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Rep. Will Hurd said federal agents are overwhelmed at the U.S.-Mexico border.
He said, last month alone, 100,000 people crossed illegally into the U.S. Yet, for perspective, he said in all of last year, 400,000 people crossed the border.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) on March 11 signed on as the lead original cosponsor of bipartisan, bicameral legislation that would bolster the federal government’s cybersecurity around its internet of things (IoT) devices.
“We’re going to see two internets—one controlled by China and one controlled by everyone else.”
A panel of politicians and political scientists spoke at the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday about the importance of youth political engagement.
Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his efforts to strengthen U.S. national security.
Announcing a two-day series of conversations at SXSW 2019 in collaboration with The Texas Tribune. Conversations About America’s Future will bring together some of the nation’s top political leaders, whose ideas and visions for the future will shape our country through 2020 and beyond.
Will Hurd will take his federal modernization oversight to a more specific chunk of the government — the intelligence community.
Congressman Will Hurd who represents some of the border cities says Texas is purple – hear why he says the future of the Texas Republican party could be in jeopardy , plus ahead of the President’s Rally in El Paso hear his thoughts on whether a wall is needed and the three other things that could slow crime coming into the U.S.
A group of San Antonio-area congressmen supported a new bill filed this week that could lay the foundation for federal funding and collaboration with the National Security Collaboration Center at the University of Texas at San Anto