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Jul 30, 2018 Newsletter
Last week, I had the opportunity to recognize the famed Bluebonnet Belle C47 Skytrain on the House floor. Designed and built in 1944, it flew more than 75 missions during WWII. The Highland Lakes Squadron purchased the Belle in 2002, and it has called Burnet, Texas its home ever since.
Jul 23, 2018 Newsletter
I had the pleasure of meeting with a group of 4-H students from Cleburne, Texas in our nation’s capital last week. These kids are the future leaders of this great nation and it’s important we talk with them about issues that matter and hear their concerns. I am honored to represent them in the 25th District of Texas and I enjoyed having them in Washington.
Jul 16, 2018 Newsletter
As I have always said, Texas is the greatest state in the greatest nation, and I am proud to represent its people in Washington. It’s no secret that our economy is the fastest growing in the nation and that Americans from all over are flocking to the Lone Star State for better opportunities
Jul 10, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, last week, I had the opportunity to meet with Lakeway's new Mayor, Sandy Cox, Lakeway City Manager Steve Jones
Jul 2, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, Each spring, a nation-wide high school art competition is sponsored by the Congressional Institute.
Jun 25, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, as a small business owner for my entire working life, I spent the past three terms in Congress fighting for tax cuts that would allow for Main Street to begin breathing again.
Jun 11, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, Just last week, the House passed H.R. 3, the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act, which will cut $15 billion in unexpended federal funds.
Jun 4, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, Our pro-growth agenda is continuing to work for our economy. Just last Friday, the Department of Labor reported that 223,000 jobs were created in May - way more than economists expected. Also, we're continuing to see the unemployment rate fall. We hit 3.8% last month, and last time the jobless rate was this low, it was in April of 2000.
May 29, 2018 Newsletter
Dear Texans, Yesterday was Memorial Day and I hope all of you in Texas' 25th had the opportunity to spend time with family and loved ones. While the weekend was filled with baseball, barbecues and apple pie, it is my hope that no one lost sight of what the holiday was really about.

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