Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, issued the following statement today regarding his vote in support of H.R. 4038, the American SAFE Act of 2015.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, today introduced legislation that would defund the Syrian refugee resettlement program and help keep the American people safe.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today sent a letter to President Barack Obama demanding he stop the refugee resettlement program for Syrian refugees due to national security concerns.
Staff members from the Office of Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-1) will hold office hours in each of the six counties that make up Alabama’s First Congressional District between November 17 and November 19.
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On November 13, humanity paused as we learned of a string of terror attacks in Paris, France. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks, which killed over 125 innocent people. These men and women were simply heading to a sporting event, enjoying dinner at an outdoor café, or watching a concert. Common activities we all take part in.
Last week we celebrated Veterans Day, and we honored the men and women who have served in the United States military. These are the individuals who throughout our nation’s history have put country above themselves.
I’ve written many times about the need for Congress to pass a reliable, long-term bill to fund our nation’s highway system. I’ve considered this one of my top priorities in Congress because of how important a new highway bill would be for our area.
It has been said that one of the hardest jobs around is being a teacher. Even though it may be hard, teaching is one of the most important professions. Teachers have the great responsibility of training the next generation in our society.
When Republicans took control of the Senate last year, we looked forward to sending commonsense, conservative bills to the President’s desk. This process would put pressure on the President to decide whether he would sign or veto the bills.