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Rep. Lucio, III, recalls Mexican drug cartels’ plot in 2009 as an example of the need to protect home addresses, other sensitive information, of all elected officials, reports attorney Omar Ochoa

Rep. Lucio, III, recalls Mexican drug cartels’ plot in 2009 as an example of the need to protect home addresses, other sensitive information, of all elected officials, reports attorney Omar Ochoa

All elected public leaders in Texas would be able to keep their home address, home telephone number, emergency contact information, or Social Security number from public access under House Bill 1082, authored by Rep. Phil King, R-Weatherford, which was approved by the House of Representatives on Thursday, April 8, 2021, attorney Omar Ochoa has announced.

Rio Grande Valley School of Law proposal by Rep. Martínez, which could be established in Fall 2027, is approved by Texas House of Representatives, and now goes to the Senate for their action

Rio Grande Valley School of Law proposal by Rep. Martínez, which could be established in Fall 2027, is approved by Texas House of Representatives, and now goes to the Senate for their action

FEATURED, FROM LEFT: Ronnie Larralde, Executive Director, Edinburg Chamber of  Commerce; former Hidalgo County 464th District Court Judge Ysmael Fonseca; and Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, who also serves as Chair, House Committee on Transportation. The image...

UTRGV could receive $30.4 million and TSTC-Harlingen $15.12 million for new construction through House Bill 1530, set for action on Thursday, April 15, 2021, before House Committee on Higher Education, reports Rep. Muñoz

UTRGV could receive $30.4 million and TSTC-Harlingen $15.12 million for new construction through House Bill 1530, set for action on Thursday, April 15, 2021, before House Committee on Higher Education, reports Rep. Muñoz

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Texas State Technical College in Harlingen could receive $30.4 million and $15.12 million, respectively, for unspecified construction projects at their campuses under legislation set for a public hearing on Thursday, April 15, 2021, Rep. Sergio Muñoz, Jr., D-Mission, has announced.

Family violence victims would be freed from having their cell phone numbers controlled by violent abusers under bill by Rep. Guerra that is approved by Texas House of Representatives

Family violence victims would be freed from having their cell phone numbers controlled by violent abusers under bill by Rep. Guerra that is approved by Texas House of Representatives

FEATURED, FROM LEFT: Sergio Sánchez, Program Director and Show Host at NEWS TALK 710 KURV and kurv.com; Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, D-McAllen; Rep. R.D. “Bobby” Guerra, D-McAllen; Rep Sergio Muñoz, Jr., D-Mission; and Rep. Ryan Guillén, D-Rio Grande City. The five men...