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Statement by Representative Richard Peña Raymond Regarding Recorded Meeting Between Speaker Dennis Bonnen and Michael Quinn Sullivan

By Herbholland1 | Oct 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Click the image to view the official release “No Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives should engage in the type of actions recorded on the taped meeting between Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Chairman Dustin Burrows and Empower Texans Executive Director Michael Quinn Sullivan. All House Members must resolve that this never happens again. I have…

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REP. RAYMOND ANNOUNCES THE PASSAGE OF A NUMBER OF PRIORITIES IN 86th LEGISLATURE

By Herbholland1 | Jun 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

With the Texas Legislature having adjourned after the 140-day session, State Representative Richard Peña Raymond is pleased to announce the passage of a number of priorities. “The legislative session was a great success. We put more money into schools and increased teacher pay with unprecedented school finance reform, we reigned in growing property taxes and…

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REP. RAYMOND PROPOSES $10 BILLION SCHOOL PROPERTY TAX CUT WHILE INCREASING FUNDING FOR OUR SCHOOLS!

By Herbholland1 | Feb 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Representative Richard Peña Raymond has proposed and is fighting for a bill that mandates the State of Texas to increase funding for our schools, which would also cut local school property taxes by $10 billion a year! “I am working with Democrats and Republicans to pass my bill,” Rep. Raymond said, ”because the Legislature MUST…

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REP. RAYMOND: WORKING HARD FOR LAREDO FAMILIES!

By Herbholland1 | Feb 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

In the past four years, Rep. Richard Peña Raymond has fought to bring nearly $5 Billion in State funding for the families of Laredo, the most ever in history! As Chair of the Human Services Committee and a member of the powerful Ways & Means Committee, Richard has produced victory after victory for the families…

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By Herbholland1 | Feb 3, 2019 | 0 Comments
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By Herbholland1 | Feb 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

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REP. RAYMOND: WORKING HARD FOR LAREDO FAMILIES!

By Herbholland1 | Oct 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

In the past four years, Rep. Richard Peña Raymond has fought to bring nearly $5 Billion in State funding for the families of Laredo, the most ever in history! Richard has produced victory after victory for the families of Laredo: Record funding for Laredo schools. Record funding to protect our community and keep our families…

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REP. RAYMOND PROPOSES $10 BILLION SCHOOL PROPERTY TAX CUT WHILE INCREASING FUNDING FOR OUR SCHOOLS!

By Herbholland1 | Oct 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Representative Richard Peña Raymond has proposed and is fighting for a bill that mandates the State of Texas to increase funding for our schools, which would also cut local school property taxes by $10 billion a year! “I am working with Democrats and Republicans to pass my bill,” Rep. Raymond said, ”because the Legislature MUST…

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REP. RAYMOND WORKS HARD TO PASS BILLS PROTECTING TEXAS CHILDREN

By Herbholland1 | Jun 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Leading up to the 85th Legislative Session it became apparent that the state foster care system and Child Protective Services program were having serious issues. Child Protective Services (CPS) is the program that investigates reports of child abuse and neglect. If investigators find that a child is not safe, services are provided in the home…

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REP. RAYMOND GETS TEACHER PAY RAISE BILL ON AGENDA FOR SPECIAL SESSION

By Herbholland1 | Jun 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

LAREDO, Texas (KGNS) A raise for teachers could be coming if the Texas legislature approves a bill. State Representative Richard Peña Raymond announced that he is introducing a bill proposing a $1,000 raise for public school teachers. The bill had already been proposed during the regular session, but expired when the session closed. The topic is being brought…

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