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Capitol Newsletter – October 19, 2018

Early Voting for the November 6th General Election begins this Monday, October 22nd at 8 AM, and continues through Friday, November 2nd, at 7 PM. During this time, registered voters may vote at ANY early voting location in Harris County. Be sure to confirm your polling location before you go. CLICK HERE FOR EARLY VOTING […]

Capitol Newsletter – October 12, 2018

It was another busy week in House District 127, even though we started off with a holiday. Tuesday saw one of the largest City of Houston Town Hall’s in District E. Council Member Dave Martin hosted Mayor Sylvester Turner, along with several other council members and experts on Recovery and Prevention. There was a great […]

Weekly Newsletter – October 5, 2018

It was a busy week in House District 127. We attended several events across the community and visited with many constituents. I am looking forward to seeing more of the community at the Town Hall meeting hosted by Council Member Dave Martin on Tuesday, October 9th, at the Kingwood Community Center at 6:30 PM. It […]

Weekly Newsletter – September 28, 2018

On Tuesday, the Commission on Public School Finance met to hear my presentation of Recommendations from the Expenditures Working Group, which I chaired. We had great discussion about the included items and I look forward to hearing from the Revenues Working Group soon. FEMA announced they are providing Humble ISD with more than $5.8 million […]

Weekly Newsletter – September 21, 2018

The latest edition of my Capitol Newsletter is now available.┬áThe Army Corps of Engineers provided further information on the Emergency Dredging project in the West Fork of the San Jacinto River. The Nationwide Wireless Emergency Alert Test originally set for Thursday was postponed until October 3, due to ongoing response efforts to Hurricane Florence. Harris […]

Capitol Newsletter – September 14, 2018

Governor Greg Abbott has officially issued Emergency Declarations for many counties along the coast, in advance of the approaching tropical disturbance. While the National Weather Service has said, “development into a tropical depression is not expected since the system is almost onshore, heavy rainfall and gusty winds are likely across portions of northeastern Mexico and […]

Capitol Newsletter – September 7, 2018

In this week’s issue, you will find information on the Hurricane Harvey Registry, a research study that collects information on the impact of Hurricane Harvey on our Greater Houston area community. Any adult in the Harvey-impacted, Greater Houston area should complete this survey. Your answers are important, whether Harvey impacted you severely, lightly, or not […]

Weekly Newsletter

This week marked one year since the day Harvey’s floodwaters crested and began to recede from the Lake Houston area. Residents and business owners returned to assess the damage and devastation left behind. Friends, family, neighbors and strangers came together to assist each other in the massive recovery and clean-up effort. In the weeks and […]

Capitol Newsletter

This weekend is the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey. People across the region will be coming together to honor the people and places we lost and celebrate the victories achieved in the wake of the storm. It is hard to process the amount of loss and devastation this storm left behind. But the resiliency of […]

Capitol Newsletter

It has been a busy week for education in the State of Texas! On Tuesday, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced that it has been awarded more than $174 million in new federal assistance under the Temporary Emergency Impact Aid for Displaced Students program (Emergency Impact Aid). The federal funding will assist Texas school districts […]

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