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Harvey Recovery Update

This week marks six months since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast. In this edition of the newsletter, you’ll find various updates from FEMA about the recovery efforts from these last six months. Upon reflection of the past six months, I am still so grateful for the momentous strides that have been […]

Harvey Recovery Update

In the following newsletter you’ll see various updates from around the state. I do want to take the time to highlight that my office has yet to receive updated plans about US-59’s planned construction. As soon as we get that information, we will disseminate it on our social media profiles. Be sure to use the […]

Harvey Recovery Update

I spent most of this week traveling back and forth between House District 127 and Austin, Texas. On Tuesday, I was honored to receive the “Friends of Education Award” from the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) at their annual convention in Austin, Texas. I enjoyed collaborating with educators across the state during the 85th legislative […]

Harvey Recovery Update

This week was another busy one for our team. Monday and Tuesday, I was in Austin to provide two legislative updates and also had the pleasure of watching Brianna and her high school choir perform at the same conference. In the district, my staff and I attended several meetings to discuss the ongoing Harvey recovery […]

Harvey Recovery Update

This was a busy week for me and my staff. I spent a few days in Austin for the inaugural meeting of the Commission on Public School Finance. This meeting spanned several hours, and the commission members listened to testimony from the commissioners of the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and […]

Harvey Recovery Update

Thank you for subscribing to my newsletter. This week’s edition contains information about the Texas Education Agency’s proposal to correct the allegations of restricting enrollment in special education. You may remember that last session, the House Committee on Public Education addressed this issue and successfully passed SB 160, which prohibited TEA from establishing any limit […]

Court Rules in Favor of Huberty – Summary Judgement Signed: Opponent Is Disqualified

“Game over,” said Allen Blakemore, Huberty Campaign strategist. “Judge Burke’s ruling today settles the matter. Mr. Grant is not eligible as a candidate for House District 127. We are disappointed Grant’s name will still be on the ballot, but the Huberty campaign will take steps to ensure the voters are informed that Mr. Grant has been disqualified as a […]

Harvey Recovery Update

Thank you for subscribing to my newsletter. My newsletter compiles the important information in both House District 127 and in Austin and delivers it straight to your inbox. This week’s edition contains information about a new STAAR Assessment project, Plea for Three Updates, a copy of the letter I sent to Governor Abbott explaining the […]

SJRA Replies to Chairmen Larson & Huberty

The San Jacinto River Authority today replied to the letter from Chairman Larson and the members of the House Natural Resources Committee regarding flooding in the Lake Houston area following the release of water from Lake Conroe. Jace Houston of the SJRA sent the following reply letter to Chairman Dan Huberty. Click here to view […]

Huberty Requests Governor Abbott’s Immediate Support of the Plea for Three

Chairman Dan Huberty has sent an official request to Governor Greg Abbott for his support of the Plea for Three Campaign to mitigate the immediate threat of repeat flooding in the Lake Houston area. The text of the letter is included below. View the letter sent to Abbott from Huberty by clicking here: Huberty – Letter […]

Dan Huberty's Response to Malicious Attack Video