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Huberty Files School Finance Reform Bill

AUSTIN – Texas House Public Education Committee Chairman Dan Huberty on Monday filed House Bill 21, which provides $1.6 billion in additional resources for education while making several improvements to the state’s school finance formulas. When compared to what they are scheduled to receive under current law, more than 95 percent of Texas school districts […]

Infant Death in Texas Linked to Zika

Texas has confirmed that an infant who recently died in Harris County had microcephaly linked to the Zika virus. The baby passed away shortly after birth and is the first Zika-related death reported in Texas. During her pregnancy, the mother was in Latin America, where she was infected, and the baby acquired the infection in […]

Rep. Huberty’s July Newsletter

Dear Fellow Texan, Happy Independence Day Weekend! Janet and I are very excited to enjoy the long weekend with our family and neighbors. This weekend of celebration is an active one for House District 127. You can see a list of events here. While this weekend is a time of celebration, please keep in mind these […]

Huberty Requests Disaster Declaration for Harris County

Sunday, June 05, 2016 Community Reports State Representative Dan Huberty has sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott requesting that Harris County be added to the disaster declaration issued last Wednesday. As issued, the current proclamation includes 31 Texas counties, but not Harris County. Huberty stated that there was sufficient damage done to homes and properties […]

State Rep. Dan Huberty Requests Disaster Declaration for Harris County

June 3, 2015 Kingwood, TX- Earlier today, State Representative Dan Huberty sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott requesting that Harris County be added to the disaster declaration issued on Wednesday. As issued, the current proclamation includes 31 Texas counties, but not Harris County. Huberty stated that there was sufficient damage done to homes and […]

Fagen Statement

My office has been contacted by several constituents expressing concern over the hiring of the new Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen. I have not had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Fagen, but I’m sure that situation will be remedied soon. Anyone who has concerns about Dr. Fagen should direct those concerns to the publicly […]

Severe Weather, Heavy Rain Possible Throughout the Week

Severe Weather Information The National Weather Service says that the Houston area is at risk of the possibility of heavy, flooding rainfall this week.  The area is expecting an average of 1-2 inches Wednesday, with some areas receiving more than 3 inches of rain. This weekend and into Tuesday, some areas could receive 4-5 inches […]

Widespread Rainfall Likely Through This Friday

What is the danger? Storms bringing 2-4 inches of rainfall to all of Southeast Texas are moving into Harris County beginning as early as this evening. Along with high winds and frequent lightning, some areas could receive more than 6 inches of rain through Friday night. If this occurs in areas where grounds and waterways […]

AlertHouston Update: Flooding continues West Fork of the San Jacinto Near Kingwood

The National Weather Service says that major flooding is continuing in the Kingwood area following heavy rain in the watershed of the West Fork of the San Jacinto River.  Based on current projections, water should drop below major flood stage in the early morning hours Wednesday.  The river should return within its banks by Friday […]