Join Me For A Town Hall Meeting

I am pleased to announce another upcoming town hall meeting. I hope that you can join me for a discussion about the recent flooding in Harris County and what I’m doing to expedite flood mitigation projects in Congressional District 7. More importantly, I look forward to hearing from you and discussing your suggestions. Join me on Monday, June 6th from 6:00-7:00 pm at Pershing Middle School.

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Giving Our Community A Voice

I included language in the THUD Appropriations bill that requires the HUD Secretary to notify elected officials when a housing project is proposed in their area of jurisdiction. This change will allow constituents to be made aware of any projects that will potentially affect their children’s schools, traffic congestion, and neighborhoods. The provision I included in this legislation gives our community a voice from the beginning of a project's development.

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NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Visits Capitol Hill

After a year in space, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth. In this year's Commerce, Justice and Science Appropriations bill, Chairman Culberson secured more funds for NASA to continue their important space exploration.

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Rep. Culberson sends letter to Library of Congress in opposition of decision to eliminate the term "illegal aliens"

Rep. Culberson joined Representative Lamar Smith, Senator Jeff Sessions, and Senator Ted Cruz in sending a letter of opposition to the Library of Congress over the decision to eliminate the term "illegal alien" from library resources.

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Congressman Culberson Culberson Statement on passage of National Defense Authorization Act

“Fellow Texan, Chairman Mac Thornberry, did an excellent job protecting the United States military in this crucial legislation. This funding authorization ensures that our military remains the strongest in the world and is prepared against any threat. It is Congress’ Constitutional duty to ‘provide for the common defense’ and our military men and women deserve every resource they need to do their important work."

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