WASHINGTON — Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), member of the House Appropriations and Intelligence Committees, today sent letters to every member nation of the World Health Organization (WHO) with U.S.-relations to request support in getting answers from WHO on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and favoritism towards the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
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WASHINGTON – Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) today voted against Democrats’ partisan, $3 trillion legislation masked as a Coronavirus relief package. His statement is below.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) today voted against a partisan measure in the House of Representatives that allows one congressman to vote on behalf of ten colleagues.
SAN ANTONIO, TX — U.S. Representatives Will Hurd (TX-23) and Henry Cuellar (TX-28) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Mexico’s Foreign Secretary Marcel Ebrard calling for a coordinated definition of “essential” in order for businesses in both countries to have the same guidelines.
Originally published on FoxNews.com on May 13, 2020.
SAN ANTONIO, TX – U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) today announced that more than $94 million has been awarded to Texas through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
SAN ANTONIO, TX – U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) today announced that health centers in Texas’ 23rd district will receive more than $3.1 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to continue combating the COVID-19 pandemic through testing.
Originally published in the Dallas Morning News on May 5, 2020.
U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) today announced that more than $2.8 million has been allocated to Texas from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.
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Efforts to codify and elevate the federal government’s top IT position were bolstered Jan. 4 as Reps. Will Hurd, R-Texas, and Robin Kelly, D-Ill., reintroduced legislation that would make the federal chief information officer a presidential appointee that reports directly to the director of the Office of Management and Budget.
WASHINGTON – In the first showdown vote of the Democratic-led House over President Donald Trump's promised border wall, Texas Republican Will Hurd looks like a man caught in the middle.
A bipartisan duo of lawmakers on Friday reintroduced legislation that would elevate the post of the federal government’s chief information officer, as well as establish a new line for reporting about information technology across the administration.
Hurd says he wants to get federal employees back to work and solve immigration issues, including DACA.
Less than two months after the Senate failed to take up the Federal CIO Authorization Act, the bipartisan bill’s cosponsors reintroduced it to the House Friday.
The bill to elevate the authority of the federal CIO didn’t make it out of the 115th Congress, but that doesn’t mean its authors are giving up on it.
President Trump’s false statements and shifting position on the border wall have contradicted his own negotiators and frustrated Republicans he needs to fight battles for him on Capitol Hill.
Top lawmakers are gathering at the White House again Friday to try to find a way to end the partial government shutdown. This comes one day after Democrats, who now have a majority in the House of Representatives, passed a package to reopen parts of the government until September, and passed a measure to fund the Department of Homeland Security through Feb. 8.
Reps. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., and Will Hurd, R-Texas reintroduced today their Federal CIO Authorization Act, which is intended to elevate and reauthorize the role of the Federal CIO. A previous version of the legislation passed unanimously out of the House on Nov. 30, 2018.
Undocumented immigrant children will be released quicker from the Tornillo tent city and other shelters after a policy change regarding the fingerprinting of sponsors' households.