Letter Urges Trump to Re-open the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Conjunction with the House Vote
Washington, D.C.- Rep. Veasey (D-TX) is proud to announce his new appointment to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce for the 116th Congress. Congressman Veasey released the following statement on the new placement:
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Veasey joined House Democrats to take action to protect Texans’ health care by passing a resolution that authorizes Congress to intervene in the Texas v. U.S.
Washington, D.C.- Rep. Marc Veasey (TX-33), will be sworn into the 116th Congress on Thursday afternoon, January 3rd, by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Speaker Pelosi will conduct an individual ceremonial swearing-in ceremony for Rep. Veasey following the en masse oath of office on the Floor of the House of Representatives.
Young girl’s tragic death “raises significant questions about the leadership at DHS and CBP’s ability to appropriately respond to the humanitarian crisis happening at our southern borders and the agency’s ability to prevent such tragedies from happening in the future.”
"Today the world lost a leader and a countryman. George H. W. Bush personified all the traits of a Texan - willing to work together, show restraint when necessary, make tough decisions for the betterment of all Americans, and demonstrate deep loyalty to country. We honor his memory and his family through their time of mourning and celebration of life."
DFW job seekers to meet face-to face with major state and national employers like Bell Helicopter, Southwest Airlines, AT&T, and various State and local offices.
Washington, D.C. – On November 28th, Congressman Veasey will introduce the Diverse Small Businesses Empowerment Act to permanently cut the upfront Small Business Administration (SBA) loan fees and eliminate economic barriers institutionally faced by women, minorities and veteran small business owners.
“Leader Pelosi is the best strategist in either party. With an exciting new freshman class, our party is gaining a deeper bench. That’s a great position to be in, but it also requires a progressive, resolute leader who has proven time and again that she can counteract the Republican Party and President Trump to prioritize the Democrats' legislative agenda.
Beginning Monday, December 3, the downtown Fort Worth Social Security office, located at 819 Taylor Street, will temporarily provide limited services until further notice due to renovations. The agency plans to resume full Social Security service options next summer.