Congressman John  Culberson

Preventing the Release of Dangerous Illegal Aliens

Posted: July, 22, 2015

Like many of you, I was appalled and outraged by the recent murder of an innocent young woman on a San Francisco pier by a five-time deported illegal alien. This senseless tragedy has stuck with me - not only because an innocent young woman lay dying in her father’s arms, but also because it could have been avoided. The man accused of her murder was in this country illegally and had a long criminal history.


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Culberson Amendment Prevents Release of Dangerous Illegal Aliens

Posted: July, 17, 2015

An amendment adopted today by the House Appropriations Committee and authored by Congressman John Culberson (TX-07) prevents the release of dangerous illegal aliens back into the public.

“The tragic events in San Francisco should never have happened,” said Congressman Culberson. “This senseless murder has stuck with me - not only because an innocent young woman died in her father’s arms, but also because it all could have been avoided. This Administration has released, on average, a thousand criminal illegal aliens per day.”   

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John Culberson aims to protect churches from IRS audits

Posted: July, 9, 2015

WASHINGTON - It was an election year in Harris County and the pastors at Second Baptist Church on Woodway Drive in Houston were talking about the issues and encouraging the congregation to participate.

At some point, a member of the congregation placed pamphlets in the lobby endorsing a specific candidate. Associate Pastor Gary Moore remembers that church officials removed the materials, but not before a group that promotes the separation of church and state heard about them.

Next thing Moore knew, Second Baptist received an audit letter from the IRS, challenging the church's tax exempt status.

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A Disappointing Decision from the Supreme Court on Obamacare

Posted: June, 29, 2015

The Supreme Court’s decision in King vs. Burwell ignored the plain text of the law that Democrats rushed through Congress and that President Obama signed into law. Obamacare clearly says that only States which establish their own health care exchanges may be eligible for federal subsidies. But fearful of unraveling President Obama’s marquis public policy initiative, the Court decided to legislate from the bench.    


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