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Graves Welcomes Representative Kevin Kiley to T&I

Washington, D.C., April 11, 2024 | Justin Harclerode (202) 225-9446
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Washington, D.C. – Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Sam Graves (R-MO) today welcomed Congressman Kevin Kiley, a Republican representing California’s 3rd Congressional District, to the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. 

“Congressman Kiley brings a range of valuable experience to the Committee, as a former teacher, prosecutor, and state legislator,” said Chairman Graves.  “This continues to be a busy year for the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and I welcome Congressman Kiley’s input and ideas as we finish work on major legislation to improve our nation’s aviation system and airports, provide the U.S. Coast Guard with resources to carry out its vital missions, make key reforms to federal emergency preparedness and response programs, strengthen America’s water resources and flood protection infrastructure, and reauthorize the federal pipeline safety programs.  Congressman Kiley is also joining the Committee as we begin preparing for next Congress and the next multi-year bill to improve roads and bridges across the country, and I look forward to working with him in that effort.”

“I’m honored to accept this appointment, because the Transportation Committee has jurisdiction over programs and agencies that directly affect the quality of life in our district,” said Rep. Kiley. “From water storage and delivery, flood preparedness and emergency management, the Committee touches the lives of every Californian. I especially look forward to working with local and state officials to clear local bottlenecks like the I-80 and I-65 interchange that challenge riders daily. Being on this Committee means that I’ll have a front row seat to affect positive change next year when Congress must reauthorize the five-year surface transportation act.”

Rep. Kiley is serving his first term in Congress, and he also serves on the Judiciary Committee and the Education and Workforce Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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