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Rep. Bill Keller joined his colleagues on the House Appropriations Committee as they listened to testifiers during Day Two of the state budget hearings.

Rep. Bill Keller joined his colleagues on the House Appropriations Committee as they listened to testifiers during Day Two of the state budget hearings.



Keller Attends Budget Hearing

Rep. Bill Keller joined his colleagues on the House Appropriations Committee as they listened to testifiers during Day Two of the state budget hearings.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, stands with his colleagues on the steps of the state Capitol in Harrisburg on June 8, 2016 to highlight Pa.'s new ignition interlock law, Act 33 of 2016. The law, passed in May after 6 years of effort and advocacy, will require most first-time offenders of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) to install ignition interlocks on their vehicles for at least one year.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, stands with his colleagues on the steps of the state Capitol in Harrisburg on June 8, 2016 to highlight Pa.'s new ignition interlock law, Act 33 of 2016. The law, passed in May after 6 years of effort and advocacy, will require most first-time offenders of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) to install ignition interlocks on their vehicles for at least one year.



Rep. Bill Keller supports Pa.'s ignition interlock law

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, stands with his colleagues on the steps of the state Capitol in Harrisburg on June 8, 2016 to highlight Pa.'s new ignition interlock law, Act 33 of 2016. The law, passed in May after 6 years of effort and advocacy, will require most first-time offenders of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) to install ignition interlocks on their vehicles for at least one year.

This morning I spoke for Charter Schools, their rights, and for funding to keep schools alive.

This morning I spoke for Charter Schools, their rights, and for funding to keep schools alive.



Keystone Alliance for Public Charter Schools

This morning I spoke for Charter Schools, their rights, and for funding to keep schools alive.

Rep. Bill Keller is pleased to present a check from the Bridge Educational Foundation to University of Scranton student Joseph Crecelius.

Rep. Bill Keller is pleased to present a check from the Bridge Educational Foundation to University of Scranton student Joseph Crecelius.



Keller Bridge Foundation Check

Rep. Bill Keller is pleased to present a check from the Bridge Educational Foundation to University of Scranton student Joseph Crecelius.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, asks questions during the House Appropriations Committee state budget hearing for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, asks questions during the House Appropriations Committee state budget hearing for the 2016-17 fiscal year.



Rep. Bill Keller speaks at House Transportation Committee budget hearing

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila. and Democratic Chairman of the House Transportation Committee, asks questions during the House Appropriations Committee state budget hearing for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

Rep. Bill Keller speaks at a news conference talking about a new ocean route arriving at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia, which allows for the first time fresh produce, meat, beer, and electronics traveling directly from the Gulf of Mexico to Philadelphia.

Rep. Bill Keller speaks at a news conference talking about a new ocean route arriving at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia, which allows for the first time fresh produce, meat, beer, and electronics traveling directly from the Gulf of Mexico to Philadelphia.



Keller SeaLand Atlantico Ocean Route

Rep. Bill Keller speaks at a news conference talking about a new ocean route arriving at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia, which allows for the first time fresh produce, meat, beer, and electronics traveling directly from the Gulf of Mexico to Philadelphia.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., presents a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation to Eugene 'Smitty' Smith, marking Smith's retirement from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). Smith served as a driver for more than 36 years, never using a sick day.

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., presents a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation to Eugene "Smitty" Smith, marking Smith's retirement from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). Smith served as a driver for more than 36 years, never using a sick day.



Citation presentation to SEPTA employee

Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., presents a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation to Eugene "Smitty" Smith, marking Smith's retirement from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). Smith served as a driver for more than 36 years, never using a sick day.

Rep. Bill Keller, Democratic Chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee, asks a question during public hearing about equal pay for women in the workplace. He is a sponsor of House Bill 1890, which would better define the factors employers could use to set different wages for employees.

Rep. Bill Keller, Democratic Chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee, asks a question during public hearing about equal pay for women in the workplace. He is a sponsor of House Bill 1890, which would better define the factors employers could use to set different wages for employees.



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Rep. Bill Keller, Democratic Chairman of the House Labor and Industry Committee, asks a question during public hearing about equal pay for women in the workplace. He is a sponsor of House Bill 1890, which would better define the factors employers could use to set different wages for employees.

State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti girls' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.

State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti girls' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.



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State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti girls' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.

State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti boys' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.

State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti boys' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.



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State Rep. Bill Keller welcomed the Neumann-Goretti boys' basketball team to state Capitol April 29 and presented the young athletes and their coaches with House citations to commemorate their 2013-14 victories on the court. Keller spoke about the team's accomplishments in the House chamber during legislative session.

State Rep. Bill Keller hosts a public hearing to shed light on demolition industry practices that may have led to the deadly June 5 commercial building collapse in Philadelphia, which claimed the lives of six people and seriously injured others.

