative  Mike Kelly  (R-PA)    is co-sponsoring the  PAST ACT  (Prevent All Soring Tactics Act).

REPRESENTATIVE MIKE KELLY (R-PA)

There are now  109 Republicans  backing the proposed legislation.

Elected to Congress in  2011,    Kelly is a former automobile dealer, and represents a District located North of Pittsburgh which borders Lake Erie.

Kelly is active regarding preserving internet freedom.  “Over the past generation, nothing has revolutionized politics, economics, entertainment, business, and basic social interaction across every continent more than the World Wide Web. America has strong interests in ensuring that freedom of speech and commerce remain maximally protected  on the Internet, for the benefit of American citizens as well as for people worldwide.    The bottom line is this: American protection of the Internet has provided reliability and certainty to literally billions of Internet users ““ from individuals to businesses to governments ““ in every corner of the globe.”

An overwhelming  2/3rds    –  66%  ““ of the U. S. House of Representatives now sponsors the  PAST ACT.

 Kelly becomes the  289th  Representatives of  435  Congressmen to co-sponsor the measure which equals  66%  of the United States House of Representatives.The  PAST ACT  has strong  bipartisan  support.  It is endorsed by the  American Horse Council  and the  American Veterinary Medical Association.Momentum is building for a vote on the House Floor.The  PAST ACT  will remove the pads and chains, eliminate the corrupt HIOs and make horse soring a federal felony.
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Nephew Eugene says those TWHBEA members were right on the money when they voted  63%  landslide for passage of the PAST ACT.  Right now the U. S. House is heading toward  67%+.
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* For certain purposes, the total number of Congressman could be argued as #290 due to Congressman Bill Young (R-FL) having co-sponsored the PAST ACT prior to his death, and now his successor Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) has also co-sponsored the PAST ACT.