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Sen. Uresti's E-Newsletter - July 2015

Will it ever stop raining? What a welcome change from the last few years, where our drought scorched landscape made for tight water supplies, fire danger, and forced those in agriculture and ranching to make some tough decisions... [More]

The Texas Legislature adjourned Sine Die on June 1st, the final day of the 140 day legislative session. Sine Die is the Latin phrase meaning “without day”, and in the tradition of the legislature means “without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing”... [More]

Senate District 19 covers a vast area of 35,000 square miles. District 19 is larger than 12 states and 82 Nations, and contains over half of the Texas-Mexico border. I have many constituents who prefer to meet with my staff in person to discuss the issues or concerns they may have with our state government, and traveling to one of my district offices in Pecos, Eagle Pass, or San Antonio may not be an option... [More]

As you continue to enjoy your summer vacation with family and loved ones, you are probably not yet thinking about the upcoming school year. However, it will be here before you know it. Each year I work with our Health and Human Services Agencies, the San Antonio Food Bank, and a host of sponsors to participate in Back to School events in communities throughout District 19, to ensure each student is prepared for the upcoming school year... [More]

Rising crude oil production placed Reeves County in 10th place among Texas' oil-producing counties for the second month in a row in April, according to figures from the Railroad Commission of Texas... [More]

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