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ENG: Raymond Eugene "Gene" Green (born October 17, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for Texas's 29th congressional district, serving since 1993. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes most of eastern Houston, along with large portions of Houston's eastern suburbs. Early life, education, and early career Green was born in Houston and he graduated from the University of Houston, earning a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1971 and a law degree in 1977. He held positions as a business manager and a private attorney prior to his election to Congress. Texas legislature Green was first elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1972. He was elected to the Texas Senate in 1985. U.S. House of Representatives Elections Green was first elected ...
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Rep. Green Leads Effort to Increase Offshore Drilling


Congressman Gene Green (D-TX) and Congressman Bill Flores (R-Texas), along with Robert Wittman (R-Va.) and Jim Costa (D-Calif.), sent a joint bipartisan letter with 182 Member signatures to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar expressing strong support in the House for the consideration of new and expanded access to the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) for the production of oil and natural gas in the Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Plan for 2012-2017. Even with limited data, the Department of Interior estimates 86 billion barrels of oil and 420 trillion cubic feet of gas remain in undiscovered ...


Rep. Green comments on State of the Union speech


Following President Obama’s State of the Union speech tonight, Congressman Gene Green issued the following statement: “The greatest priority for Congress is creating jobs so I was glad to hear President Obama address this as a major priority of his. I strongly agree that we need to focus on strengthening our economy for the long haul so that we don’t continue to experience boom-and-bust economic cycles where the schemes of a wealthy few devastate the lives of millions of middle class families. Our job base in the 29th District is largely based on manufacturing and energy ...


Green: Shots Fired At Congressman's Houston Office


Two shots were fired at the windows of Rep. Gene Green's (D-Texas) office in Houston on Tuesday morning, according to a spokeswoman for the lawmaker. Houston's Fox News affiliate reports: There were no injuries, and the congressman was not in his office at the time. A spokeswoman tells FOX 26 News police were called just after 11 a.m. to the 200 block of North Sam Houston Parkway East. Workers in the building originally thought they heard a car backfiring. That's when they discovered a broken window. ... Source: huffingtonpost.com


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Texas lawmakers introduce bill to prevent nuclear weapons in Iran
The legislation also supports the need for more economic sanctions against Iran if it does not meet the terms of last month's interim agreement -- in which the Obama Administration and Iran agreed to negotiate a deal over Iran's nuclear program within the next six months.
Gene Green introduces bill to protect public health
“For decades, antibiotics have been taken for granted, but their effectiveness is waning and the pipeline for new drugs is running dry," Green said. "We need to invest in new, effective antibiotic therapies in order to combat serious and life-threatening drug-resistant infections."



 
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