Rep. Joyce joins discussion on nation’s supply chains

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U.S. Rep. John Joyce (R-PA) recently joined Congressional leaders, President Joe Biden, and Vice President Kamala Harris in a discussion on America’s supply chains.

“Today, I went to the White House to stand up for the people of Pennsylvania and our commonsense priorities,” Joyce said. “Resilient supply chains are key for America’s success in the 21st century, particularly for Pennsylvania’s robust manufacturing and medical industries. Strengthening our supply chains for technology, medicines, automobiles, defense weapon systems, and other vital materials will secure American jobs for American workers, benefit hardworking families that rely on these items, and bolster our national security. Instead of relying on the Chinese Communist Party for rare earth metals, we should be sourcing these vital materials from mineral-rich western Pennsylvania and other regions across our great nation.”

Joyce served last year on the China Task Force, which aimed to secure the nation’s medical supply chain.

“I will always hold President Biden accountable when he goes astray,” he said, “but I will not turn away from good faith opportunities to create jobs for hardworking Pennsylvanians, strengthen our national security, and counter the growing threat of the Chinese Communist Party.”