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Support Referendum for Texas Independence — Sign The Petition Now!

December 11, 2020

As is the right of any peo­ple to dis­solve the polit­i­cal bonds that bind them to anoth­er, it is time to allow the peo­ple of Texas to choose if we will once again assert the right of inde­pen­dence. Sign our peti­tion below to show your sup­port for the Tex­it Ref­er­en­dum and get updates about how to get involved.

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Biedermann to File Legislation For Texit Referendum

December 10, 2020

The fed­er­al gov­ern­ment is out of con­trol and does not rep­re­sent the val­ues of Tex­ans. That is why I am com­mit­ting to file leg­is­la­tion this ses­sion that will allow a ref­er­en­dum to give Tex­ans a vote for the State of Texas to reassert its sta­tus as an inde­pen­dent nation. This leg­is­la­tion per­fect­ly aligns with Arti­cle 1 Sec­tion 2 of the Texas Con­sti­tu­tion which reads: “All polit­i­cal pow­er is inher­ent in the…

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Summary of Interim Charge APO Town Hall Meetings

October 2, 2020

As a result of the con­cerns raised about Aggre­gate Pro­duc­tion Oper­a­tions dur­ing the 86th leg­isla­tive ses­sion, an Inter­im Charge Com­mit­tee was cre­at­ed.  It’s pri­ma­ry objec­tive is to exam­ine the over­sight, impact, and growth of the APO Indus­try in Texas.  The Inter­im Charge Aggre­gate Pro­duc­tion Oper­a­tion Com­mit­tee, lead by Rep. Ter­ry Wil­son, held three town hall meet­ings on Sep­tem­ber 29 (Impact of the APO Indus­try on the Texas econ­o­my and of…

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BIEDERMANN TO FILE LEGISLATION INCREASING LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT OF THE ALAMO PLAN

September 28, 2020

AUSTIN, TX — Today, due to failed lead­er­ship of the Gen­er­al Land Office (GLO), Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Bie­der­mann (R- Fred­er­icks­burg) announced he will file leg­is­la­tion to guar­an­tee that the Texas Leg­is­la­ture has over­sight over the Alamo Plan includ­ing claim­ing emi­nent domain of the plaza owned by the City of San Anto­nio where the Ceno­taph stands on the Alamo Bat­tle­field. The Texas His­tor­i­cal Com­mis­sion (THC) denied the final per­mit need­ed to relocate…

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Support Constitutional Carry — Sign The Petition Now!

August 24, 2020

With today’s polit­i­cal cli­mate and the trend of defund­ing our police, it is more impor­tant than ever to sup­port the right for all cit­i­zens to bear arms. That is why I am offi­cial­ly announc­ing I will be fil­ing Con­sti­tu­tion­al Car­ry in the 87th Leg­isla­tive Ses­sion.  Sign our peti­tion below to show your sup­port for Con­sti­tu­tion­al Car­ry and get updates about how to get involved. Help sup­port the cause by DONATING…

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Biedermann Letter to San Antonio Mayor

August 17, 2020

Today, Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Bie­der­mann sent a let­ter to May­or Niren­berg of San Anto­nio in ref­er­ence to the relo­ca­tion of the Alamo Ceno­taph. The let­ter is below: 

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Biedermann Implores Abbott to Give Businesses a Chance

July 31, 2020

Today, Rep. Kyle Bie­der­mann sent a let­ter to Gov­er­nor Abbott about the cur­rent state of many busi­ness­es in Texas. Dis­trict 73 rep­re­sents some of the finest winer­ies in Texas, one of the indus­tries being unfair­ly tar­get­ed by Gov­er­nor Abbot­t’s man­dat­ed shut downs. Read the full let­ter below. 

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Interim Work with TCEQ

July 24, 2020

My staff and I have been meet­ing with Texas Com­mis­sion for Envi­ron­men­tal Qual­i­ty (TCEQ) staff over the inter­im on a mul­ti­tude of issues.  Two issues have been of pri­ma­ry focus.  The Aggre­gate Pro­duc­tion Oper­a­tions (APO) issue is receiv­ing a lot of atten­tion via the APO inter­im charge com­mit­tee.  We have had exten­sive dis­cus­sions with a num­ber of Dis­trict 73 con­stituents to learn more of their per­spec­tives and the new scientific…

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Biedermann Signs Letter to Abbott Asking To Allow More Restaurants To Open

July 17, 2020

Bie­der­mann signed onto a let­ter with 49 col­leagues in the in the Texas House and 14 in the Sen­ate. The let­ter requests a clar­i­fi­ca­tion in the exec­u­tive order that shut down restau­rants with over 51% in alco­hol sales.  “The Texas Restau­rant Asso­ci­a­tion esti­mates this con­fu­sion has closed over 1,500 restau­rants and put 35,000 employ­ees out of work, mak­ing them once again reliant on unem­ploy­ment ben­e­fits to help make ends meet. To…

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