Kay Granger

Kay Granger

TEXAS' 12th DISTRICT

Chairwoman Granger Statement on Afghanistan Strategy  

2017/08/22

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Kay Granger (R-Texas), chairwoman of the House Defense Appropriations panel, today released the following statement on the Trump administration’s plans for the war in Afghanistan:   “I wholeheartedly support the President’s decision to follow Defense Secretary James Mattis’ recommendation to increase troop levels in Afghanistan. This modest increase will allow us to provide better support to the Afghan security forces and ensure we continue to have a strong ally in the fight against terrorism. In addition, it is important that Pakistan is working with us to deny terrorists a safe haven.”  

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My Take: The Politics of Intolerance

2017/08/18

Dear Friend,

One of the biggest problems in politics today is that we sometimes jump to conclusions without hearing out the other person.

I was recently asked about political violence in this country.  I responded that there has been political violence on both sides … because this is a fact.

Let me demonstrate this by referencing two recent events we are all familiar with:

The murderous events in Charlottesville were abhorrent, and the white supremacists who incited the violence do not represent who we are as a people. There is no room in our society for those who embrace hate and bigotry against their fellow Americans.

This was an example of political violence and I denounce it.

But just a few weeks before Charlottesville, a left-wing radical in Alexandria fired a gun at members of the Republican Congressional baseball team and critically wounded the House Republican Whip.

This was an example of political violence and I denounce it as well.

Both of these episodes were violent.  Both were outrageous.  Both were un-American. And both must be denounced. In fact, I can’t imagine that anyone but severe partisans would not agree with my position in denouncing both actions. 

This is the point I was making when I made my comments a few days ago.

Still, I would add that Charlottesville is deeply troubling to me.  Anti-Semitism and intolerance do not represent the core values and morals of this great nation. It is incumbent upon all of us as Americans to take a stand against extremism and acts of hatred.

The rhetoric of hate and personal insult has taken our political system hostage, making civil discourse nearly impossible and often dangerous. Whether it is the anti-Semitism of Charlottesville or the political intolerance of Alexandria, America is facing a moral crisis.

Disagreements over the direction of our nation and the political principles we follow to set our economic, health care, education, national security, and other policies are important ones. Every act of violence by demonstrators and counterdemonstrators, though, moves us further away from real solutions.

Unless we stand up for the universal ideals of equality and freedom for all, we risk losing what makes this nation a beacon of light for so many around the world.  And in the meantime, let’s make sure our political discourse is one where we hear the other person out, don’t jump to conclusions and don’t assume the worst.  Now is the time for all Americans to lower their voices and raise their sights.

Sincerely,

Kay Granger

Member of Congress

 

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Congresswoman Granger's Statement on Charlottesville

2017/08/17

"The recent events in Charlottesville are abhorrent and are not representative of the core values and morals of the United States. As a nation, we can have a civil debate over the differences in our beliefs, but we must condemn white supremacist groups like the KKK and neo-Nazis that promote bigotry, antisemitism, racism, and violence. Freedom and liberty are the foundations of this country, and therefore it is incumbent upon us as Americans to take a stand against such despicable acts of hatred." - Congresswoman Kay Granger, Co-Chair of the bipartisan Anti-Semitism Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Human trafficking happens everywhere. Yes, even here

2017/08/07

BY KAY GRANGEROriginally published in the Star-Telegram on Aug. 4, 2017

Human trafficking isn’t something we think of as being a major problem in America, but the truth is that adults and youth are being forced into prostitution and unpaid labor in our own backyard at an alarming rate.

No community in America is immune to the scourge of human trafficking, including our corner of North Texas.

The trafficking of people for the purpose of enriching the traffickers — whether the victims are brought across our borders illegally or recruited from our most vulnerable neighbors — is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world.

More than 20 million victims are affected worldwide, according to the International Labor Organization. The majority of those victims are forced to work for little or no wages, many of them in the commercial sex trade. More than a quarter are children.

Every night across America, human traffickers prey on lost boys and girls, selling them through force or coercion for sex in big cities and small towns from coast to coast. Human trafficking has become a major human rights crisis that is overwhelming the limited resources of our local law enforcement agencies and destroying the lives of a generation of victims.

Incidents of human trafficking in the United States saw a 35.7 percent increase in 2016, compared with the previous year, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, which received 7,572 reports of trafficking last year.

