Just yesterday, Customs & Border Patrol and the Army National Guard encountered 5,204 individuals illegally crossing the border, adding to the more than 200,000 illegal border crossings so far this year, said Cong. Tony Gonzales of the rapidly growing Security & Humanitarian Crisis at the nation's Southern Border.
"Unfortunately, there were a number of taxing entities that attempted to use the pandemic to increase their taxpayers Property Tax Bills at the worst possible time," said Bettencourt, introducing a number of bills that would provide further transparency, save money, and create jobs.
"The Biden Border Crisis is real, and it’s going to get worse. That’s why I joined my colleagues today at the Capitol to call on President Biden to take ownership of the crisis he’s created, and take immediate action to get it under control," said Texas Cong. Kevin Brady.
In the Blue States there is no Rule of Law. A governing principle of left-wing Democrat Party officials is to gleefully announce they are locking up “white supremacists.” Prepare yourself for a lot of witch-trial hysteria.
“This is the first case in the nation to seek a constitutional right to an anti-racist education,” said the lead attorney for Integrate NYC, which is alleging that New York City’s Public School System creates a caste system pitting White & Asian students against African-American & Latino students.
Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today launched Operation Lone Star to combat the smuggling of people and drugs into Texas.
“This is a crisis for our local communities who're already struggling from the pandemic, scrounging for COVID-19 tests, food & housing for these migrants. The surge of migrant apprehensions by U.S. Border Patrol has overwhelmed U.S Customs & Border Protection’s processing capacity," said South Texas Democrat Cong. Henry Cuellar.
The lack of communication ahead of the storm contributed to Texans’ many challenges, and this system will provide a much needed warning ahead of impending disasters and extreme weather.
"The time has come to finally put an end to this lawless charade,” said Texas State Sen. Dawn Buckingham, filing legislation to prohibit the City of Austin (and others) from allowing homeless camping in public as the level of crime and public concerns over health issues continue to rise in cities that do so.
The high school equivalency subsidy program provides free subsidies for Texans at least 21 years of age to take a GED or HiSET exam. While existing adult education and literacy (AEL) programs support adult learners to prepare to take a high school equivalency test, they do not cover the costs of taking a test.
U.S. Congressman Brian Babin (TX-36) wrote the following Op-Ed detailing the dangerous impacts that the Democrats’ For the People Act (H.R. 1) will have on future elections, our First Amendment rights, and more.
President Biden’s relaxed immigration policies have given a green light to traffickers and smugglers that our nation's Southern Border is open. His policies will cost us a secure border – and weakening our national security.
“The integrity of the voter roll is paramount to the entire electoral process and we must restore confidence in the voter roll for future elections for all Texans,” said Sen. Paul Bettencourt, who along with 5 joint-authors filed voter registration and election code violation bills to protect Texan's voter integrity.
February's tepid jobs report showing little change from the previous month is exactly why we should focus on jobs and vaccine distribution, says Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX). . .
Democrats in Washington want us to believe that order, sanity and responsibility have returned to the nation’s capital, and stylistically that might even be partially true. But in the actual details of policy proposals, Washington is doubling down on the crazy.
This means funding will be made available to school systems in Texas that have seen enrollment and attendance declines because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as long as they maintain or increase current levels of on-campus attendance.
The bill sends a strong message to cities like Austin, which recently cut its police department budget by $150,000,000, that putting citizens and law enforcement further in harm’s way will not be tolerated.