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Weekly Newsletter – July 26, 2019

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board announced that they have extended the deadline for nominations to the Texas Armed Service Scholarship Program. If you or someone you know qualifies for this grant, be sure to send in your paperwork soon to get an interview. School will be starting soon and with it, a wave of […]

Weekly Newsletter – July 19, 2019

This week marks the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission and the walk on the moon. NASA is hosting events all year but this Saturday is the Apollo 50th Lunar Celebration at Space Center Houston. Check it out below to purchase tickets to join us for an all-day event featuring an outdoor festival, concert and countdown […]

Weekly Newsletter – July 12, 2019

I hope everyone had a happy and restful holiday weekend. As I mentioned in last week’s edition, our community hosted a multitude of events to celebrate Independence Day. Area residents were offered several different sets of firework displays; on July 3rd at the Kingwood Country Club; then at Kingwood Town Center, King’s Harbor, Valley Ranch […]

Weekly Newsletter – July 3, 2019

Happy Fourth of July! Hopefully you are celebrating America’s Independence with among family and friends. Our family will once again be taking part in the Kingwood Civic Club Parade and the Kingwood Town Center Firework display. There are several other fun events around the Lake Houston area, from fishing to parades to concerts and, of […]

Weekly Newsletter – June 28, 2019

My family and I spent last week on vacation in Toronto, Canada, and the weekend in Cleveland, Ohio, visiting family. It was a much-needed break for all of us and we spent some great time together. In this edition, you will find information on the historic disaster-related legislation signed by Governor Abbott for Harvey recovery. Included […]

Notable Accomplishments of the 86th Session

Promises Made. Promises Kept.

Weekly Newsletter – June 21, 2019

Sunday was the last day Governor Abbott could sign or veto a bill. If he failed to take either action,the bill would automatically become law without his signature. In the end, he vetoed a total of 58 items, resulting in more than 1400 new laws in the State of Texas. For a full report of […]

Weekly Newsletter – June 14, 2019

On Tuesday, Governor Abbott signed HB 3, The Texas Plan, into law. I was honored to be alongside him and my Senate counterpart, Chairman Larry Taylor, as this tranformative legislation was signed. Speaker Dennis Bonnen and Lt. Gov Dan Patrick, along with my Vice Chairman, Diego Bernal, and fellow Commission Members, Rep. Ken King, Sen. […]

Weekly Newsletter – June 7, 2019

We are back from Austin and busy assessing everything we accomplished during the 86th Session. Personally, I was able to pass 13 pieces of legislation through both chambers and on to Governor Abbott. So far, he has signed four of those bills and I am confident the others will also receive his approval. Each week, […]

Dan Huberty's Response to Malicious Attack Video