Congressman Colin Allred wins reelection to his district representing parts of Dallas and Collin Counties. Allred defeated Republican challenger and businessman Antonio Swad. Allred says he has accomplished a lot during his two terms in office. Allred has been in Congress since 2018 when he defeated incumbent Republican Pete Sessions.
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Congressman Colin Allred tells TMZ Sports the U.S. is calling Brittney Griner "basically a political prisoner" now in Russia ... and says because of it, government officials have formally begun negotiations with the foreign country to bring the WNBA superstar home. We spoke with the representative out on Capitol Hill...
The House Representatives voted on Thursday to pass legislation limiting how much insured patients pay for their insulin. The Affordable Insulin Now Act caps insulin copays at $35 per month or 25 percent of an insurance plan’s negotiated price, whichever is lower. North Texas Congressman Colin Allred has long sought a way to make insulin more affordable for those who need it.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Dallas with Rep. Colin Allred to discuss lowering prescription costs, expanding Medicare
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Colin Allred hosted a roundtable in Dallas Monday focusing on expanding Medicaid in the state and allowing Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. Texas is one of a dozen states in the U.S. that haven’t expanded Medicaid and the state has both the...
Colin Allred: US Representative says Brittney Griner case is 'extremely concerning' and that her consular access has been blocked
Two-time US Olympic basketball gold medalist Brittney Griner has been held in Russia for three weeks "without official government access to her," says US Representative Colin Allred, adding that was "unusual and extremely concerning."
U.S. Rep. Colin Allred says he's working with State Department to secure release of WNBA star Brittney Griner from Russia
A U.S. congressman who played football at Baylor is among those concerned about the welfare of Brittney Griner, who is being held in Russia on drug charges. Rep. Colin Allred (D-Texas) spoke Wednesday about Griner, who played for Baylor's women's basketball team from 2009 to 2013 and has been with the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury for nine seasons.
Brittney Griner situation explained: U.S. Rep. Colin Allred works to secure release; Why is Griner in Russia?
Brittney Griner, a seven-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year, remains in Russian custody after being detained last month at Sheremetyevo International Airport. The Russian Federal Customs Service claims to have found vape cartridges containing the marijuana concentrate hashish oil in Griner's luggage. The 31-year-old Griner...
North Texas Congressman Colin Allred said he's working with the U.S. State Department to get American basketball star Brittney Griner freed from detention in Russia. Griner was arrested last month at an airport in Moscow. Authorities claimed she had hashish oil in her luggage. Russian state media released an undated...
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas congressman Colin Allred is working with the U.S. State Department to bring Texas native and WNBA All-Star Brittney Griner home from a Russian prison. PHOENIX, ARIZONA – OCTOBER 10: Brittney Griner #42 (Photo by Mike Mattina/Getty Images) Allred is also a Baylor alum, like Griner, who was arrested last month at a Moscow airport after Russian authorities said a search of her luggage revealed vape cartridges. The Russian Customs Service said Saturday that the cartridges contained oil derived from cannabis, which could carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. “We are aware of the situation with Brittney Griner in Russia...