February 16, 2011 (Washington, DC): Democratic Members of the House Administration Committee today issued a call for colleagues to oppose the Cole Amendment, to H.R. 1 – The Continuing Resolution. The Amendment eliminates the Presidential Public Campaign Fund, under the guise of cost savings.
Washington, DC (February 8, 2011): House Administration Ranking Democrat Robert A. Brady issued the following statement today:
Washington, DC (January 26, 2011): 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:
Washington, DC (January 19, 2011): House Administration Committee Ranking Member Robert A. Brady issued the following statement today:
“I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to DanMulhollan, Director of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) on his announced retirement.
Washington, DC (January 18, 2011): House Administration Committee Democrats today voiced support for H.R.292 , Stop the OverPrinting Act, sponsored by Rep. Christopher Lee (R-NY).
Washington, DC (Thursday, December 9th, 2010): Rep. Robert A. Brady issued the following statement today on being elected Ranking Democratic Member for the Committee on House Administration:
As a staunch advocate for strong, accountable stewardship of hard earned taxpayer dollars, I applaud any effort to responsibly address this concern. I travel back and forth to my District in Philadelphia on a daily basis, and I spend a large portion of every day listening to constituents as they voice their concerns about our economy and the real impact that it has on their day-to-day lives.
Brady Applauds House Officer Selections
Washington, DC (December 15, 2010): House Administration Chairman Robert A. Brady applauded incoming Speaker John Boehner’s recent decision to nominate Wilson (Bill) Livingood as House Sergeant at Arms and Daniel J. Strodel as Chief Administrative Officer:
STATEMENT FROM CHAIRMAN ROBERT A. BRADY ON THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM J. BOARMAN FOR U.S. PUBLIC PRINTER