The Surface Transportation Board declined to get involved in the Texas Central Railway proposed High-Speed Rail project. This is the answer Congressman Brady led the fight for and its the first victory in a long battle to ensure that Texas, not Washington, decides the fate of a project hurting our rural communities and landowners.
Nestled amid the Great Piney Wood forest, the 8th Congressional District of Texas includes all of Montgomery, Walker, Houston, San Jacinto, Trinity, Grimes, Madison, and parts of Leon and Harris counties.
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In this week’s Monday Morning Memo podcast, U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady takes on the Obama administration’s plan to use confidential IRS data to harass Americans who legally chose not to sign up for ObamaCare, shocking citizenship fraud. READ MORE
“40 Days for Life is about lifting up voices, hearts and prayers that life matters,” Brady said. “It’s peaceful. The prayers are full of love for the innocent unborn, the mom who is going through a tough time, and the people inside, including the doctors.
“It’s about connecting with the community to have them think a moment about the innocent unborn.”
“DHS must begin using the modern digital fingerprint tools necessary to ensure that those seeking to live and work in America are fully screened. As long as terrorists and criminals use 21st Century technology to do us harm, relying on 20th Century technology to stop them just won’t cut it. ” READ MORE
U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, R-The Woodlands, a former chamber of commerce executive, spoke at the presentation, supporting the JCN’s efforts and condemning the “red tape” that he said the government creates, making it difficult to run a small business in this country.
Brady, who chairs the influential Ways and Means Committee, which forms legislation on taxes and trade, said that he has worked to reform the tax code and promote a plan to restructure the Internal Revenue Service.
“We’re focused on creating a tax code built for growth (of businesses),” Brady said. “We want to make the tax code so fair and so simple that you can file on a postcard.”
Brady believes that the work the JCN is doing to get small business employees informed and engaged is vital in enacting reforms of the system.
In this week’s Monday Morning Memo podcast, what is happening with our troop pay raise, as the House votes to stop any further transfers from the terrorist prison at Guantanamo Bay, make the VA more accountable, and repeal an ObamaCare tax hitting seniors and the middle class. READ MORE