A long-anticipated, bipartisan bill designed to help modernize the government’s use of information technology was approved this week by the U.S. Senate.
On that fateful day in 2001, Texans now in Congress were scattered across Washington, D.C. in buildings feared as potential targets for a terrorist attack.
Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) said talking points distributed by the White House about the decision to end DACA revealed the true intent of the move.
Port San Antonio broke ground on its newest development, two new buildings totaling more than 200,000 sq. ft. in the heart of the Port.
Two more prominent Democrats are joining the race to challenge U.S Rep. Will Hurd, whose 23rd Congressional district runs across much of the Texas border.
It’s currently monsoon season in El Paso, Texas, but the skies over the Santa Fe Bridge were clear Thursday when a delegation of business and government leaders from the U.S. crossed into Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, for the second day of the annual U.S-Mexico Border Summit.
The event will highlight the importance of international trade among the United States, Mexico, and Canada and will conclude with a luncheon.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) this week completed his annual trek across the state, hosting town hall meetings in small towns between El Paso and SA.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Helotes) is getting his first major Democratic challenger for re-election in Texas’ swing 23rd congressional district.
Amid all the noise in Washington D.C. and in Austin, other legislative decisions of great importance to San Antonio drew far less media attention.