Congressman Trent Kelly has first piece of legislation pass US House


Kelly sees first bill clear U.S. House
The first bill authored by the region’s freshman congressman has passed the U.S. House of Representatives.
Rep. Trent Kelly, a Republican, introduced the legislation, H.R. 4332, in January. It passed the House Tuesday on a voice vote.
Kelly has now been in office almost a year after winning a special election last June. In November’s election, he’ll stand for a full term, facing Democratic opponent Jacob Owens.
H.R. 4332 is intended to ensure that small businesses have an opportunity to competitively bid for federal contracts, according to Kelly.
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