Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32) today introduced the Helping Student Parents Succeed Act.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32), a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, voted to pass the SAFER Pipelines Act out of committee today. The bill reauthorizes pipeline safety programs overseen by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32), a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, today announced that his bipartisan transportation bill, H.R. 3612, was included as language in the must-pass Continuing Resolution.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32) today welcomed the news that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will be making low-interest federal disaster loans available to North Texas businesses and residents affected by the severe storm on October 20.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32) today released a report on how the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, H.R. 3, will reduce prescription drug costs across the board.
Washington, D.C. – As part of a package of women veterans health bills, the House passed the VA Newborn Emergency Treatment Act, a bipartisan bill by Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32), a member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Paul bravely served our country in the U.S. Army for decades, eventually becoming a sergeant during Desert Storm, before leaving the service. As he transitioned to civilian life, Paul worked to help other veterans at his local Veterans Service Organization. But he needed help himself.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32), today announced cosponsorship of the Insulin Price Reduction Act, a bipartisan bill that would reduce the price of insulin for millions of people.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Colin Allred (TX-32), a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, released the following statement after the House passed the bipartisan, Protect Against Conflict by Turkey Act, H.R. 4695.
Ngoni came to Dallas as a refugee from Zimbabwe. While he waited for his asylum case to process, he worked at a local church, helping with prison ministry and outreach to the church’s Zimbabwean congregants.
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U.S. Rep. Colin Allred yesterday gave a minute of his time to honor outgoing Mayor Mike Rawlings in front of Congress.
There's another freshman to watch this week: Rep. Colin Allred, the Dallas Democrat who ousted veteran Rep. Pete Sessions. Republicans will do their best to win back the seat next year, which made it pretty much a no-brainer for him to help lead the resistance to a congressional pay raise.
“I want to know whether Congress was kept in the dark,” said Representative Colin Allred, Democrat of Texas. “If that decision was reached before we were briefed, I want to know why we weren’t told about it.”
“I want to know whether or not Congress was kept in the dark,” said Democratic Rep. Colin Allred of Texas. “It seems like ... an attempt just basically to circumvent Congress because we did not agree with the decision to sell these arms to Saudi Arabia.”
A still life painting by Wylie High School student Zachary Martinez won the District 32 Congressional Art Competition and will hang in the office of U.S. Rep. Colin Allred in Washington, D.C.
On the other side of the aisle, Rep. Colin Allred, D-Dallas, continues to criticize the 2017 tax overhaul, saying that it had “a lot of mistakes” and was “sloppily done.” But he said the “retail glitch” is “something, just in terms of fairness, that needs to be fixed.”
Allred said Texas will be “uniquely harmed” by the tariffs and hinted that damage is already being done.
Many Texas Democrats have ripped into Trump over his Mexico levies. Dallas Rep. Colin Allred said Wednesday, for instance, that "hard-working Texans cannot be asked to bear the brunt of a costly and unnecessary trade war that will not solve our problems or address our broken immigration system."
Congress may not be in session, but M Streets neighbor and U.S. Rep. Colin Allred is still working in his district.
Freshman Congressman Colin Allred of Dallas met with voters Tuesday night to explain why he's not -- at least not yet -- calling to impeach President Donald Trump. He joined Good Day Wednesday morning to talk more about the political divide, Boeing's relationship with the FAA, federal spending and sending troops to the Middle East.