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May 19, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend, 

May 9, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

I wanted to share with you an op-ed that I co-wrote with seven of my colleagues including Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Budget Chairman Paul Ryan. Two weeks ago, we traveled to Asia to visit with world leaders, tour U.S. military installations and meet with our diplomatic teams in Japan, South Korea and China.  

April 11, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

I wanted to share with you an op-ed that I wrote earlier this week. In my op-ed I talk about how the long term visions and strategic planning of Fort Worth and Dallas, as well as the surrounding communities, is beginning to pay off and strengthen North Texas as a region.
Sincerely,
 
Kay Granger
Member of Congress

April 7, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

In December, Target customers fell victim to a widespread data breach that compromised the personal and financial information of up to 110 million individuals in the United States. It’s also estimated that 500,000 Texans had their debit/credit card information compromised as part of that breach. 

March 25, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

Last week, I was honored to attend the ceremony at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base for the arrival of the upgraded KC-130J aircraft that Marine Corps Reserve Squadron 234, known as The Rangers, will begin flying.

March 17, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

While wildlife trafficking is largely dealt with off the shores of the United States, it has a critically important connection to our own national security.

The illegal trade of endangered wildlife products is worth in the range of $7 billion to $10 billion annually; the legal trade is valued at $300 billion.

March 6, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

I wanted to share with you an editorial by the Washington Post that ran earlier this week about President Obama’s foreign policy approach. I believe this well written editorial highlights the views that many of us share regarding the approach the current Administration has taken to the recent foreign policy challenges facing the United States.

February 28, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend, 

This week, the GOP-led House of Representatives took action to curb government abuses that are impacting the daily lives of Americans across the country. 

Whether its burdensome regulations, wasteful spending, government overreach or a lack of transparency and accountability, more must be done to ensure these types of issues are addressed. 

February 27, 2014 E-Newsletter

Dear Friend,

I have received a number of emails and letters concerned that the Republican conference has committed to a bill that grants amnesty to persons who entered the country illegally. This is not true. 

Speaker John Boehner introduced a list of guidelines he supported if we were to write an immigration reform bill. He has since pulled that document from consideration.

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