Sunday May 19
Dem lawmakers buoyed by Obama response to trio of controversies
House Democrats left Washington on Friday insisting they're not worried about political fallout after one of the most difficult weeks the Obama administration has endured.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cuellar promotes gun safety bill
Congressman Henry Cuellar and US Representative John Carter are teaming up on a bill that would create a tax deduction of $1,200 when you purchase a security device for your gun.
Wed May 08, 2013
American Medical Association
Groundbreaking liability law signed
A Georgia bill signed into law Monday has become the first piece of legislation to ensure physicians can exercise their clinical judgment without running afoul of medical liability claims based on new federal regulatory guidelines, including those in the Affordable Care Act .
The Wilson County News
Farm Bureau addresses Capitol Hill
Wilson County Farm Bureau members Kim and Edmond Pruski visit with U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar on Capitol Hill during the April Texas Farm Bureau National Affairs Awards Trip in Washington, D.C. Post a comment With issues like immigration reform and the pending farm bill on their minds, Texas farmers and ranchers traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet ... (more)
Fri May 03, 2013
Cuellar Calls for U.S. Role in Cartel Fight
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar wants to hear Mexico's rationale for stopping U.S. law enforcement agencies' direct access to its strategies for fighting drug cartels.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
El Paso Times
Congressmen O'Rourke, Cuellar survey border wait time of the Paso del Norte Bridge
Rep. Henry Cuellar spoke about bridge crossing times during a press conference at the Paso del Norte Bridge Tuesday.
Citizen's Group Announces: "Single Issue" Federal Amendment Conventions
Amending the United States Constitution One Grievance at a Time Under Article V, thru State Legislatures, Bypassing Congress, the Courts and Executive Branch.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Burnt Orange Report
What Fixing the Congressional Map Might Look Like for Travis County and Central Texas
It remains to be seen how the Texas redistricting saga will play out. But if the court were to restore a Travis County-centered district, what might it look like? And what would become of the current Hispanic opportunity district - drawn by the Texas Legislature and incorporated into the court's second interim map - once the populous Hispanic parts ... (more)
Push in Congress to protect privacy amid growth in drone use
Congress has passed few laws regulating drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, but two clear sides emerged: a handful of lawmakers and civil liberties groups pushing for privacy restrictions are stacked against a drone caucus with dozens of House members and support from the UAV industry.