BY KAY GRANGER
Originally published in the Star-Telegram on Aug. 4, 2017
By Rep. Kay Granger
Originally published in Defense News on June 30, 2017.
By Kay Granger and Carter Roberts - Special to the Star-Telegram
04/07/2015 5:02 PM
In 2012, the Fort Worth Zoo celebrated the birth of an endangered greater one-horned rhinoceros — a first for Texas and a major milestone for the zoo.
THE “KEY parameters” for an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program released Thursday fall well short of the goals originally set by the Obama administration. None of Iran’s nuclear facilities — including the Fordow center buried under a mountain — will be closed. Not one of the country’s 19,000 centrifuges will be dismantled.
Until early this week, it appeared that the U.S Department of Homeland Security, the federal agency that oversees everything from Immigration and Customs Enforcement to the Transportation Security Administration, might have to partially shut down for lack of funding.
By Reps. Ander Crenshaw, Kay Granger and Mike Quigley
This past summer, tens of thousands of unaccompanied children from Central America were crossing the Texas-Mexico border.
One of the challenges of this crisis is ensuring that when the children are sent back to Central America, that they are returned to an actual family member and not a human trafficker or other predator.
In a Friday morning ceremony that was both moving and educational, Fort Worth reconnected with its past, honored its long and significant contributions to military history and finally paid tribute to its founder and a cherished modern-day leader.
In the coming days, Egypt will elect a new president. This will be a historic moment for the people of Egypt and an important step in the journey that they began more than three years ago, when millions took to the streets to demand change.
By Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Pat Meehan, Mac Thornberry, Kay Granger, Kristi Noem, Aaron Schock, Paul Cook
May 7, 2014