As a senior member of the House State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee and co-chair of the House Human Trafficking Caucus, I have met with the victims of trafficking and witnessed the emotional devastation caused by being forced into slavery.

The trafficking of men, women and children for the purpose of exploitation is a horrendous crime that has no place in our society. The average age of girls who are sold into prostitution for the first time is between 8 and 13, and hundreds of teenagers are trafficked every night in the Fort Worth-Dallas area.

Texas is among of the top two states in the nation, after California, for reported incidents of human trafficking, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area has the second-highest number of cases in the state after Houston.

A recent University of Texas report estimates there are more than 300,000 victims of human trafficking across the state, including almost 79,000 children forced into the commercial sex trade by traffickers and nearly 234,000 adult victims of labor trafficking.

North Texas is a favorite target for modern-day slavers because of its relative proximity to the border and the convenient access to major highways and airports that make transporting victims to the rest of the country easy.

The increasing number of human trafficking cases in Tarrant County — 26 cases between January and April alone, compared with 62 in all of 2016 — has spurred a grassroots effort led by former and current elected officials and civic leaders to better protect victims and more aggressively prosecutes those who prey on them.

Part of that initiative is the Fort Worth Police Department’s Tarrant County Five-Stones Human Trafficking Taskforce, which includes federal and local law enforcement agencies working in partnership with community organizations, nonprofits, concerned citizens, and elected officials from all levels of government to end human trafficking.

Another worthy effort in the fight to end human trafficking is the Blue Lightning Initiative, a partnership between U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the aviation industry, including Fort Worth-based American Airlines. The initiative trains flight crews and other airline personnel to identify and report possible instances of human trafficking.

Traffickers often use fear and coercion to manipulate youth into engaging in the commercial sex trade and then keep most, if not all, of the profits. The Internet plays a significant role in sex trafficking and is often the way traffickers first find and connect with victims.

In response to this growing epidemic, the House has this year passed 16 anti-trafficking and exploitation bills to provide greater support for victims and make available additional resources for law enforcement to track down and punish traffickers.

No single piece of legislation will end human trafficking, but every bill brings greater attention to this problem hiding in plain sight and further empowers victims to regain control of their lives. Together with the efforts of community leaders and organizations in and around Fort Worth, we can curb the horrific damage caused by human trafficking and child exploitation.

We can all play a part in combating human trafficking and protecting the most vulnerable among us. I encourage you to learn the warning signs that may indicate that someone is being trafficked, volunteer to do victim outreach, and teach your children to identify dangerous situations and how to avoid potential traffickers.

If you suspect someone is being trafficked, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at (888) 373-7888.

Kay Granger serves North Texas in the U.S. House.

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Editorial: Human trafficking happens everywhere. Yes, even here

2017/08/07

BY KAY GRANGER Originally published in the Star-Telegram on Aug. 4, 2017

Human trafficking isn't something we think of as being a major problem in America, but the truth is that adults and youth are being forced into prostitution and unpaid labor in our own backyard at an alarming rate. 

No community in America is immune to the scourge of human trafficking, including our corner of North Texas.

The trafficking of people for the purpose of enriching the traffickers — whether the victims are brought across our borders illegally or recruited from our most vulnerable neighbors — is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world.

More than 20 million victims are affected worldwide, according to the International Labor Organization. The majority of those victims are forced to work for little or no wages, many of them in the commercial sex trade. More than a quarter are children.

Every night across America, human traffickers prey on lost boys and girls, selling them through force or coercion for sex in big cities and small towns from coast to coast. Human trafficking has become a major human rights crisis that is overwhelming the limited resources of our local law enforcement agencies and destroying the lives of a generation of victims.

Incidents of human trafficking in the United States saw a 35.7 percent increase in 2016, compared with the previous year, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, which received 7,572 reports of trafficking last year.

As a senior member of the House State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee and co-chair of the House Human Trafficking Caucus, I have met with the victims of trafficking and witnessed the emotional devastation caused by being forced into slavery.

The trafficking of men, women and children for the purpose of exploitation is a horrendous crime that has no place in our society. The average age of girls who are sold into prostitution for the first time is between 8 and 13, and hundreds of teenagers are trafficked every night in the Fort Worth-Dallas area.

Texas is among of the top two states in the nation, after California, for reported incidents of human trafficking, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area has the second-highest number of cases in the state after Houston.

A recent University of Texas report estimates there are more than 300,000 victims of human trafficking across the state, including almost 79,000 children forced into the commercial sex trade by traffickers and nearly 234,000 adult victims of labor trafficking.

