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This legislation works to expand access to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals in incarceration and would create a new grant program within the Department of Justice for state and local governments to provide MAT in their correctional facilities. Read more about Turner Joins Colleagues in Supporting Opioid Addiction Treatment in Correctional Facilities
The SWAMP Act is a commonsense proposal that would base federal agencies in areas where most of their work is located. Read more about Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) Introduces the SWAMP Act
The People's Republic of China's continued military aggression against Taiwan is abhorrent. The United States must adequately respond to these constant threats to Taiwan's autonomy with extreme fervor. Read more about Rep. Pat Fallon Introduces Resolution Condemning the Recent Chinese Actions Towards Taiwan
On Thursday, in a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing, I pressed Attorney General Merrick Garland on his recent directive to mobilize the FBI against concerned parents at school board meetings, as well as the details of a rape case in Loudon County, Virginia that was used to justify the directive. Read more about Rep. Roy Grills AG Garland About Turning FBI on Parents, Loudon County Sexual Assault Allegations
A pair of New York attorneys pleaded guilty to their roles in firebombing a police car in Brooklyn during a George Floyd protest in May 2020. Read more about NY Lawyers Plead Guilty to Firebombing Police Car During George Floyd Protest
Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to consider two federal court challenges to the Texas Heartbeat Act during an expedited hearing on November 1. In the meantime, the Texas Heartbeat Act remains in effect. Read more about Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Two Federal Court Challenges to the Texas Heartbeat Act During an Expedited Hearing November 1. Meanwhile, the Texas Heartbeat Act Remains in Effect.
I am proud to join Senators Cornyn and Cruz in recognizing the dedication and commitment that produced 80 years of excellence at Sheppard. Read more about Resolution Commemorating Sheppard Air Force Base's 80th Anniversary and the 40th Anniversary of Euro-Nation Joint Jet Pilot Training Program
I am proud to join Sens. Blackburn and Cotton on this resolution to continue leading the fight for free speech on college campuses across Texas and the country, because the best solution for bad speech, is more speech—not less Read more about Sens. Cruz, Blackburn, Cotton, Colleagues Fight for Free Speech on College Campuses
On Wednesday I spoke on the House floor to highlight October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As a child, I spent time in domestic violence shelters after me and my mother left an abusive home.
Watch my full speech here. Read more about Congressman Tony Gonzales Shares His Childhood Domestic Violence Story On House Floor
This legislation puts decision-making power at the local level and gives these leaders more flexibility to invest in the most critical projects for their communities, whatever those might be. Read more about Senate Passes Bill from Cornyn, Padilla, Bipartisan Colleagues to Allow Unspent COVID Relief Dollars for Infrastructure, Disaster Relief