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Abbott has called on all Texas candidates in the November election to sign it to show they are “backing the blue.” Other state leaders will join him Thursday at the Austin Police Association.
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The Atlantic recently attacked President Trump over his cancelled 2018 trip to the Aisne – Marne American cemetery near Paris.
Today I announced the third round of grant funding totaling more than $16 million for the Cities of San Antonio and El Paso and Bexar County to address the COVID-19 pandemic. These grants will go to programs administered by...
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On a Monday morning in 2009, the phone chirped on Stan Marek’s desk, and he snapped up the receiver.
As parents and United States Senators, we are heartbroken by the deaths of SGT Fernandes, SPC Guillén, and the other U.S. soldiers stationed at Fort Hood, and we are determined to seek justice and answers for their families...
In an op-ed for Real Clear Politics, I outlined four areas in which the Trump administration have made significant strides to advance America's national security interests including strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship...
Today I announced the Middle Rio Grande Development Council in Carrizo Springs, Texas will receive a $397,181 grant through the Economic Development Administration. The grant is intended to aid the council in developing...
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On a recent Rational Middle podcast, Executive Producer Loren Steffy spoke with Mark Erlich, a Wertheim Fellow of Research on Misclassification and the Underground Economy at the Harvard Law School and former
The Texas Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to all its voters for the November election.
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It’s pretty discouraging to see that Speaker Pelosi and Senator Schumer want to ignore the pleading of people who are still hurting and not receiving a paycheck for some help, and I can’t think of any good reason to deny...
Dallas Chief of Police U. Reneé Hall submitted her resignation Tuesday as attacks on police officers and civil unrest continue. Her pending departure follows those of other chiefs across the country.
Yesterday on the floor, I discussed how my travel around Texas during the August state work period has reinforced the urgency of and informed my priorities for the next coronavirus relief package.
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An inscription on the cenotaph reads:  In Memory of the Heroes who sacrificed their lives March 6, 1836 in the defense of Texas.  They chose never to surrender or retreat; these brave hearts with flag still proudly...
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China continues its efforts to destabilize and malign the United States and its allies.  Republicans have taken the threat of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) seriously, creating the China Task Force to educate the American...
The president's reelection campaign launched a bus tour of the state Thursday, though surrogates said — strenuously — that they still don't see Texas in play.
Gov. Greg Abbott is considering a legislative proposal that, if passed, would put the control of the Austin Police Department under state authority.
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Since Hurricane Harvey, the City of Port Aransas has worked tirelessly with FEMA representatives to identify damages and move recovery projects forward.  Unfortunately, the city’s public safety building and fire station...
“They” say the number one rule in business is don’t talk politics. If you have been on my email list even for a short time, you know that is not a rule I usually follow.But I will just this one time. I am not going to...
Once every ten years, the federal government conducts a census of the entire population to count everyone in the United States and record basic information about them. Our nation’s founders believed this data was so...

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