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All of the Texans who serve on the Foreign Affairs Committee — Democratic U.S. Reps. Colin Allred of Dallas, Joaquin Castro of San Antonio, Vicente Gonzalez of McAllen and Ron Wright of Arlington — voted in support of the resolution.
U.S. Rep. Colin Allred, who represents Texas’ 32nd Congressional District and attended the event, said his office will be a resource for constituents who may want to find a job with the census or have fear about responding to it.
El congresista Colin Allred habla con Miguelangel Pinero sobre los temas de salud, crímenes de odio y las armas de fuego.
The North Texas region prides itself on being one of the fastest growing in the country. But a sobering reality is that a big part of that growth includes veterans who need health care at a time when there’s a critical shortage of places to get it.
Colin Allred came to Capitol Hill in January as a recently elected Democrat congressman from North Texas touting a balanced perspective on partisanship.
Immigration is a divisive issue in Washington these days. In North Texas, though, some members of the local Congressional delegation — both Democrats and Republicans — found some common ground on Thursday at the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Congressional Summit.
“There are reasonable folks on both sides of the aisle who are sincerely just trying to move their communities forward.” Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R) Ohio said last night.
Representative Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio’s 16th Congressional District held a bipartisan town hall Thursday with Representative Colin Allred of Texas’ 32nd district.
The former Baylor, Scott and White hospital in Garland may provide another healthcare option for veterans if a bipartisan group of North Texas Congress members gets their way.
The signs that line the entrance are all stripped. The building facade is bare. What was once Baylor Scott & White Garland is now an empty building.
The medical center closed earlier this year and is looking for a new owner.
Freshman Reps. Colin Allred and Anthony Gonzalez are using their shared background as NFL players to demonstrate bipartisanship in a deeply divided Congress.