From flood insurance to Red Snapper to the RESTORE Act, I have made it a priority to advocate on behalf of Coastal Alabamians. As a member of the Coastal Communities Caucus, I have continually fought for Alabama's coastal economy. In fact, I introduced H.R. 981, the Red Snapper Regulatory Refrom Act. This commonsense bill would repeal inflexible quotas and empower the Gulf States.
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Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) issued the following statement following the announcement of the discovery of the wreckage of the Clotilda, the last ship to deliver enslaved Africans to the United States, in the Mobile River channel near Africatown.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) issued the following statement in response to annual Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA) funding disbursement announced this week.
As the weather continues to warm and summer temperatures approach, I am reminded of the incredible natural beauty that lies here in Alabama.
For many schools throughout Southwest Alabama, April marked Spring Break for students and teachers, and so many families take advantage of that time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors throughout our state.
Last week, I was honored to host some of our local mayors, city councilmembers, and city officials from Southwest Alabama in Washington to hear about what they do every day for our communities.
I am a firm believer that the best people to run our towns and our communities are not the bureaucrats in Washington or the federal government. The best people to do that are the people who live, work, and play in the same place as their neighbors they represent. That is why I come home to Southwest Alabama every weekend, to be in touch with the people I serve in Washington.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) issued the following statement in response to Alabama announcing that the 2019 Red Snapper for recreational fishermen will take place on three-day weekends (Friday-Sunday) from June 1st through July 28th, including July 4th.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today sent a letter to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) urging support for the State of Alabama’s 2019 Red Snapper season.
Byrne said: “Alabama showed last year that we can successfully manage our own recreational Red Snapper season, and I hope NOAA will soon approve the 2019 season to ensure our fishermen are given an adequate opportunity to fish for Red Snapper.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today announced legislation to ensure members of the Coast Guard and Coast Guard retirees are paid during the current government shutdown.
The bill, known as the Always Ready Act, was formally introduced by Congressman Byrne on January 9th and provides funding for members of the Coast Guard and Coast Guard retirees.
With 2018 behind us, it is time to start looking at what you can expect from Washington in 2019. Under Republican leadership, we in Congress aimed to make America better off, and thanks to our many victories through conservative policies, we accomplished that goal.
Under Democrat control, there is no telling what craziness will come out of the House of Representatives.
2018 was a landmark year in many ways for Alabama and the United States. From defense funding to town halls, agriculture to Red Snapper, there was much to celebrate this year and much to anticipate in the next. Join me as we take a look back at the past year.
I kicked things off in January by celebrating my 100th Town Hall Meeting in Grove Hill. I always enjoy meeting the folks in our area and hearing about the issues that matter most to them. This year, I hosted 25 town hall meetings throughout Southwest Alabama.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today celebrated news that the Army Corps of Engineers is dedicating $4 million to place dredge material in the expanded Sand Island Beneficial Use Area (SIBUA). The Army Corps also obtained environmental clearances to expand the SIBUA.