The Hill Report: Week of July 2 - July 6, 2018
This past weekend marked the 2nd Anniversary of the tragic events that shook our city and put our police officers in the direct line of fire. They did what they were trained to do and because of that they saved countless innocent lives. Over the weekend, I was honored to join the Brotherhood of the Fallen in honoring the Dallas Police Officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. I would like to thank all of our law enforcement officers and take a moment to recognize all of the men and women who selflessly serve and protect our community day in and day out. It is my sincere hope that we never have to face another day like July 7, 2016, but if we do I know one thing is certain, we will face it together and we will prevail.
Congressman Sessions speaking at Brotherhood for the Fallen in honor of the men and women of the Dallas Police Department who lost their lives on July 7, 2016.
Fourth of July
Last week families and friends across America gathered in celebration of our country’s independence. The Fourth of July is a special day to reflect on the freedoms that we enjoy day in and day out and the brave men and women who safeguard these liberties and fight to protect and defend our great nation.
On Wednesday I was delighted to celebrate Independence Day back home in North Texas. Throughout the day, I participated in various events across the 32nd Congressional District including the Highland Park Fourth of July Parade, an Independence Day Cookout in Dallas, the Rowlett Fireworks on Main Street, in addition to the Richardson Family Fourth Celebration which included a concert by the Richardson Community Band. Here are a few pictures from the festivities:
I hope you had a great weekend,