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ENG: Kevin Patrick Brady (born April 11, 1955) is the U.S. Representative for Texas's 8th congressional district, serving since 1997. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes a large swath of suburban and rural territory around Houston and Beaumont. Early life, education and career Brady was born in Vermillion, South Dakota, one of five children of William and Nancy Brady. His father, a lawyer, was killed in 1967 in a courtroom shooting in Rapid City when Brady was 12 years old. Brady graduated from the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, where he also became a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. A chamber of commerce executive who also served on the Rapid City Common Council, Brady moved to Texas to work for the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and later ...
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Rep. Kevin Brady comments on Keystone permit rejection


From U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady -U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady (R-Texas), the top Republican on the Joint Economic Committee and a senior member of the House Ways & Means Committee, issued the following response to the Obama Administration's decision to reject Canada's Keystone XL pipeline permit. "From an economic standpoint and America’s energy security, this decision makes no sense." said Brady. "The Obama economy continues to struggle and millions of Americans continue to look for work. Why is he turning down jobs in energy, reliably produced in our backyard?" "For three years, the ...


House Republicans vote to put teeth in the STOCK Act


U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) voted yes on a stronger version of the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act (“STOCK” Act). Although the U.S. House already bars insider trading, the law passed today expands the Senate’s STOCK Act to include a broader swath of federal government workers. “The principle here is that no one is above the law. Members of Congress shouldn’t profit from information they have that isn’t available to the public,” says Brady, who does not trade stock. “I get concerned when Congress rushes through a law ...


Brady doubts restrictions will be lifted on Russian-US trade


Kevin Brady, member of the US House of Representatives and head of the Subcommittee on Trade, said on Tuesday that lifting the Jackson-Vanik amendments would be a complicated task for the US Congress, RIA Novosti reports. He explained that the scepticism is based on human rights violations in Russia and its support for Iran. Russia needs to inform about its private sector, business and agriculture, and explain tge benefits of joining the WTO to Obama’s administration to overcome the common mistrust that Congress has. Russia needs to demonstrate its willingness to fulfil its WTO ...


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Kevin Brady: "Over 80 percent of our trade deficit today is with countries that are not trade agreement partners, that are not level playing fields for the United States."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Kevin Brady says more than 80 percent of trade deficit with nations without free-trade agreements with United States U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, R-The Woodlands, last month spoke in support of creating an Emergency Trade Deficit Commission, while noting his hopes for congressional ratification of trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Colombia. "The world has changed," Brady said on the House floor July 28. "It’s not enough to simply buy American; we have to sell American, sell our products and goods and services throughout this world. And in fact, over 80 percent of our trade deficit today is with countries that are not trade agreement partners, that are not level playing fields for the United States; ... >> More



 
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