29 October 2018

House Interim Charge: Elections

With temperatures dropping across the state, it’s important that we keep in mind our fellow Texans who are without food, shelter, and clothing. We are so blessed to live in communities that help organize programs aimed at providing these basic necessities to the less-fortunate, and I want to encourage you and your family to seek...
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01 October 2018

Capitol Update: Insurance

The official onset of the Fall season brings about an exciting time of year in our communities. From homecoming rallies and football games, fall festivals, and canned food drives, to crisp early mornings in the deer stand. I hope you’ll take some time in the coming weeks and months to breathe in the autumn air,...
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17 September 2018

House Interim Charge: Pensions

I want to start this column by extending my sincere gratitude to all of the brave men and women who serve as first responders. As we recently reflected on that solemn September morning over 17 years ago, we remember those who lost their lives to save the lives of countless others. God bless their sacrifice,...
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03 September 2018

House Interim Charge: Higher Education

The month of September is one of my favorite months. Though the summer heat still lingers, crowded football stadiums, evening dove hunts, and Friday morning pep rallies signal the coming of a new season. While we eagerly await cooler temperatures, I hope you and your family will take part in some of the many activities...
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20 August 2018

House Interim Charge: Public Education

As some long-awaited rain poured into the rivers and lakes across our region, our students are once again pouring into the hallways and classrooms of schools across the state. With the new school year upon us, I hope you’ll take a moment to thank the teachers, faculty, and administrators who have been working diligently to...
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