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WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) along with several other members of Congress wrote Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy urging the inclusion of Coronavirus relief funding specifically for children’s hospitals.
SAN ANTONIO, TX — Today, U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) announced that the Department of Health and Human Services awarded seven grants to health centers in the 23rd congressional district to continue combating the current pandemic. The funds awarded to the community health facilities totaled $502,036.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) continued his push for lower prescription drug costs and increased health care access, transparency and innovation by helping introduce the Lower Costs, More Cures Act (H.R. 19). This comprehensive package includes several bipartisan House and Senate measures to lower out-of-pocket spending, protect access to medicines and cures, strengthen transparency and accountability and encourage competition in the healthcare space.
Originally Published in the El Paso Times on September 11, 2019.
As the representative of the 23rd District of Texas, I’ve learned that when it comes to health care, folks want policies that increase access to, improve the quality of and decrease costs of care. I have seen firsthand how Community Health Centers do just that by delivering high-quality, affordable and accessible services.
WASHINGTON, DC – After a successful four years securing big wins for South and West Texans and leading many conversations in Congress on national security and technology issues, U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) was chosen by his colleagues to serve on the prestigious House Appropriations Committee. This committee decides public funding amounts across the federal government, including for many important projects across the 23rd District of Texas, including but not limited to:
Representative Will Hurd conducted a Town Hall meeting at the El Capitan Conference Center last Saturday. Sheriff Oscar Carrillo introduced Rep. Hurd to the compact audience of about a dozen area residents. Rep. Hurd is running for re-election for the 23rd Congressional District which covers 820 miles from Cotulla to San Elizario. Rep. Hurd noted that he plans to visit all 29 counties in five days.
PRESIDIO COUNTY, TX – This week, the Health Resources & Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that Presidio County Health Services, Inc. has been awarded $334,618 in grant funding for the construction of new access sites and to expand the practice to include pharmacy, dental and mental health services. U.S. Representative Will Hurd, who submitted a letter of support for the project, was thrilled by the news.
MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:
President Trump threw a dinner party at the White House last night. On the guest list were Republicans and Democrats. And on the menu, overhauling the tax code. The president is hoping to win support for his yet to be revealed plan to rewrite tax legislation. This, of course, comes a week after Trump cut a deal with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling and fund the government into December. And that is the starting point for our conversation with Texas Republican Will Hurd. He's on the line.
Good morning, Congressman.
To House Republicans who don’t like the funding deal President Donald Trump made with Democrats, Rep. Will Hurd has a message: Get yourself together, or quit complaining.
Otherwise, get used to the feeling of watching the Republican president brag about how much he’s getting done with Chuck and Nancy.
Hurricane Harvey has left thousands of Texans in dyer situations. Many have been left without homes and are now looking for a way to rebuild. On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a more than $15 billion Hurricane Harvey relief bill into law. Congressman Will Hurd said billions more will be needed.
“Some early numbers suggest it's going to be north of $100 billion,” Hurd said.