North Texas is a favorite target for modern-day slavers because of its relative proximity to the border and the convenient access to major highways and airports that make transporting victims to the rest of the country easy.

The increasing number of human trafficking cases in Tarrant County — 26 cases between January and April alone, compared with 62 in all of 2016 — has spurred a grassroots effort led by former and current elected officials and civic leaders to better protect victims and more aggressively prosecutes those who prey on them.

Part of that initiative is the Fort Worth Police Department’s Tarrant County Five-Stones Human Trafficking Taskforce, which includes federal and local law enforcement agencies working in partnership with community organizations, nonprofits, concerned citizens, and elected officials from all levels of government to end human trafficking.

Another worthy effort in the fight to end human trafficking is the Blue Lightning Initiative, a partnership between U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the aviation industry, including Fort Worth-based American Airlines. The initiative trains flight crews and other airline personnel to identify and report possible instances of human trafficking.

Traffickers often use fear and coercion to manipulate youth into engaging in the commercial sex trade and then keep most, if not all, of the profits. The Internet plays a significant role in sex trafficking and is often the way traffickers first find and connect with victims.

In response to this growing epidemic, the House has this year passed 16 anti-trafficking and exploitation bills to provide greater support for victims and make available additional resources for law enforcement to track down and punish traffickers.

No single piece of legislation will end human trafficking, but every bill brings greater attention to this problem hiding in plain sight and further empowers victims to regain control of their lives.

Together with the efforts of community leaders and organizations in and around Fort Worth, we can curb the horrific damage caused by human trafficking and child exploitation.

We can all play a part in combating human trafficking and protecting the most vulnerable among us. I encourage you to learn the warning signs that may indicate that someone is being trafficked, volunteer to do victim outreach, and teach your children to identify dangerous situations and how to avoid potential traffickers.

If you suspect someone is being trafficked, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at (888) 373-7888.

Kay Granger serves North Texas in the U.S. House.

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Human trafficking happens everywhere. Yes, even here

2017/08/07

Human trafficking isn’t something we think of as being a major problem in America, but the truth is that no part of the country is immune, including our corner of North Texas. My latest opinion piece in Sunday's Star-Telegram talks about what Congress is doing to end human trafficking with tougher penalties for sex traffickers and increased support for victims, and how local Fort Worth leaders are responding to the challenge and helping protect our most vulnerable. Read More

My Take: Appropriation Bills Prioritize National Security

2017/08/04

Before heading home for the August work period, the House voted to fund national security priorities, including money for Department of Defense equipment, personnel, and infrastructure, nuclear defense, care for our veterans, and security in and around the U.S. Capitol.

Dear Friend,

The primary duty of Congress is to provide for the common defense of the American people. Providing for the security of our homeland and interests abroad are responsibilities I take very seriously. 

That is why I am proud to say that the Make America Secure Appropriations Act (H.R. 3219) – the package of appropriations bills approved in the House at the end of July – delivers on our promise to ensure the safety and security of the American people.

The package provides the fiscal year 2018 funding for the most critical functions of our government by allocating money for the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, and Department of Energy. It also includes a portion of the funding for the Department of Homeland Security to improve security along our southern border.

As Chairwoman of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, I made sure the defense portion of the package will deliver the resources our military needs to restore readiness and begin the long-overdue process of modernization. I am proud to report that the bill will also provide our troops with the best equipment and training, along with a 2.4-percent pay raise.

The package also keeps the promise we made to our veterans to ensure they have access to quality health care close to home when the VA’s health care system falls short.  

I commend my colleagues in the House for making national security a priority. The bill now goes to the Senate, where I encourage them to move swiftly to approve it and send it to the President’s desk for signing. 

Sincerely,

Kay Granger

Member of Congress 

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My Take: Reauthorizing Federal Flood Insurance Program

2017/07/28

Congress has until Sept. 30 to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program, which provides affordable protection for many family homes in North Texas. Reform efforts in the House would rein in spending and protect the long-term viability of the program.

Dear Friend,

The National Flood Insurance Program needs to be reauthorized by Sept. 30. The House is advancing legislation to reform and keep this important program afloat while addressing the fact that it is more than $24 billion in debt.

Anyone who lives in North Texas knows the importance of having affordable insurance against flood damage. While efforts to improve flood control along the Trinity River continue to advance, it is important that smart reforms to the federal flood insurance program are adopted.  

