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ENG: Alexander N. "Al" Green (September 1, 1947) is the U.S. Representative from Texas' 9th congressional district. The district includes most of southwestern Houston, including most of that city's share of Fort Bend County. It also includes most of Missouri City. Early life and career Green was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He attended FAMU and transferred to Tuskegee University, from which he earned a bachelor's degree. He later went on to receive his Juris Doctor in 1974 from Texas Southern University. After receiving his law degree and being admitted to the Texas Bar, he remained in Houston and currently lives in the Alief community. In 1978, Green was elected Justice of the Peace in Harris County, Texas in the Precinct 7, Place Two position. He held this position for 26 ...
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Another day, another gaggle of Texans flocks to the Potomac

It was an action-packed blur for Texans in Washington last week as a two-week redistricting trial in federal court wound down and Lone Star State politicians had cameo appearances at the State of the Union address. San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro was invited by President Barack Obama to sit with the first lady in the coveted guest box above a joint session of Congress during the speech. Castro dismissed political motives for his invitation to the partisan-tinged event, suggesting the White House picked him as “a reflection of San Antonio’s economic strength.” San ...

Congressmen kick off Black History Month

Two United States Congressmen were in Wilmington Sunday for a celebration to kick off Black History Month. Rep. Mike McIntyre and Texas Rep. Al Green were joined by hundreds of local residents and political figures at Wilmington City Hall for the 16th annual commemoration. "This is a special occasion," Rep. McIntyre said. "Every year we have anywhere form 300 to 400 people come from all over southeastern North Carolina. There's no event quite like it." From honoring those who made history to celebrating those who are making history, event host Rep. McIntyre says Sunday's black history ...

Al Green Joins McIntyre at Black History Commemoration

On Sunday, January 29, U.S. Representative Mike McIntyre hosted U.S. Representative Al Green of Texas at the annual Southeastern North Carolina Black History Month Celebration in Wilmington. Congressman Green,who represents the Houston area, has had a long and distinguished career fighting for working men and women. Law school instructor, founder and manager of his own legal firm, Justice of the Peace, and President of the Houston NAACP, Green has earned the praise of many for his legal analysis, character, and ability to work with people of different backgrounds. ... Source: ...

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Congressman Al Green Attends the National Museum of African American History and Culture Dedication Ceremony
(Washington, DC)—On Saturday, September 24, 2016, Congressman Al Green (TX-09), the sponsor of H. Res 597, the Original Black History Month Resolution, attended the National Museum of African American History and Culture Dedication Ceremony. The museum is a part of the Smithsonian Institution and seeks to better illustrate American history through the exhibition of the African-American experience. “The National Museum of African American History and Culture evinces the empirical evidence of why we must remind America that ‘Black Lives Matter.’ The museum chronicles the lives and stories of African Americans, who were enslaved, disenfranchised, lynched, and robbed of equal protection under the law. It shows centuries of efforts to obfuscate, obscure, and bury the truth about the daily lives, struggles, and contributions of African Americans,” Congressman Al Green said. “Those who, with malice aforethought, tried to bury the true history of African Americans in an earthly gra
Congressman Al Green’s Statement on the Financial Services Committee’s Hearing on Wells Fargo Opening Unauthorized Customer Accounts
(Washington, DC)—On Thursday, September 29, 2016, Congressman Al Green (TX-09), Ranking Member of the Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, released the following statement on the Financial Services Committee’s Hearing on Wells Fargo’s opening of unauthorized customer accounts. “With second quarter earnings of $5.6 billion, their recent and most profitable quarter ever, the Wells Fargo fiasco is not about need, it is about greed. It is about the same kind of greed that created the destructive use of no-document loans, negative amortization, interest-only loans, pre-payment penalties that coincided with teaser rates, and credit default swaps (so-called exotic products), all of which created the Great Recession’s housing bubble and golden parachutes for many top executives. “Wells Fargo’s cross-selling has become its cross-selling bank bubble. Wells Fargo used cross-selling to give a false impression of customer growth that enticed consumers to pu
Congressmen Al Green and John Culberson Pass Amendments to Prioritize Flood Mitigation Projects
(Washington, DC)—Representatives John Culberson (TX-07) and Al Green (TX-09) passed amendments to the Water Resources Development Act of 2016. The amendments would expedite Project Brays Bayou, a major flood mitigation project in Houston, and give priority to Army Corps of Engineers' flood mitigation projects in areas that have received a disaster declaration and where there has been loss of life. Houston residents have suffered through two major flood events in the last 18 months. Many of the residents surrounding Brays Bayou experienced damage to their homes and businesses in both floods. It is imperative for Project Brays to be completed as quickly as possible to prevent any further damage during future flood events.   “Houstonians have truly suffered with the loss of their homes and businesses during the last two major flood events. My amendment will expedite completion of Brays Bayou, which will remove 29,000 homes and businesses from the one percent floodplain,” Rep. Culb
Congressmen Al Green and Ted Poe Introduce Bipartisan Resolution to Recognize October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month
(Washington, DC)—On Thursday, September 22, 2016, Congressmen Al Green (TX-09) and Ted Poe (TX-02) introduced a resolution to raise awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence in our society by recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Currently, the resolution has 15 bipartisan co-sponsors. “Domestic violence is not simply a personal or family issue,” said Congressman Ted Poe. “As a community, we must work together to send a clear message: domestic violence is socially unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Our society and country must recognize the devastating effects of domestic violence and do everything in our power to put an end to this nightmare.  As a lifelong advocate for victims, I encourage Congress to speak out against this crime not just during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but throughout the year.” Since 1987, the month of October has been observed as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. During this time, organizations wor

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