Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL), a member of the House Education and the Workforce Committee and a labor attorney, issued the following statement in response to the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) decision redefining the definition of an “employer.”
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) will launch an “Ag Matters” tour of farms and timberland throughout the First Congressional District on August 27th and August 28th.
The hearing, titled, “Redefining ‘Employer’ and the Impact on Alabama’s Workers and Small Business Owners,” will take place at the University of South Alabama Student Center Ballroom, 350 Campus Drive in Mobile, Alabama.
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You often hear a lot about how the United States economy is becoming more and more dependent on manufacturing. The same holds true for us here in South Alabama with big companies like Airbus and Austal setting up operations in our area.
Ronald Reagan once said that the friendship between the United States and Israel is “based on historic moral and strategic ties, as well as our shared dedication to democracy." With that in mind, I recently traveled to Israel with a Congressional delegation in an effort to strengthen the partnership between our two countries.
Growing up, my mother always told me that no one likes a complainer. We all remember that friend who always whined or complained about everything from their food to the rules of the backyard football game.
The House of Representatives may be in recess until September 8, but that certainly does not mean I will be taking time off. In fact, the August District Work Period is about meeting with people from all across the First Congressional District.
At this very moment, the national debt sits at over $18 trillion dollars, and it shows no signs of going down anytime soon. Our spending problems are reaching crisis level, and we are set to leave behind a catastrophe for the next generation.