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Sep 3, 2020 Newsletter

Over 51 million jobs nationwide were supported by the Paycheck Protection Program, including 5

Aug 29, 2020 Newsletter

Fentanyl and synthetic opioid overdoses caused over 50,000 deaths last year alone in the United States and they continue to scourge communities nationwide. This epidemic is personal and doesn’t discriminate based on age, location or wealth – it tears families apart and will keep plaguing our nation until we are able to eradicate it completely.

Aug 27, 2020 Newsletter

I will continue prioritizing relief for our families and every sector of our economy as we work together to recover and rebound from COVID-19. Ensuring our TX-25 students have the resources to stay healthy is crucial to keeping our nation moving forward.

Aug 22, 2020 Newsletter

There’s an ongoing crisis in the United States, but contrary to the Democrats’ latest rallying cry, it’s not the United States Postal Service (USPS). It’s the COVID-19 relief package that Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her enablers are holding hostage in spite of continued cries from small businesses and families across the nation.

Aug 20, 2020 Newsletter

Every time I visit Fort Hood, I am always left in awe of our great men and women in uniform. They are truly our best and brightest. It’s been the greatest honor of my time in Congress to deliver hundreds of millions of dollars in critical infrastructure funding to improve barracks, motor pools and run ways, and it’s a privilege to see these improvements with my own eyes.

Aug 15, 2020 Newsletter

Our farmers and ranchers are essential to keeping our nation’s food supply secure and we must do

Aug 8, 2020 Newsletter

Music venues are a central part of our fabric here in Texas and they need our help.

Aug 4, 2020 Newsletter

It is the honor of my lifetime to represent the 25th District of Texas in the United States Congress. While COVID-19 continues to impact our daily lives, I want you to know that I continue to fight on your behalf in Washington.

Aug 1, 2020 Newsletter

Across our home state, uncertainty looms as businesses and Texan families take cautious steps toward returning to the “norm” prior to COVID-19. While we have been fortunate to support some of our local shops through carry-out orders and curbside pick-up, the live music industry has experienced catastrophic consequences.

Jul 25, 2020 Newsletter

This week, I voted to continue the House's bipartisan tradition of nearly six decades by 

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