If you are like me, you have probably seen story after story about how dysfunctional Washington, D.C. has become. By the way some of these article sound, you would expect Republicans and Democrats probably couldn’t even be in the same room with one another.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) today announced that he had made a friendly wager on the SEC Football Championship game with one of his Missouri colleagues in the House of Representatives, Congressman Jason Smith (MO-8).
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) today voted in support of legislation to give disabled Americans a new option for handling financial struggles.
H.R. 647, the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, allows for disabled Americans to have tax-free savings accounts to cover certain qualified expenses including education, housing and transportation.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) and other members of the House Natural Resource Committee will hold a hearing on Thursday to examine the management of the Red Snapper fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.
As the old adage goes, you can’t fully understand something until you experience it yourself. That is why I committed earlier this year to visit each hospital in Alabama’s First Congressional District. From Monroe County Hospital in Monroeville to North Baldwin Infirmary in Bay Minette, I am proud to have now visited sixteen hospitals in total.
In many ways, Thanksgiving marks the official start of the holiday season. With it comes all the hustle and bustle: making sure we have the right gift for our loved ones, cooking family-favorite meals, and traveling to visit old friends and family members.
Through all the pomp and circumstance, we shouldn’t forget the whole reason for the holiday: to give thanks.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, issued the following statement in response to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation announcement today.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) issued the following statement in response to Secretary of State John Kerry’s announcement that talks over Iran’s nuclear program will be extended for seven months. This marks the second time the talks have been extended.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) tonight issued the following statement in response to President Barack Obama’s decision to go forward with executive action on immigration.
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