Washington, DC—Today, U.S. Representative Will Hurd supported two resolutions that formally disapprove of new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations of power plants. The resolutions provide protection from additional EPA overreach that will drive energy prices up for consumers, causing significant harm to families and businesses across the country.
I love coffee. Especially when that cup of joe comes from a local coffee shop in one of our rural Texas towns. I put hundreds of miles on my car every week traveling the district and one of my favorite things to do is use Google to find a new place to grab some coffee.
San Antonio, TX - Last month, U.S. Representative Will Hurd of the 23rd Congressional District of Texas toured Professional Contract Services, Inc. (PCSI) and Goodwill Industries of San Antonio at their facilities at Camp Bullis in San Antonio.
Published 6:24 pm, Tuesday, November 17, 2015
How can there be a political solution in Syria that aligns with our interests when our adversaries have a seat at the negotiating table but our friends do not?
One thing we can all agree on is that when it comes to our nation’s Veterans, we can and must do more.
When the wait-list scandal at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) rocked the country, one of the laws that Congress passed in response was the Choice Card Program.
This week’s Hurd on the Hill column is a truly special edition. In honor of Veterans Day, I asked one of my staffers, Jon Arnold, to tell you why he joined the U.S. Army and what motivates him to continue to serve today. I hope you enjoy his story. - wbh
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Will Hurd (R-TX) today introduced the State and Local Cyber Protection Act of 2015, which will give state and local governments access to federal resources when it comes to securing their digital information systems.
Living on a budget is not easy. Every working-class family knows that. Sometimes you have to make tough decisions on how your hard-earned money is going to be spent. This requires sometimes sacrificing what you really want in order to pay for what you really need.
I think Washington should work the same way.
Washington, D.C.—Today, U.S. Representative Will Hurd voted against a bill to raise the debt ceiling by suspending the nation’s borrowing limit through March 2017. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 also has negative implications for farmers, ranchers, hospitals, and oil producers in the 23rd Congressional District of Texas.
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Congress will be busy with future tech initiatives and members have high hopes for the potential of current programs, according to two congressmen who spoke June 7 at MeriTalk’s Cloud Computing Brainstorm.
The General Services Administration announced Wednesday its tech wing—the Technology Transformation Service—will move into the Federal Acquisition Service in an effort to work better with the White House.
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Republicans in Congress have four issues on their agenda ahead of the August recess, but investigations into Russian cyberattacks could derail them all. Texans are well-positioned to potentially play key roles on all of those issues.
After a sour spring, Congress is prepping for the summertime blues.
The Solution joined the Chamber of Commerce Friday afternoon, celebrating their efforts to serve Del Rio’s health-conscious community for one year.
From Washington, D.C., to El Paso, infrastructure is a major topic of conversation.
Military veterans will get a boost in finding jobs in policing, under a law signed Friday afternoon by President Donald Trump and backed by Texas Sen. John Cornyn.
Cornyn, the Republicans' deputy leader in the Senate, worked with Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota on the measure, along with Rep. Will Hurd, R-San Antonio.
Jobs will be created and wait times reduced to cross the border at Presidio with construction of a new port entry.
Congressman Will Hurd says he doesn't want government regulating things it doesn't understand, and that includes smart devices like internet-connected cameras, thermostats and other gadgets that currently number in the tens of billions globally.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd is co-sponsoring legislation aimed at addressing nearly $12 billion in deferred maintenance at national parks across the country, including nearly $9 million needed for the four federally run historic missions in San Antonio.