State Rep. Bill Keller hosts a public hearing to shed light on demolition industry practices that may have led to the deadly June 5 commercial building collapse in Philadelphia, which claimed the lives of six people and seriously injured others.



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State Rep. Bill Keller hosts a public hearing to shed light on demolition industry practices that may have led to the deadly June 5 commercial building collapse in Philadelphia, which claimed the lives of six people and seriously injured others.

State Rep. Bill Keller has introduced legislation to help avoid sites like this, where a four-story commercial building under demolition collapsed on a one-story adjacent building on June 5 in Philadelphia, claiming the lives of six people and seriously injuring others.

State Rep. Bill Keller has introduced legislation to help avoid sites like this, where a four-story commercial building under demolition collapsed on a one-story adjacent building on June 5 in Philadelphia, claiming the lives of six people and seriously injuring others.



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State Rep. Bill Keller has introduced legislation to help avoid sites like this, where a four-story commercial building under demolition collapsed on a one-story adjacent building on June 5 in Philadelphia, claiming the lives of six people and seriously injuring others.

State Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., rallied with hundreds of union workers at the state capitol against legislation that would weaken collective bargaining and threaten the hard-fought rights of all workers across the state.

State Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., rallied with hundreds of union workers at the state capitol against legislation that would weaken collective bargaining and threaten the hard-fought rights of all workers across the state.



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State Rep. Bill Keller, D-Phila., rallied with hundreds of union workers at the state capitol against legislation that would weaken collective bargaining and threaten the hard-fought rights of all workers across the state.

Rep. Bill Keller was recognized by the Fraternal Order of Police, Philadelphia Lodge #5, for his efforts to protect the collective bargaining rights of local police and other municipal workers as versions of H.B. 1828 went between the House and Senate. The new law will help bolster city pension funds, stave off Philadelphia's financial collapse, preserve bargaining rights and prevent worker layoffs. From left to right are: John J. McNesby, FOP#5 president; Rep. Keller; and Eugene Blagmond, FOP#5 political relations.

Rep. Bill Keller was recognized by the Fraternal Order of Police, Philadelphia Lodge #5, for his efforts to protect the collective bargaining rights of local police and other municipal workers as versions of H.B. 1828 went between the House and Senate. The new law will help bolster city pension funds, stave off Philadelphia's financial collapse, preserve bargaining rights and prevent worker layoffs. From left to right are: John J. McNesby, FOP#5 president; Rep. Keller; and Eugene Blagmond, FOP#5 political relations.



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Rep. Bill Keller was recognized by the Fraternal Order of Police, Philadelphia Lodge #5, for his efforts to protect the collective bargaining rights of local police and other municipal workers as versions of H.B. 1828 went between the House and Senate. The new law will help bolster city pension funds, stave off Philadelphia's financial collapse, preserve bargaining rights and prevent worker layoffs. From left to right are: John J. McNesby, FOP#5 president; Rep. Keller; and Eugene Blagmond, FOP#5 political relations.

Rep. Bill Keller, pictured at right, stands with fellow Philadelphia lawmakers to announce their agreement urging the relocation of two planned casinos from the city's waterfront.

Rep. Bill Keller, pictured at right, stands with fellow Philadelphia lawmakers to announce their agreement urging the relocation of two planned casinos from the city's waterfront.



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Rep. Bill Keller, pictured at right, stands with fellow Philadelphia lawmakers to announce their agreement urging the relocation of two planned casinos from the city's waterfront.

Rep. William Keller, D-Phila., considers testimony at a recent Aging and Older Adult Services Committee hearing.

Rep. William Keller, D-Phila., considers testimony at a recent Aging and Older Adult Services Committee hearing.



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Rep. William Keller, D-Phila., considers testimony at a recent Aging and Older Adult Services Committee hearing.

Rep. Keller confers with fellow Philadelphia Rep. Mike O’Brien during the governor's recent budget address.

Rep. Keller confers with fellow Philadelphia Rep. Mike O’Brien during the governor's recent budget address.



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Rep. Keller confers with fellow Philadelphia Rep. Mike O’Brien during the governor's recent budget address.

Rep. Keller meets with newly sworn-in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in Harrisburg.

Rep. Keller meets with newly sworn-in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in Harrisburg.



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Rep. Keller meets with newly sworn-in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in Harrisburg.

Rep. Keller speaks on gaming issues at a Capitol news conference.

Rep. Keller speaks on gaming issues at a Capitol news conference.



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Rep. Keller speaks on gaming issues at a Capitol news conference.

Rep. Keller, vice chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, participates in a hearing on the state Department of Agriculture's 2008-09 budget.

Rep. Keller, vice chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, participates in a hearing on the state Department of Agriculture's 2008-09 budget.



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Rep. Keller, vice chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, participates in a hearing on the state Department of Agriculture's 2008-09 budget.