Washington, DC – Representing the 23rd Congressional District of Texas, U.S. Representative Will Hurd released the following statement today in support of the Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act:
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Will Hurd (R-TX) released the following statement regarding his vote for the Regulatory Accountability Act of 2015:
Washington, DC – El Congresista Republicano por el estado de Texas, Will Hurd, cumpliendo con sus promesa de asegurar nuestra frontera, votara a favor de la propuesta de ley que financiaría al Departamento de Seguridad Nacional y detendría la orden ejecutiva del Presidente Obama, cual sobrepasa su autoridad en cuanto a políticas de inmigración.
Washington, D.C. - Working to fulfill his promise to find solutions that will secure our border and enforce our laws, Republican Representative Will Hurd of Texas intends to vote to pass the House appropriations bill that will fund the Department of Homeland Security and stop the President's executive overreach on immigration policy.
Washington, DC - U.S. Representative Will Hurd (R-TX) released the following statement after voting for the passage of the Keystone XL Pipeline Act:
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