This week the House and Senate took a critical step towards completed historic tax reform for theAmerican people. The American people deserve a tax code that allows them to keep more of their hard-earned money.
During this Thanksgiving season, the time for gratitude and reflection, I would like to highlight the invaluable contributions of the men and women who serve in the United States military at home and around the world.
Today I join Americans across the country in offering my deepest thanks to all of our men and women in who served our country. These brave heroes deserve to be thanked each and every day for their unwavering service to our country, commitment to protecting our freedom, and their continued contributions to our communities.
This weekend we pause to pay tribute to our nations veterans and thank them for their service. In honor of the observation of Veteran’s Day today I will be participating in events across the district to say thank you to the brave men and women who protected our great nation.
Yesterday Chairman Kevin Brady of the Ways and Means Committee introduced HR 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which represented the first public unveiling of legislation that could lead to tax reform this Congress. According to the Wall Street Journal, this bill “is, on net, about a $1.5 trillion tax
This week I had the opportunity to testify before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health, and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies.
It was a beautiful week in the 32nd Congressional District meeting with North Texans across theregion.
While the water has dried and the winds have stopped, the damage that the hurricanes wrought in Texas, Florida, Georgia, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico is still very much present.
When I talk with constituents about what they feel is the biggest threat to our great nation, an overwhelming amount say our national debt.
Do you remember what you were doing in 1986? I was working at then Southwestern Bell Company and my hair was still brown. I know I’ve changed a lot since then, but do you know what hasn’t? Our tax code.