Texans Seek Bipartisanship in a Sharply Divided D.C.

Kevin Brady and Pete Gallego have a lot in common. They are both Texans. They entered the state Legislature together in 1991. And each now serves in Congress.

But Brady is a Republican and Gallego is a Democrat, which in Washington might make them enemies.

They are not following the script, though.

Brady and Gallego are trying to bring together all 38 Texans who serve in Congress to find common ground and discuss how to advance the state’s agenda in the nation’s capital.

A bipartisan breakfast has been scheduled for Thursday, and so far at least nine members, seven of ...

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