Congressman Brady Joins Philadelphia NAACP and DA Seth Williams to urge passage of National Criminal Justice Commission Act of 2010
Congressman Bob Brady joined Philadelphia NAACP President Jerry Mondesire and Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams at the site of the Liberty Bell in support of the National Criminal Justice Commission Act of 2010.
Congressman Brady announces retroactive pay deadline for soldiers and veterans affected by Stop Loss
Congressman Robert A. Brady echoed the President's announcement that service members whose service was extended under stop loss orders in Iraq and Afghanistan have until October 21, 2010 to apply for retroactive pay.
Congressman Bob Brady (D., PA) said he applauds today's launch of HealthCare.gov. "The website is absolutely necessary and it is the most comprehensive resource about health care available."
Congressman Bob Brady (D., PA) is taking part in a House Democrats New Media Competition between Members who are battling to see who can gain the largest following on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube combined.
Congressman Brady selects Creative Arts and Performing Arts High School senior's artwork for display in the Congressional High School Art Competition
Congressman Robert A. Brady has selected the artwork of Cornelius Hawes, a senior at Creative Arts and Performing Arts High School (CAPA) to represent the First Congressional District in the 29th annual Congressional High School Art Competition.
Congressman Bob Brady has taken on Congressman Dan Lipinksi in a friendly bet involving the Stanley Cup.
Congressman Bob Brady was on hand for the launch and dedication ceremony of the Wills Eye Institute's, state-of-the-art, mobile diagnostic unit.
House Administration Chairman Robert A. Brady joined today with Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), Congressman Mike Castle (R-DE) and Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC), to announce the introduction of H.R. 5175 - The DISCLOSE Act. H.R. 5175 is in response to the recent, broadly criticized Supreme Court decision in the Citizens United vs. FEC case.
Congressman Robert A. Brady, chairman of the Committee on House Administration, hosted a presentation for historian and collector Dr. Charles L. Blockson in honor of the donation of his collection of Harriet Tubman artifacts to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Congressman Brady celebrates unveiling of Pathways Out of Poverty program at Community College of Philadelphia.
Congressman Brady attended the unveiling of a $3.1 million Pathways Out of Poverty training program at the Community College of Philadelphia. This program will provide training to low income residents in the rapidly growing energy efficiency and green manufacturing jobs.