Congressman Bob Brady (D. PA) today visited the Fresh Grocer supermarket at historic Progress Plaza, the nation's first black owned and developed shopping center.
Robert A. Brady, Ranking Democrat on the Committee on House Administration issued the following statement in response to today's House passage of H.R. 359, legislation that terminates the Presidential Election Campaign Fund.
Congressman Robert A. Brady announced he will introduce legislation that would make it a federal crime to make criminal threats against Members of Congress or their staff while performing official duties.
Congressman Brady introduces resolution honoring Einstein, Southwest Airlines and Philadelphia International Airport for their support of families with autistic children
Congressman Brady introduced a resolution that applauds the Einstein Healthcare Network, Southwest Airlines and Philadelphia International Airport for instituting best practices procedures for helping families with autistic children when they are traveling.
Congressman Robert A. Brady (D-PA) announced today that the Logan Community Development Center (CDC) will receive planning support from the National Park Service (NPS) through its Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program to come up with a revitalization plan for the 35-acre blighted Logan Triangle.
Congressman Bob Brady is presented commemorative boxing gloves for his work as a "Democracy Champ" by the Campaign for Fair Elections in front of the Rocky statue at the Philadelphia Art Museum.
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."