07 February 2018

Interim Committee Work

Since I was a kid, I’ve always been fascinated by Punxsutawney Phil and his ability to predict the end of winter.  With the utmost respect to the world’s most famous groundhog, I sure hope he’s wrong this year, as I’d be happy to trade his prediction of six more weeks of winter for some milder...
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29 January 2018

Testing and Civics for Texas Students

Recently, record low temperatures were set in cities and counties all across the state as Winter Storm Inga blew ice and snow into Texas. I know, unfortunately, that in most counties in our region there were automobile accidents reported that were a direct result of someone’s failure not to drop their speed and drive to...
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09 January 2018

Critical Dollars for Texas Hospitals

Happy New Year to all! The holiday season has wrapped up, it’s back to work, and everyone’s regular routines are taking over. As 2018 is just a few days old, there’s no reason to think that it won’t be another prosperous year for Texans. On that note, I’d like to share some exciting news for...
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13 December 2017

Growth in the Texas Economy

Christmas decorations are being hung, football playoffs are heating up, and we’re finally seeing some colder weather across East Texas. As we eagerly anticipate the arrival of this Christmas season, let’s pause to remember our fellow Americans who were viciously attacked at Pearl Harbor 76 years ago. We are forever indebted to the men and...
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