This morning I met with the Congressional Study Group on Europe and members of Germany’s parliament to discuss pressing issues in the European Union.
This morning I joined the Institute for Higher Education Policy and Texas Guaranteed to discuss the importance of making higher education in America affordable and accessible for our students.
I’m glad I had a chance to speak with Admiral Dennis Blair of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA about the importance of the U.S.-Japan economic and security relationship.
Congressman Joaquin Castro answers a Twitter question about children who came to the United States through no fault of their own, known as DREAMERS. He states that moral and economic stakes are high, and Texas has the most to gain or lose through Comprehensive Immigration Reform. The bottom line is that Comprehensive Immigration Reform means jobs.
Congressman Joaquin Castro discusses the Infrastructure of Opportunity with Rep. John Garamendi. Just as there is a system, an infrastructure of transportation, of roads and streets and highways that helps each of us get to where we want to go on the road, we know that in life in America there is another kind of infrastructure.
Texas Monthly Article entitled: The Life and Death (and Life?) of the Party features Congressman Castro, his brother, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, and Texas state senator Wendy Davis. They discuss the current state the Democrats in Texas as well as the future of the Party in upcoming elections.