The 1968 federal program insures more than $1 trillion in property across the country, but claims from major hurricanes over the past few years have drained it of funding and forced it to borrow from taxpayers.

Reforming the program will put it back on solid financial ground and ensure that it runs more efficiently and effectively. Fixing the program will make sure it’s available to protect North Texas homeowners in the future.

The House will be considering the 21st Century Flood Reform Act (HR 2874) in the coming weeks to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program. 

It will improve the flood insurance program by increasing private-sector competition and requiring the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to update its outdated flood-risk maps. The bill also grandfathers rates for existing policyholders to allow them to keep the same low flood insurance rates even when new flood maps are completed.

Remember, affordable federal flood insurance is available to anyone living in North Texas, whether they are in a floodplain or not. You might have already purchased flood insurance if it was required by your mortgage company.

You can learn more about national flood insurance by visiting the FEMA website.  

Congress will have to pass something by the fall or risk a lapse in the program.

Sincerely,

Kay Granger

Member of Congress 

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Defense Bill Provides Increased Pentagon Funds to Restore Readiness, Begin Modernization of Military

2017/07/27

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Kay Granger (R-Texas) today applauded the passage of the $658 billion Defense Appropriations bill as a major step toward the rebuilding and modernization of the military. 

“Our highest priority is the security of the American people, which is why I congratulate my colleagues today for passing the ‘Make America Secure Appropriations Act,’ which includes the defense spending bill,” said Granger, chairwoman of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee. “The bill will increase end strength, improve military readiness, modernization and investment in future technology.  

The bill, which was approved by the House as part of a 'minibus' package of four appropriation bills, establishes a $28.6 billion National Defense Restoration Fund that will enable Defense Secretary James Mattis to recommend to Congress investments to modernize the armed forces based on a new defense strategy expected in September.

Since becoming chair of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, Granger has made it a priority to listen first and foremost to U.S. defense and intelligence experts so that Congress ensures our armed forces have what they need to face both current and future threats.

“After years of cuts, it’s time to rebuild our military and restore combat readiness. The defense spending bill we passed today provides funding for more troops, more equipment, and more training,” Granger said. “It provides Secretary Mattis with the resources he needs to address military readiness and also begin critical investments in increasing capabilities, lethality, and modernization.”

Granger believes there should be no uncertainty when it comes to our national defense. Increased funding for defense is urgent because the world is increasingly dangerous and unstable.  

“Our adversaries are emboldened. We must ensure that our military is prepared to confront anyone who threatens us. This can only be done by reversing the years of budget instability, defense spending caps, and continuous cuts that have undermined our military readiness,” Granger said. “I am proud to say that the defense appropriations bill we advanced today begins the process of putting our country’s security on the right path and I urge the Senate to take it up and pass it quickly.”  

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Chairwoman Granger: Defense Spending Bill Reverses Years of Cuts

2017/07/26

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger (R-Texas), chairwoman of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, today delivered the following statement on the House floor in support of the Fiscal Year 2018 defense appropriations bill: 

"Today we consider the 'Make America Secure Appropriations Act,' which includes the defense appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2018. I ask all members for their support on this very important legislation.

"Congress’s number one responsibility is to provide for the defense of this nation. It is this bill that fulfills that most fundamental constitutional duty.

"This is urgent because the world is more dangerous and unstable than any time in recent history. 

"North Korea is increasing the frequency of their missile tests, threatening American soil and our allies. On the Fourth of July, they launched an intercontinental ballistic missile.

"Russia continues to create instability in the Ukraine, the Baltics, and the Balkans. They recklessly support and protect President Assad, the tyrant who has murdered thousands of Syrian men, women, and children. These actions hinder our fight against ISIS.

"China is militarizing the South China Sea and modernizing their military at an alarming pace. Just this week, Chinese fighter jets flew close to a U.S. Navy reconnaissance aircraft in an aggressive and dangerous manner.  

"Iran is increasing their influence in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen and they remain hostile. Just yesterday, an Iranian vessel pursued a U.S. Navy ship at high speed in the Persian Gulf forcing our ship to fire warning shots to halt the aggression. 

"Meanwhile, ISIS and al-Qaeda terrorists continue to spread their perverted version of Islam across Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

"All of our adversaries are acting in an aggressive and emboldened manner. We must ensure that the U.S. military is prepared to confront anyone who threatens us.  This can only be done by reversing the years of budget instability, sequestration, and continuous cuts. 

