WASHINGTON, DC -- In response to the passing of colleague U.S. Representative Louise Slaughter, Rep. Hurd released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Will Hurd released the following statement regarding the U.S. Treasury Department’s announcement to sanction five entities and 19 individuals in Russia involved in meddling with the 2016 U.S. election and other cyberattacks:
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Will Hurd released the following statement concerning the draft report of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s (HPSCI) Russia Investigation:
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Will Hurd released the following statement in response to the President’s announcement to impose new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports:
Since its passage in December, major utility companies nationwide have announced plans to pass on savings to their customers due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Women entrepreneurs make up a growing portion of our economy. In fact, the number of women-owned businesses in the United States increased five times over the last decade. Their presence is all the more evident in our backyard, as Texas is home to more than 890,000 women-owned businesses, the second most in the entire nation.
February marks Black History Month, an opportunity for all Americans to reflect upon and celebrate the countless contributions of African-Americans to our great nation. Having spent nine years as an undercover officer in the CIA, I had the opportunity to serve shoulder-to-shoulder with our brave men and women in uniform.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Representative Will Hurd issued an invitation to high school students who reside in the 23rd Congressional District of Texas to enter the annual Congressional Art Competition. Every year, Congress holds an art competition to find talented students throughout the country.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, following the House of Representatives budget vote to fully fund our military, U.S. Representative Will Hurd issued the following statement:
Instead of debating whether or not Russia attempted to influence the 2016 elections—in ways that ranged from encouraging incorrect voting methods to promoting fake rallies to sharing false election stories—Americans should be debating how to counter this activity. The 2018 midterm elections are fast approaching, and the threat remains.
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Aiming to prevent tragedies similar to the fatal hot air balloon crash that killed 16 people near Lockhart in 2016, an Austin lawmaker won U.S. House passage of legislation Friday that would require medical checks for commercial hot air balloon pilots.
Two South Texas congressman behind proposed legislation to permit nonstop flights between San Antonio International Airport and Regan National Airport next to Washington, D.C., decided Thursday in the 11th hour to postpone their efforts.
A proposal that would give San Antonio a shot at a nonstop flight directly into Washington D.C. won’t go before the U.S. House of Representatives this week after encountering opposition from the airline industry and D.C. lawmakers.
SAN ANTONIO - A big push for direct flights between San Antonio and Reagan Airport in Washington, D.C., was denied Thursday afternoon and the vote to end a 1966 federal regulation will not go before the U.S. House of Representatives later this week.
San Antonio area congressmen Will Hurd and Henry Cuellar have withdrawn an amendment to allow flights from Reagan National Airport (DCA) in the Washington, DC, area to San Antonio and San Diego.
The congressmen say the nonstop flight from DCA to SAT would make it easier for military members to fly between the two cities.
A recent poll released by New American Economy and Target Point Consulting revealed that the large majority of conservative and Republican voters would support legislation that increases border security and provides a path to legal status for Dreamers.
A Congressional measure to pave the way for a San Antonio-to-D.C. direct flight made an emergency landing Thursday after staunch opposition from two major airlines.
San Antonio's latest bid to score a non-stop flight to Washington D.C.'s Reagan International has crashed and burned just after liftoff, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.