Houston Newsmakers: Congressman Kevin Brady says Biden asking for too much
During today's inauguration ceremony Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States. (Photo by Andrew Harnik - Pool/Getty Images)Republican Congressman Kevin Brady, (8th) is a guest on this week’s Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall and says Americans need help to battle the COVID-19 pandemic but President Joe Biden is asking too much too soon. The COVID package the president (Trump) signed, bipartisan, had almost 30 billion dollars more for buying vaccines and getting them out,” he said. Leadership Advice for Turbulent TimesThe American Leadership Forum, Houston/Gulf Coast has been training leaders for forty years. Several of its Senior Fellows are guests on this week’s Houston Newsmakers and offer advice for effective leadership during this divisive time.
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“When is it enough? When do we put our politics aside and remember that we’re all human beings and when we come here every day, we have to work together,” he said. “While we might not always agree with each other, why do our politics have to be about negativity and destruction? I hope we can open a new chapter in this great state where we can work together to help families who have lost jobs, access to employment, heck, access to the employment office and health care.”chicagotribune.com