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Less than a month ago, American children were going to school with their friends, spending time with their families, and living their everyday lives. All of that quickly changed on February 14 when 17 Americans were shot dead in a building they spend as much time in as their own home.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams has his own plan to keep students across the country safe.
The Weatherford car dealer has filed a bill to let schools seek funding from the U.S. Department of Education to put in place whatever safety measures — metal detectors, steel doors, bulletproof glass, safety training — local officials believe are necessary to protect students and teachers.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, didn’t exactly quote former President Calvin Coolidge on Thursday but he did several times indicate that the business of Johnson County is business. And business throughout Johnson County, Texas, and America, to quote a Beatles’ song, is getting better all the time.
President Donald Trump’s proposed $686 billion budget for the Department of Defense in fiscal year 2019 could provide a direct impact to Fort Hood, if one U.S. Congressman has his way.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A chartered train carrying dozens of GOP lawmakers to a Republican retreat in West Virginia struck a garbage truck south of Charlottesville, Virginia on Wednesday, lawmakers said.
No lawmakers were believed injured in the accident. One person has been reported killed in the accident, and another seriously injured, but no further details have been released.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Tuesday night praised President Donald Trump for using his State of the Union address to highlight the “stunning successes” of his first year in office, cutting taxes, reducing regulation and appointing conservative judges.
U.S. Congressman Roger Williams, R-Austin, made a stop on Tuesday to Central Texas College’s Anderson Campus Center to speak about the military and the country’s debt with members of the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce during a luncheon.
KILLEEN, TX - Congressman Roger Williams has big plans for his district 25 in the upcoming months.
Tuesday he spoke at the Central Texas College in Killeen about several things -- including the recent government shutdown and DACA.
However, the congressman mostly talked about issues concerning veterans.
After a busy weekend in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, visited Central Texas on Tuesday to update his constituents on the status of the government shutdown and benefits of the tax cuts passed last month.
As hundreds of thousands of federal employees have been furloughed amid a government shutdown, at least 10 Texans in Congress aren't planning to accept their paychecks for that period or will donate them to charity.