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February 15, 2015 In The News

El Paso Times

It has been a busy first six weeks in office for U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, who represents one of the largest geographical districts in Texas.

Hurd, R-Texas, has focused on border security, cyber security, the economy and health care for veterans.

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February 13, 2015 In The News

Baseline Magazine - By Samuel Greengard

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February 12, 2015 In The News

PJ Media

WASHINGTON — The head of the nation’s counterterrorism efforts told Congress today that the flow of foreign fighters pledging their allegiance to ISIS not only poses a threat to the U.S., but “momentum and competition” with other terrorist groups has ramped up the danger as well.

February 11, 2015 In The News

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February 5, 2015 In The News

San Antonio Express News - By Bill Lambrecht, Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON — In their annual journey to Washington, San Antonio business and community leaders are pressing Congress for a budget deal that would lift spending caps that threaten cutbacks at local military installations.

February 2, 2015 In The News

Ozy.com - BY  EMILY CADEI

February 1, 2015 In The News

San Antonio Express - By Bill Lambrecht, Washington Bureau

 

WASHINGTON — If Will Hurd sounds excited about what lies in front of him in Congress, there’s reason.

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January 29, 2015 In The News

News One Now - Roland Martin

“When I was a member of the C.I.A., I knew who my enemies were,” Rep. Will Hurd said jokingly toRoland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now.”

January 26, 2015 In The News

El Paso Inc. - By David Crowder

He was sitting just at a few seats away from first lady Michelle Obama during the State of the Union address.

He went to a White House luncheon where Vice President Joe Biden spoke for more than an hour.

January 26, 2015 In The News

San Antonio Express News - Aaron Nelson

MISSION — As a $10 billion border security bill moves to the House amid heated debate over immigration, a whirlwind visit to some of the busiest areas along the Southwest border has done little to dissuade a Republican delegation from the notion that border crime poses an imminent threat to national security.

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