"Since becoming chair, I have made it my priority to listen first and foremost to our defense and intelligence experts, and this bill before you reflects their expert advice.

"This bill provides Secretary of Defense Mattis the resources he needs to rebuild our military and form a new national defense strategy.

"It has been an honor to work with my ranking member, Mr. Visclosky, who has played a valuable role in this process.

"I want to thank Chairman Frelinghuysen, Ranking Member Lowey, and all the members of the Defense Subcommittee for their involvement and contributions.

"I would like to thank the staff of the Defense Subcommittee: Jennifer Miller, Sherry Young, Walter Hearne, Brooke Boyer, B.G. Wright, Adrienne Ramsay, Allison Deters, Cornell Teague, Collin Lee, and Matt Bower. As well as Rebecca Leggieri, Jennifer Chartrand, and Chris Bigelow on the minority staff.

"From the personal staff: Johnnie Kaberle, Jason Schenck, Joe DeVooght, Adam Kahnke.

"In closing, I must remind the House that Secretary Mattis told us that, 'Without sustained, sufficient, and predictable funding, I assess that within five years we will lose our ability to project power, the basis of how we defend the homeland, advance U.S. interests, and meet our alliance commitments.'

"To ensure this does not happen, the bill includes $28.6 billion, above the president’s request, for a national defense restoration fund. We must keep this funding intact.

"We need to heed Secretary Mattis’s warning and give our military what it needs – no less. This is not a partisan issue. Again, I ask all my colleagues for their support."

Video of Congresswoman Granger's floor speech is available here

For more information about Congresswoman Granger and her work as Chair of the House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee please visit kaygranger.house.gov.  

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A former teacher, small business owner and Mayor of Fort Worth, Congresswoman Kay Granger was first elected to represent the 12th congressional district of Texas in 1997.  Earning a reputation for pragmatic leadership and serving as a powerful voice for Texas values, Kay fervently fights for the issues that matter most to Texas’ 12th congressional district and our country.

Since arriving in the U.S. House of Representatives, Kay has distinguished herself as one of the most recognized and influential leaders on defense and foreign policy – an expertise she began developing as the Mayor of Fort Worth, which is home to the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base and Lockheed Martin.  As a senior member of the powerful Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, she has continually strengthened the 12th District’s contribution to America’s defense system and supported efforts to provide for our women and men in uniform – both on the battlefield and when they return home from combat.

In 2012, Kay stood with Governor Rick Perry and members of the 136th Airlift Wing of the Texas Air National Guard to fight a costly and unnecessary Air Force proposal that looked to move Texas’ prized C-130 squadron to Montana.  To the Air Force, Texans, and the millions of Americans who depend on the C-130 aircraft to respond to natural disaster emergencies, Kay delivered a powerful message:  C-130s will not be moved without a fight.  Thanks to her work as well as that of Governor Perry, Senator Cornyn, Senator Hutchinson and the entire Texas delegation, the C-130’s stayed where they are needed and where they belong:  Fort Worth.

Kay has long believed that national security and foreign policy go hand in hand.  As the top Republican on the State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee, she has worked to increase global stability and security as well enrich the lives of millions in the developing world through efforts that center on bettering global health, improving the lives of women and teaching emerging democracies how to sustain newly-discovered freedoms.

Kay is also a Majority Deputy Whip and serves on the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development.

In recognition of her achievements, Kay has received the Air Force Foundation Award and the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis Award.  She has also been honored with the Tax Fighter Award by the National Tax Limitation Committee and the Spirit of Enterprise Award by the U.S. Chamber of Congress.  Additionally, the National Association of Manufacturers has recognized her for her pro-growth, pro-worker voting record.  For a full list of the awards she’s received, please click here.

Born in Greenville, TX, Kay was raised in Fort Worth.  Majoring in education, Kay – a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution – graduated from Texas Wesleyan University and became a high school journalism and English teacher.  In 1978, she opened her own insurance agency and operated it for over 20 years, leading her to become the first woman inducted into the Fort Worth Business Hall of Fame.  In 1991, she was elected as the first female Mayor of Fort Worth where she cut crime by 49 percent and led the city to win the coveted All-American City Award.  Kay, who attends the First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, is a mother of three and a proud grandmother to five.


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Joe Barton

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John Culberson

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Kevin Brady

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Michael McCaul

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