Congressman Bilbray

She is a member of three influential sub-committees: the Sub-Commission on National Security, the Sub-committee on Transportation, Housing, Urban Development and Related Agencies, and finally, the Sub-committee on Labor, Health, Human Services and Education. a As a member of these sub-committees, Congresswoman Roybal-Allard oversees the funding of several key agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services a Jim McDermott: Mr. Congressman Ed Whitfield was elected to Congress in 1994 having been the first member of the Republican Party to represent the First Congressional District of Kentucky. He earned a BA and a JD from the University of Kentucky. Also, Congressman Whitfield attended the Seminar Theology Wesley (Wesley Theological Seminary) in Washington, DC, institution, now part of the Board of Governors. Mr. Whitfield served his country in the Army Reserve Corps of the United States in his role as First Lieutenant in the Division No. 100.

During the eight times it has served as a congressman has dealt with issues for the family, specifically in the authorization to permit prayer in schools, in ending child pornography and outlaw flag burning. Ed Whitfield a: Congressman Whitfield is a member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives. This Committee is the oldest of the House and deals with a wide range of topics, which gives wider jurisdiction has any committee within the legislature. The Commission maintains the primary responsibility for overseeing issues related to health care, telecommunications, consumer protection, food security and medicine, public health, air quality and environmental health, provision and delivery of energy and interstate commerce and foreign countries. Brian Bilbrary a: On June 6, 2006, Mr. Congressman Brian Bilbray (Republican-California) was elected to represent District No. 50 of the Congress of California.

Currently a member of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform of the House of Representatives, Committee on Issues of War Veterans and the Committee on Science and Technology. Also, Congressman Bilbray is a member of the Republican Policy Committee of the House of Representatives and President of the Immigration Reform Caucus. The first period of Congressman Bilbray in Congress began in 1994, when he participated in a crucial way to support community public safety officer, having provided support for those laws to protect members of the police and crime victims comunes.Luego to move away from Congress in 2001, Congressman Bilbray served as co-president of the National Advisory Board of the Federation for American Immigration Reform in America (FAIR in its acronym in English). The problem of illegal immigration allowed Mr. Brilbray will return to Congress in 2006.a In his capacity as Chairman of the Panel on Immigration Reform, Congressman Bilbray is an important voice in Congress for the need to initiate reform on the issue of immigration ilegal.a His other top priorities in Congress No. 110 include the continuation of his earlier work in favor of clean air and water as well as his efforts to bring accountability and transparency in the budgeting process federal. Mr. Bilbray and his wife Karen are the proud parents of five children and six grandchildren.