Here in South and West Texas, border security is not an abstract issue. Every week meeting with folks across 29 counties of the 23rd District of Texas, securing our border and fixing our broken immigration system are frequent topics of conversation. That’s because the border is our backyard, and what happens on the border impacts the daily lives of families across TX-23 communities.
WASHINGTON, DC – One of the first pieces of legislation to pass this year is a bill to help make sure that Americans’ online identities safe from hackers. Today the House unanimously voted to strengthen national cybersecurity by passing U.S. Reps. Will Hurd (TX-23) and Robin Kelly (IL-02)’s Federal CIO Authorization Act of 2018. Rep.
WASHINGTON, DC –U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) joined his colleagues in an act of solidarity with the millions of Jewish people across the nation and world in condemning antisemitism by passing the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Act. Hurd was proud to cosponsor this initiative and issued the following statement after walking off the House floor:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Representatives Will Hurd (TX-23) and Robin Kelly (IL-02) continued their efforts to strengthen national cybersecurity by introducing a bipartisan bill to elevate and reauthorize the role of the Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO), who oversees the security of our digital infrastructure across the federal government.
It is the privilege of a lifetime to continue serving as Representative of the good folks of the 23rd District of Texas. My bosses are each of you, the nearly 800,000 people I represent across the 29 counties of TX-23, and I fundamentally cannot perform my job without your regular feedback.
WASHINGTON, DC – In response to the recent announcement by the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to counter Chinese national security threats, former CIA undercover officer and cybersecurity entrepreneur U.S.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House passed the Museum and Library Services Act (S. 3530), a bipartisan initiative to ensure the continued success of our libraries and museums across the nation originally introduced by Senator Reed (D-RI). U.S. Representative Will Hurd (TX-23) joined representatives Reps.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House of Representatives passed the SECURE Technology Act, a bipartisan national security package that ensures our Department of Homeland Security (DHS) personnel have the resources needed to keep Americans safe from global threats in today’s interconnected world.
There is a spirit of joy and giving in the air this time of year that goes unmatched, no matter the occasion celebrated. From getting together with family and loved ones to giving back to those in need, the holidays bring out the best in each of us and our nation as a whole.
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If all goes as planned, officials will finally get to break ground on a new federal courthouse in February, but it’s still unclear whether the training of hundreds of judges from across the country will continue to be held here, since the facility will no longer have a training center.
Monday, however, was a time to celebrate.
Eagle Pass, Tx.- Como agradecimiento al trabajo que ha desempeñado como congresista, cargo que le ha permitido gestionar diversos proyectos de beneficio para las distintas entidades a las que representa, la tribu tradicional de Texas Kikapú nombró una de las calles principales Will Hurd en honor al representante estatal por el distrito 23 de Texas.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio can thank a local lawmaker's social network for the chance to show the potential of its cybersecurity students and faculty to the country's largest social media company.
Representative Will Hurd conducted a Town Hall meeting at the El Capitan Conference Center last Saturday. Sheriff Oscar Carrillo introduced Rep. Hurd to the compact audience of about a dozen area residents. Rep. Hurd is running for re-election for the 23rd Congressional District which covers 820 miles from Cotulla to San Elizario. Rep.
Este miercoles, los directivos de la nación Kickapoo, dedicaron una calle en honor del Congresista Will Hurd, quien agradeció a toda la tribu KTTT. Directivos presentes David Valdez, Daniel Gonzalez, David Treviño, y Kendall Scott. presentes tambien directivos del departamento del agua, camara de comercio, la ciudad de Eagle Pass, el condado de Maverick, el EPISD, entre otros.
DEL RIO, Texas — In this tiny town at the edge of South Texas brush country, a black steel fence runs along the Mexican border. About 15 feet high and topped by small metal spires that bend toward Mexico, it stretches west from a Border Patrol checkpoint for about a mile and a half. Then it stops.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-San Antonio) stopped in Del Rio for a town hall to talk about international trade, border security, Laughlin Air Force Base and funding for local projects. The legislator received feedback from Del Rioans regarding veterans issues and social security.
MONAHANS, Texas (Big 2/Fox 24) - Congressman Will Hurd made a stop in Monahans Sunday for his DC2DQ town hall trip.
While in town, the congressman focused on the economy, specifically regarding the trouble with roads in areas like Ward and even Loving Counties.
A number of local youth and their parents welcomed Congressman Will Hurd during a special event on Friday, August 31.
The Congressman donated an assortment of children’s books to the library from the Library of Congress.
MONAHANS, Texas (Big 2/Fox 24) - U.S. Rep. Will Hurd will be making a stop in Monahans over the weekend.
Hurd will meet with the community at Dairy Queen to discuss the issues facing Texans as well as the latest developments and initiatives moving through congress.