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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 Statement on His Refusal to Attend the Joint Session of Congress
(Washington, DC)--On Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Rep. Al Green (TX-09) released the following statement: “Although my desire was to attend tonight’s Joint Session of Congress, I cannot in good conscience do so given the action taken one day ago by the now Trump Justice Department to withdraw its longstanding claim that the Texas Voter ID law intentionally discriminated against minorities. My action is more than a refusal to attend the joint session, it is my resistance and protestation to the normalization and legitimization of our President’s harmful behavior. Whether by accident or design, the Justice Department is providing Texas with the cover it needs to avoid being placed back under federal supervision, which is what a finding of intentional discrimination could lead to. It appears that the Obama Justice Department, which sought to prevent discrimination, has become the Trump Injustice Department which seeks to protect those who discriminate.”
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Congressman Al Green: Trumped-Up Charges Won't Make America Great
(Washington, DC)--On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, Congressman Al Green (TX-09) released the following statement: “Trumped-up wiretapping charges against President Obama are more about fear and intimidation than distractive accusations. This nonsensical effort to frame President Obama sends a very clear message to all that our President can and will (without presenting necessary credible evidence) use the bully pulpit to harm anyone. Our President’s mean-spirited behavior will cause persons with legitimate critiques of his actions to not only pause but also cease and desist. These accusations will cause some legislators and administrators to act out of fear of the President rather than respect for the President. Fear and intimidation may trump good administration and meaningful legislation. The use of the presidential bully pulpit is commonplace in a great nation. However, to have a President who is an unbridled bully using the ultimate pulpit has no place in our great nation. Hence, we
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