Washington, D.C. –Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro released this statement following the U.S. House of Representatives vote to address the doubling of student loan rates:
I’m proud of these Stevenson Middle School students who are competing in the National History Day contest. Glad they had time to stop by my office!
In every country, in every region of the world, gender inequality continues to tear at humanity’s moral fabric. The United Nation’s HeForShe movement is raising awareness and driving change to empower women and girls. Tonight I had the honor of speaking with folks involved in this initiative who are committed to fighting injustice.
The Life and Death (and Life?) of the Party
The August issue of Texas Monthly features Representative Joaquin Castro, Wendy Davis, and Mayor Julian Castro. They discuss Battleground Texas and what needs to be done in order to have more democratic representatives for the state.
San Antonio's very own Congressman Joaquin Castro visits the White House along with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to meet with the President and discuss Immigration Reform. Congressman Castro discusses the importance of Immigration Reform to the state of Texas.
Congressman Joaquin Castro discusses the importance of Immigration Reform for the economy of Texas. Congressman Castro also discusses the importance of accomplishing Immigration Reform for the agriculture, high-tech, construction, and hospitality industries.