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This seems like a good time for me to re-state my position on abortion. I believe that abortions should be safe, legal, and rare. That requires adequate funding for Planned Parenthood, since they provide the needed education as well as contraceptives. Bottom line...a woman must have free choice over her own body. Women's rights are human rights.

Alabama governor signs near-total abortion ban
The new law is the most restrictive anti-abortion measure passed in the United States since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973
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More District 24 sports kudos!
The Grapevine High School Mustangs girls golf team won their third consecutive 5A girls golf state title!
And Carrollton Ranchview sophomore Bohyun Park won her second consecutive 4A individual state championship!
Great job, girls!
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In 2018, the VERY most important thing in the election was for Democrats to take control of the U.S. House. Thankfully for the future of our democracy, we did win that battle. As a result, we can now see real possibilities for holding the Trump administration accountable to the rule of law.

In 2020, it is of course imperative to defeat Donald Trump. Perhaps equally important, though, will be to put Democrats in control of the U.S. Senate. Otherwise, the House will be unable to take meaningful action to right the ship of our nation. Obstruction will continue to rule the day.

For that reason, I am totally committed to ensuring that M.J. Hegar is successful in defeating Senator John Cornyn. In this cycle, there are enough Republican senators facing re-election campaigns to make it an achievable goal to gain a Democratic majority. Let's make sure Texas does its part by flipping the one seat we can control. Please join me in supporting Hegar for Senate!
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Hmmm. I just got a letter in the mail from Rep. Marchant. He says he introduced a bill to repeal a Health Insurance Tax paid by Medicare Advantage members. I'm trying to remember if he's notified constituents of any other bills he's introduced in his 14+ years in Congress.

Do you suppose he got the hint in November that he has a job to do?

Also, how many times did he vote to totally repeal the Affordable Care Act, which would have taken away insurance altogether for untold thousands of District 24 residents?

Makes it a bit hard to believe he's suddenly some kind of health insurance champion, doesn't it?
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