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Wednesday, September 02 2015
On Tuesday this week, I received an appointment to the Texas Judicial Council. The Texas Judicial Council, created in 1929 as the policy-making body for the state judiciary, studies and reports on the organization and practices of the Judicial Branch of Texas to state government. I was appointed by the Speaker of the House, Joe Straus. Straus said he appointed me because of my experience as an ...read more
Categories: Political, Community, Press Release
Tuesday, August 25 2015
Enroll Today! What is the Small Business Health Options Program - SHOP? What tools are available to lower the cost of health insurance for small businesses? Where and when can I get assistance for my business with less than 100 employees? Join us for a free workshop! Hosted by: The Office of Congressman Henry Cuellar-TX, District 28 You will have the opportunity to obtain information and ...read more
Categories: Political, Press Release, Community
Wednesday, August 19 2015
Continuing my series of legislative updates on new laws passed this year that will have a positive impact on pe ople across our district and the state, today I want to focus on two new laws that I authored - one relating to the protection of those who work in jails, and one that offers increased flexibility to individuals and families in the estate planning process. Protection for Magistrates and ...read more
Categories: Community, Political, Press Release
Tuesday, August 04 2015
Since the 84th Legislative Session ended in June, I have provided legislative recaps summarizing some of the actions taken and laws passed this year that will affect Texans around the state. With this update, I want to focus on some of the specific bills that I authored and worked on during the session. Before I begin, however, I should first report that of all freshman members, I had the highest ...read more
Categories: Human Interest, Community, Press Release
Friday, January 09 2015
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Small, nonfarm businesses in 199 Texas counties and neighboring counties in New Mexico and Oklahoma are now eligible to apply for low√Ę??interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA). These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by the drought in the following primary counties that began January 1, 2014, ...read more
Categories: Press Release, Community