Congressman Culberson discusses sanctuary cities on The Howie Carr Show.
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Congressman John Culberson held a live Teletown Hall on Monday, October 24.
Congressman John Culberson and Republicans across Congressional District 7 participated in a special live toll-free telephone town hall meeting to discuss the importance of working together to elect Republicans from the top to the bottom of the ballot this November.
Constituents got the opportunity to ask the Congressman questions about the election and issues that are important to them.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the call.
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Kathaleen Wall and Holly Frost hosted an event at their home this week for Congressman Culberson. A big thank you for opening their doors to us and United pilots Steven Milton, Airbus A320 First Officer, Steve Lofgren, Airbus A320 First Officer, Roger Brown, Airbus A320 Captain and Aaron Steines, Boeing B777 First Officer.
Thank you to everyone who came out to participate in this great event.
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- On Tuesday Donald Trump visited Texas to raise money in both Dallas and San Antonio. Eyewitness News decided to check with GOP leaders in the nation's largest Republican county and look at what impact, if any, the embattled nominee is having on the races that hit most closely to home.
"All of us are working arm in arm to elect Republicans to every office in Harris County," said west Houston Republican congressman, John Culberson."
TexasInsider.org, September 12, 2016 - Representative John Culberson led a Texas delegation letter to Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Whip Steve Scalise requesting disaster funding for Texas in any supplemental appropriations bill that is considered in the coming months.
“Many Texans have suffered after major flooding events have destroyed homes, businesses and lives. This letter requests funding so that Texans can rebuild and improve infrastructure to limit damage in future flooding events,” Rep. Culberson said. “After these major floods, I toured the hardest hit communities in District 7 and saw firsthand the destruction Houstonians have suffered. I’ve heard their heartbreaking stories and I want them, and all Texans, to know that their representatives are listening and we are working hard to help them rebuild their homes and businesses. I’m also working with state and local officials and the Army Corps to improve flood mitigation projects. Congress may consider an emergency supplemental appropriations bill this fall and the delegation wants to make sure that Texans aren’t forgotten when that time comes.”
“Justice sent Culberson a letter detailing the new rules that cut off several Justice grants, many to law enforcement, if cities like San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and over 300 others block access to criminal illegals sought by federal authorities.
It is a huge victory for Culberson, chairman of the Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee on Appropriations...”
Washington Examiner, 7/7/16
I am back in Washington this week with several key votes ahead on the National Defense Authorization Act. Over the past several weeks, I have spent much of my time on-the-ground with flood experts, survivors and first responders.
Armed with details about the flood control issues we face, I am working to secure targeted appropriations and key policy changes to help Harris County improve its drainage, retention and water infrastructure.
I recently visited with Houston Public Radio’s Houston Matters about how the private sector and public sector can each do more to prevent future flooding and improve drainage. As I told HPR:
The government has a responsibility to ensure that there are retention requirements in place, drainage requirements in place and that the dredging and improvement work are done downstream to ensure that water has a place to go.Read more
“John is a strong supporter of private property rights. I worked alongside John to defeat a state jail proposed for Cypress. Had that sate jail gone in, Cypress would not be the thriving place it is today. Now those same County officials that backed the state jail are supporting John’s opponent. John backs his constituents.”
-Bet Jennings, Community Leader