Congressman Bradley Byrne, Chairman of the House Workforce Protections Subcommittee, issued the following statement in response to today’s decision by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to overturn the 2015 Browning-Ferris Industries decision that expanded the joint-employer standard.
Congressman Bradley Byrne led a group of colleagues in urging for a provision important to Gulf Coast states be included in the final tax reform legislation.
Congressman Bradley Byrne today voted in favor of H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. Byrne is a co-sponsor of the important Second Amendment legislation.
Congressman Bradley Byrne, a former labor and employment attorney with decades of experience handling sexual harassment claims in the private sector, issued the following statement in response to House passage of a resolution to require all Members of Congress and their staff to complete anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today celebrated passage of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, the first major overhaul of our nation’s tax code since 1986. The bill passed by a vote of 227 to 205.
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The Second Amendment is clear: “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Despite what some may try to argue, the Second Amendment makes clear that the federal government cannot prevent individuals from owning firearms.
In Alabama, we have a lot to be proud of. From our best-in-the-nation Pre-K programs to our championship caliber football teams to our booming economy, there is no shortage of things for our residents to take pride in.
I understand why people are so frustrated with politics these days. The American people want action, and it may not seem like much is actually getting accomplished. I share those concerns, but my frustration is not connected to my work in the House of Representatives.
As we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, I want to put the political debates of today aside and take time to reflect on the many blessings that we all-too-often take for granted. As I sat down to write this column, four very distinct blessings came to my mind.
When I ran for Congress, I made clear that I wanted to be a workhorse, not a showhorse. That means my focus has been on actually getting results instead of just talking about problems. We were able to get a big result last week when the House passed my bill, the Save Local Business Act.