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House Passes Neugebauer Terrorism Risk Insurance Bill to Protect Taxpayers and Help the Economy

Today the House passed H.R. 26, my bill to reform the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) by increasing taxpayer protections.

The American people are tired of writing blank checks to bailout Washington. Today’s reform bill shifts more of the terrorism insurance risk away from hardworking taxpayers and encourages greater private sector insurance participation. Furthermore, under this legislation,

at Jan 8, 2015 7:04 AM

Obama Keystone Veto Threat Cause For Whiplash

I made the following remarks today in response to President Barack Obama’s promise to veto a bill with bipartisan support that would authorize construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The veto threat comes only weeks after the President committed to working with the new Congress.

Listening to President Obama you could almost get whiplash. On one hand he said he wants to work with the new Republican majority in the House and the Senate; on the other hand, as the Majority Leader has

at Jan 7, 2015 5:14 PM

Pro-Life Leader: Unfortunate that Pro-Life Groups are at Odds

As lawmakers prepare to convene for the 2015 session of the Texas Legislature – a session that could once again see intense debates over abortion – at least one prominent anti-abortion leader says it’s unfortunate that there’s a growing rift between the state’s biggest pro-life groups.   Read more »

at Jan 7, 2015 11:08 AM

Our Work Has Just Begun

In the 114th Congress, House Republicans have the largest majority that we’ve seen in the last 65 years, and Harry Reid’s rule in the Senate has come to an end.

I remain committed to my constituents’ priorities: defunding the President’s unconstitutional executive amnesty, repealing ObamaCare, reining in the EPA, and moving forward with construction of the Keystone pipeline. Now is the time for conservatives to stand united in our fight against this overreaching presidency. Our work has just begun.   Read more »

at Jan 7, 2015 9:43 AM

New Congress Set to Start with a Vote on Windstorm Bill

Tomorrow, Congress opens a new legislative session. I am truly honored and humbled to represent the 19th District of Texas and to bring the values of West Texas and Big Country to Washington. Our newly elected Republican majorities in the House and the Senate will hit the ground running to work together to get America back on track. With this new political landscape, we will have greater

at Jan 6, 2015 5:22 PM

Ten Steps Every Employer Needs to Do Now to Prepare For Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration Reform

In an effort to keep employers apprised of President Obama’s executive action on immigration reform, Monty & Ramirez LLP has identified 10 steps that every employer needs to do now. 

Listed below are the 10 steps every employer needs to do now to prepare for the executive action on immigration reform. Each week, starting on January 12th, 2015, and ending on March 16th, 2015, we will focus on one of the ten steps in greater detail.   Read more »

at Jan 6, 2015 1:02 PM

George P. Bush Announces Danielle Treviño as Social Media Strategist for Texas General Land Office

AUSTIN – Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced Danielle Treviño will serve as Social Media Strategist for the Texas General Land Office (GLO). Treviño joins the GLO from Greg Abbott’s highly successful campaign for governor that included one of the largest digital marketing campaigns of any statewide candidate in Texas history.

“Danielle Treviño brings an exciting vision and expertise to the General Land Office,” said Commissioner Bush. “We are innovating and expanding beyond

at Jan 6, 2015 8:53 AM
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Texas House To Build on HB5 Education Reforms

Austin - The Texas House will continue to strengthen college and career readiness in the upcoming legislative session by providing additional training for high school guidance counselors, Speaker Joe Straus said Monday.

The initiative will build on the successes of House Bill 5, a major education reform measure that the Legislature passed unanimously in 2013. House Bill 5 changed high school graduation requirements to allow

at Jan 5, 2015 5:00 PM

9 Dying Brands Under Obama

If things are going so well in Obama’s economy, why don’t we FEEL it?

481 banks (and counting) have failed under Obama, and taxpayers were left holding the bag (pardon the bank robbing pun) for $71 billion of defaults. Couple this with the $787 billion in bailouts and you get “Obama Success!”   Read more »

at Jan 5, 2015 12:25 PM

Could We Be Living in The Twilight Zone?

Foreshadowing. Alluding to the future. Prophesying. We've all heard of these things before. We've heard foreshadowing through the recording made by former President Reagan when he warned of the dangers of socialized medicine. Or Paul Harvey with his recording of "If I Were the Devil" when he makes some very chilling predictions about the future, and I think we can all agree that some of those things he talks about have definitely come to pass. You know me, though, I like to find unlikely places for inspiration and I think I may have done it with an episode of The Twilight Zone.   Read more »

at Jan 5, 2015 9:17 AM


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