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Brianne Nadeau (Politician) Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More

Brianne Nadeau

Brianne Nadeau Biography, Height, Weight,wiki:

Brianne Nadeau is an American nationality  Politician she is a well-known Politician from the united states of America, Brianne Nadeau was born in 1980 in Michigan, the United States is a Democratic politician in Washington, if you want to know about her Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, here you will know about amazing facts about his lifestyle, we hope that this informative article will fulfill your queries.

Real Name Brianne Nadeau
Nick Name Nadeau
Famous As Politician
Age 40 years
Birthday unknown
Birthplace Michigan, United States
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Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height 5feet 6Inch
Weight 64KG
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Net Worth 5Million$

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Brianne Nadeau   net worth:

Net worth 5Million$
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yearly earnings 5Million$

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Brianne Nadeau Outline:

  • Also during Nadeau’s tenure as chair, the Human Services Committee considered reform of the Department of Disability Services to end the practice of civil commitments for persons with intellectual disabilities. The reform passed the Council and will become law on May 18, 2018.
  • In the wake of the Pulse shooting, Nadeau called on Congress to address gun violence in local communities and stop blocking District laws. In 2017, Nadeau introduced a bill that would authorize a court to issue a temporary civil protection order, temporarily prohibiting someone from having firearms if the court has a reasonable belief that the subject poses an immediate risk to themselves or others. The D.C. Council’s Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on the bill on March 22, 2018.
  • In mid-2017, Nadeau announced that she would run for a second term on the DC Council. As of August 2017, she had outraised her challengers, with approximately one-third of her campaign contributions coming from developers, lawyers, lobbyists, and corporations. Nadeau, along with several other council members, sends out periodic mailers to her constituents. The practice has been criticized as possible taxpayer-funded campaigning.
  • In 2017, Nadeau became Chair of the D.C Council’s Human Services Committee.
  • During Nadeau’s tenure as chair, Mayor Bowser in 2017 proposed a bill to reform the District’s emergency homelessness system that would increase from one to two the number of documents homeless residents would need to prove their District residency. The bill was opposed by a coalition of homeless services providers for its more stringent proof-of-residency requirements, some of which were moderated. The Washington Post editorial board supported the bill. The reform was passed in May 2018.
  • Nadeau and Harpster’s daughter Zoe was born in September 2017. Nadeau is the first D.C. Councilmember to give birth while in office. Nadeau made national headlines when she pumped from the dais while chairing a long hearing. Nadeau stated that she did not want to recess the committee. Nadeau has written about her experience being a working mother on the Council.
  • In 2016, her 2014 campaign was audited by the Office of Campaign Finance.
  • In 2015, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, the District’s welfare program, was scheduled to terminate benefits for 6,000 very-low income families. Prior to her tenure as chair of the Human Services Committee, Nadeau introduced a bill that would have extended benefits for many of the families scheduled to lose support. As chair, she passed a reform of TANF along the lines of her earlier bill that would not cut benefits.
  • In December 2015, Nadeau co-introduced the D.C. Fair Elections Act, which would use public funds to match campaign contributions to candidates who agree to accept lower maximum contribution limits. The bill passed the DC Council, and was signed into law by Mayor Bowser in March 2018.
  • In July 2015, Nadeau proposed emergency legislation to facilitate the sale of land at 965 Florida Avenue NW by the District of Columbia to developers MRP Realty, Ellis Development, and JBG Smith. The city sold the parcels for $400,000, well below their estimated value of between $5 million and $27.6 million. Nadeau defended the decision in an op-ed in the Washington Post. She cited her commitment to affordable housing and explained the District discounted the price of the land in exchange for the developer building 106 units of affordable housing on the site as well as a grocery store with 270 permanent jobs.
  • Nadeau has come under increasing scrutiny from her constituents for her stance on crime enforcement due in large part to the noticeable increase in crime throughout her ward during her tenure. Despite public statements of concern, her perceived lack of action and the continued violence in her ward has led many residents to call for more and better action to combat the rising crime rate. Nadeau has been critical of police in the district and supported the disbanding of DC Vice Squads in 2015 despite pointed resistance from the DC Police Union.
  • Nadeau has spoken publicly about her experiences of street harassment as a woman in public space in the District, including by a government employee on duty in uniform. She introduced a bill to end street harassment in the District. The bill focuses on education and training and creates a task force to study and collect data on the issue. At Nadeau’s request, the Council held its first ever hearing on the subject in 2015.
  • In May 2015, Nadeau opposed the proposed merger between Exelon and Pepco, expressing concerns about the impact on costs and renewable energy. In October 2015, Nadeau changed her position and urged regulators to support the deal, stating that her original concerns had been addressed by a settlement among Exelon, the Mayor, Attorney General, and Office of the People’s Counsel that included additional concessions from Exelon.
  • Nadeau ran against four-term member of the Council of the District of Columbia Jim Graham in the Democratic Party primary election in 2014. Her candidacy was endorsed by At-large Council Member David Grosso, Ward Six Council Member Tommy Wells, progressive political action committee Democracy for America, and the editorial boards of the Washington Post, the Washington City Paper and Northwest Current.
  • In 2014, Nadeau introduced a bill to provide “baby boxes” for all newborns in the District to encourage safe sleep practices and reduce the infant mortality rate, which in the District in 2014 was 27 percent above the national rate. The boxes are lined with a firm mattress and a fitted sheet and serve as a bassinet for infants. They come with essential items such as diapers, wipes and onesies.
  • Nadeau had lived in the District of Columbia for 13 years when she was elected to the Council in 2014. She lives in the Park View neighborhood and is married to Jayson Harpster, a Kaiser Permanente consultant.
  • During the campaign, Graham accused Nadeau of irregularities in connection to a home-buyer program. According to Graham, in 2009 Nadeau had asked Graham and then-Council Chair Vincent Gray for help with a home-buyer program. Nadeau had been approved for the loan two years earlier, but the income-based loan guarantee was reduced because her salary had increased since then. Graham said that signing her letters with her title as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner was inappropriate and unethical. Nadeau defended the letters, saying she was about to lose her home and simply advocated for herself the best way she could. Following an investigation, the Inspector General cleared Nadeau and found that all the allegations were unsubstantiated.
  • Nadeau criticized Graham for actions he took in 2008 which resulted in the District Council reprimanding Graham for improperly interfering with the awarding of a government contract. Graham said his actions may have been political horse-trading rather than anything illegal or unethical.
  • Nadeau served as Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner for Single Member District 1B05 from 2007 to 2011.
  • Nadeau graduated from Boston College with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2002. She also earned a master’s degree in public policy from American University in 2006. She worked as a scheduler for Congressman John Sarbanes of Maryland.
  • Brianne Nadeau (born 1980) is a Democratic politician in Washington, D.C., and a member of the Council of the District of Columbia representing Ward 1 since 2015. She defeated long-time incumbent Jim Graham in the Democratic Party primary and won the general election with 75% of the vote in 2014. She is the first woman to represent Ward 1 on the Council and the first D.C. Councilmember to give birth while serving in office.

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