On my visit to Japan and South Korea, two of the United States’ critical security and economic allies, I met with several government officials, including Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and Speaker of Korea's National Assembly Chung Sye-kyun. We discussed ways we can strengthen our nations’ bonds.
I founded the bipartisan Congressional Pre-K Caucus with Congresswoman Katherine Clark and
I joined the Texas Association of School Boards to discuss ways we can work together to strengthen public education in our state and create greater opportunity for our kids.
The Affordable Care Act saves lives. San Antonians shared the ways the law has helped their families access the care they need, and Rep.
Japan is a critical security and economic partner to the United States. The new administration should build on the progress President Obama made in strengthening our nations’ relationship and demonstrate the United States’ commitment to our friend.
I joined several of my colleagues for a hearing on business at the southern border, and am grateful that Robert McKinley from the UTSA Institute for Economic Development attended to share h
I joined Port San Antonio to celebrate Kelly Field’s centennial and highlight the former base’s 100 years of economic contributions to our city.
I joined SAReads to discuss the power of reading and importance of getting books in our kids’ hands. Together, we can increase literacy in San Antonio.
For Texas to reach its economic potential, all our students must have the opportunity to achieve educational and professional success.