Biedermann Writes Letter to Abbott on Alamo Cenotaph

June 4, 2020

Gov­er­nor Abbott,  I have sent mul­ti­ple let­ters to your office about the Alamo Plan and have not not received a reply from you or your staff. As a mem­ber of the leg­is­la­ture I find this con­cern­ing. In the past few months, you have act­ed with exces­sive exec­u­tive pow­ers under the guise of COVID-19.  With that said, on the Alamo, your lead­er­ship has been nonex­is­tent. Why do you refuse to stand…

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Texas Public Education and The Challenges Ahead

May 20, 2020

By Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Bie­der­mann  The 87th Texas Leg­isla­tive Ses­sion begins in Jan­u­ary and I believe it will be one of the most dif­fi­cult we’ve had in decades. Covid-19 is hav­ing a dra­mat­ic effect on all of us and we do not yet know how exten­sive this pan­dem­ic will affect the state bud­get, and in turn, pub­lic edu­ca­tion fund­ing in Texas. The poten­tial reduc­tion to the edu­ca­tion bud­get next ses­sion comes…

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Biedermann Writes Letter on Tax Relief

May 6, 2020

Yes­ter­day, Rep. Bie­der­mann sent a let­ter to all our local lead­ers in HD 73 and Gov­er­nor Abbott ask­ing them to work togeth­er to pro­vide some prop­er­ty tax relief for our shared con­stituen­cy.  Bie­der­mann said, “Texas has seen his­toric unem­ploy­ment and the devalu­ing of our nat­ur­al resources that fund our gov­ern­ment. The cit­i­zens that we all rep­re­sent are los­ing their jobs, and those who have jobs are see­ing their wages significantly…

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Representative Biedermann Comments on Speaker Bonnen Giving Democrats More Influence Over the Texas Budget

April 21, 2020

April 21st, 2020 Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Bie­der­mann Com­ments on Speak­er Bon­nen Giv­ing Democ­rats More Influ­ence Over the Texas Bud­get FREDERICKSBURG, TX — On Mon­day it was announced that Speak­er Bon­nen removed Drew Dar­by, a Repub­li­can crit­ic of the Speak­er, from his posi­tion on the Leg­isla­tive Bud­get Board. Much to the sur­prise of some Repub­li­cans, Bon­nen appoint­ed a lib­er­al Demo­c­rat, Mary Gon­za­lez, to replace Dar­by. On Tues­day, Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Bie­der­mann com­ment­ed on Speak­er Bon­nen’s decision…

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Rep. Biedermann Joins Freedom Caucus in Support of Gov. Abbott, AG Paxton, in Halting Abortions During COVID-19

March 25, 2020

“I joined my col­leagues from the Texas Free­dom Cau­cus to sup­port Attor­ney Gen­er­al Ken Pax­ton and Gov. Abbott halt­ing all elec­tive med­ical pro­ce­dures dur­ing the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic, includ­ing abor­tion. We must do every­thing that we can to help pro­tect inno­cent life.”- State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Biedermann

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Gov. Abbott Waiving Regulations During COVID-19

March 24, 2020

“Dur­ing the recent COVID-19 event, Gov­er­nor Abbott has been waiv­ing reg­u­la­tions to help busi­ness­es of all sizes, as well as the peo­ple of Texas when it comes to every­day lives. I agree with Gov. Abbott, we need less reg­u­la­tion, not just now, but all of the time. Less reg­u­la­tion means less gov­ern­ment, and that is a pos­i­tive thing.”- State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Bie­der­mann To see what Gov­er­nor Abbott has been doing…

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Rep. Biedermann Job Opening: District Director

March 23, 2020

My office has a job open­ing to serve as my Dis­trict Direc­tor. Duties include: Act­ing as a liai­son to local offi­cials, attend­ing events in the dis­trict, con­stituent ser­vices, over­see­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tions (press releas­es, social media, etc.), work­ing close­ly with my capi­tol staff, among oth­er duties. If you are inter­est­ed, please email your resume to my Chief of Staff at [email protected]

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Update: Emergency Designation for Small Business Disaster Loans Approved

March 20, 2020

Update from the Office of the Gov­er­nor Emer­gency Des­ig­na­tion for Small Busi­ness Dis­as­ter Loans Approved Gov­er­nor Greg Abbott today announced that the U.S. Small Busi­ness Admin­is­tra­tion (SBA) has includ­ed the entire state of Texas in its Eco­nom­ic Injury Dis­as­ter Dec­la­ra­tion and grant­ed access to its Eco­nom­ic Injury Dis­as­ter Loan (EIDL) pro­gram, which will pro­vide long-term, low-inter­est loans to qual­i­fy­ing busi­ness­es across the state. Texas small busi­ness­es who believe they may be…

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