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Pax­ton Sues Biden Admin Over Its Efforts to Force Abor­tions in Texas 

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regarding their use of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) to require hospitals to perform abortions.

07.19.2022
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Texas Workforce Commission Awards $204,058 Jobs and Education for Texans Grant to Support Career Training in South Texas

TWC awarded South Texas College a $204,058 Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant to help the school purchase and install equipment. South Texas College will initially provide 130 students with training for careers as Architectural and Civil Drafters, with additional students to be trained in the future.

07.19.2022
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THOMAS: Extreme Cases & Bad Law

Ever since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last month, pro-choice activists and their media allies have been on a campaign to influence public opinion that the decision was a mistake.

07.19.2022
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AG Pax­ton Urges Supreme Court to Oppose Biden Admin’s Efforts to Re-Imple­ment Pol­i­cy Releas­ing Crim­i­nal Ille­gals Back into the Unit­ed States 

Attorney General Paxton filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court opposing the Department of Justice’s request to stay a district court order vacating the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) September 2021 Immigration Prioritization Memorandum.

07.18.2022
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Brady: Defense Authorization Strengthens Our Military, Keeps Our Nation Safe

The world is more dangerous than ever, and I am dead set on fulfilling my highest Constitutional duty to provide for America’s common defense. I strongly support this bipartisan legislation, which authorizes our national defense, to fully fund our military and keep our nation safe.  

07.18.2022
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Governor Abbott Statement On Texas House Investigative Report Into Shooting In Uvalde

The findings in their investigative report are beyond disturbing and raise serious concerns about the response that day. There are critical changes needed as a result of the Texas House’s findings.

07.18.2022
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TXOGA Statement on Comptroller Hegar's Increased Revenue Forecast 

This fiscal year the oil production tax is estimated to have grown by 91.8 percent, while the natural gas production tax is estimated to have grown by an eye-popping 266.8 percent. Further, Texas oil and natural gas activity has been a significant factor in the 23.6 percent increase in sales tax collections.

07.18.2022
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Who Will They Get to Do the Tyrants' Dirty Work?

The shameful video of Uvalde cops cowering in the hallway while some freakish mutant murdered little kids brings to mind an important point. It's not a point about the cowardice of badly-led police officers – that point has been made.

07.18.2022
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Gov. Abbott Highlights Growing Fentanyl Crisis in Texas, Biden's Open Border Policies

"Because of President Biden's open border policies, deadly fentanyl is flooding America – with enough lethal doses seized to kill almost every man, woman & child in the nation," said Gov. Abbott earlier today from the Dept. of Public Safety's (DPS) Region II Headquarters in Houston, highlighting Texas' efforts to try and stop the growing fentanyl crisis ravaging Texas and the nation.

07.15.2022
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Cong. Tony Gonzales Applauds House Passage of FY23 NDAA Amendments

This package includes four amendments authored by Congressman Gonzales from Texas' 23 Congressional District, which is home to critical military installations – including Joint Base San Antonio, Laughlin Air Force Base, and Fort Bliss. 

07.15.2022
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Lt. Gov. Patrick: Unprecedented Texas Economy Delivers Largest Tax Revenues for State Ever

"We've got te must continue to maintain our effort to secure the border – where the federal government has failed – and I still have concerns about a national recession, but the Texas economy will always lead the nation with our conservative approach to spending and putting taxpayers first," said Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, noting that the Comptroller expects over a billion dollars to be added to the "Rainy Day Fund leaving us an estimated ending balance of $13.7 billion in August of 2023.

07.15.2022
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Comptroller Hegar Raises Texas' Revenue Estimate by Nearly $14 Billion

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today revised the Certification Revenue Estimate (CRE) upward, increasing his November estimate of General Revenue-related (GR-R) funds available for certification by $13.75 billion.

07.15.2022
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Hunter: Democrats Are Reality-Phobic

There have always been those with issues in need of help. While people have been cruel enough to ignore them, we’ve never been dumb enough to empower them. At least not until now. Yes... the Democrat Party is ruled by people who are in desperate need of professional help.

07.15.2022
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Cruz, Fellow Senators Move to Stop Biden from Selling Further U.S. Oil Reserves to China, Russia & Iran

“At a time of skyrocketing inflation and record gas prices, it's inexplicable that President Biden would allow oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to be exported to China. It's a threat to our National Security – he's drained SPRO to its lowest level since 1986 – and the Chinese Communists are stockpiling it for their own strategic use. The Biden White House is aiding their effort,” said Sen. Cruz.

07.14.2022
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BRADY: 7th Straight Month of Double-Digit Inflation is Bad News for Consumers

"This is another horrible dose of bad news. Inflation is raging for Main Street businesses, and that means higher prices ahead for consumers with no relief anytime soon," said Texas Cong. Kevin Brady after it was announced that a key measure of inflation, Wholesale Prices, jumped nationwide by 11.3% in June from the previous year according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Labor.

07.14.2022
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Pax­ton Leads Effort to Stop EPA from Ban­ning Safe, Wide­ly Used Compound; Joins in Sup­port of States’ Free­dom to Reg­u­late Emissions

“To ban a substance that's been used for decades – based on data that's both underdeveloped & obsolete – reflects a rush to judgment that we fear will have long-term consequences, not just on the economy but on the safety of Americans,” read the letter Texas Att. Gen. Ken Paxton led with a 12-state coalition challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s latest regulatory plan.

07.14.2022
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Texas Workforce Commission Awards $208,741 Jobs and Education for Texans Grant to Support Career Training in Southeast Texas

The $208,741 grant will help the school purchase and install medical equipment to initially train 250 students for careers in nursing and emergency medicine.

07.14.2022
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WHITAKER: The Historic 'Religious Freedom' Supreme Court Victory We Should All Be Celebrating

As Americans continue to celebrate the historic slate of recent Supreme Court decisions – including on Roe v. Wade and major 2nd Amendment, School Choice & Free Speech Rights victories – one other case has gotten undeservedly lost in the mix. Whether in the plaza, in the pews, or at the 50-yard line, Religious Freedom's a cornerstone of American life – and will continue to be for generations to come now.

07.14.2022
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08.12.2022

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