From day one, President Trump has undermined him on Twitter, criticized him publicly, and prevented him from having a seat at the table with foreign leaders. When the news broke of his firing, I wasn’t surprised. But, I am deeply disturbed.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressmen Marc Veasey (TX-33) and Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13), co-chairs of the Blue Collar Caucus, released the following statement after Democrat Conor Lamb connected with blue collar workers in a special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13), a Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, released the following statement in response to the firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13) led a letter joined by 18 House Democrats to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director L. Francis Cissna opposing the agency’s recent decision to remove the words “United States as a nation of immigrants” from its mission statement. After sending the letter, Boyle released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – Last night, the U.S. Senate passed Congressman Brendan F. Boyle’s (PA-13) bill, H.R.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13), House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joseph Crowley (NY-14), Vice Chair Linda Sánchez (CA-38), and ten fellow co-chairs of the Democratic Caucus Jobs for America Task Forces announced the introduction of H.R. 5137, the Buy America 2.0 Act, to require that all federally-funded infrastructure projects use materials made here in America.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, members of the Congressional Blue Collar Caucus met with leaders from the domestic auto industry including representatives from General Motors and Toyota to discuss the state of the industry and related business, tax, trade and workforce issues.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Brendan F.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13), a member of the House Committee on the Budget, issued the following statement upon the release of President Donald Trump’s FY2019 Budget:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressmen Brendan F. Boyle (PA-13) and Marc Veasey (TX-33), co-chairs of the Blue Collar Caucus, released the following statement in response to President Trump’s recently announced infrastructure proposal:
In The News
BALTIMORE — More powerless than they’ve been in a decade, House Democrats started a 48-hour soul-searching retreat this week still divided over an appealing economic agenda.
by Congressman Brendan F. Boyle
(This OpEd first appeared on HuffingtonPost.com on Jan. 18, 2017)
As the dust settles from a divisive presidential election, one message is clear: the American people are sick and tired of business as usual in Washington. They want a government that works for them, not special interests.
By U.S. Rep. Brendan Boyle
(published in Northeast Times Jan. 10, 2017)
Congressman Brendan F. Boyle and the Ukraine Caucus Co-Chairs, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, Congressman Sander Levin and Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick led a letter to President Obama urging him to visit Ukraine prior to the end of his term. Fifteen members of the U.S. House of Representatives joined in on signing the letter in support.
Is toxic water in the vicinity of the former Naval Air Station Willow Grove and the Naval Air Warfare Center in Warminster making people sick?
That's the concern three area congressmen raised Thursday in a letter to the Navy demanding answers about the government's knowledge of the water issues.
By Asaf Romirowsky and Benjamin Weinthal
In a move uncharacteristic of U.S. policy as it has been carried out for decades, the Obama administration recently endorsed Europe’s version of a soft Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment (BDS) campaign targeting Israeli merchandise.
Last month, as President Obama was delivering his last State of the Union Address , I sat in the House chamber and reflected on what I believe to be one of his greatest achievements in office: his leadership these last seven years to tackle global climate change.
After two years, the US House of Representatives passed the Electrify Africa Act on Monday, which aims to connect millions of sub-Saharan African’s to a reliable power supply.
By Cindy Saine
The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday passed the Electrify Africa Act, after nearly two years of trying to get the measure through both chambers of Congress. It now goes to President Barack Obama for his signature.