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Rep. Biedermann Hosts St. Mary’s 2nd and 3rd Graders at Capitol

April 13, 2019

“Thank you to the 2nd and 3rd grade stu­dents and their adult chap­er­ones from St. Mary’s School in Fred­er­icks­burg for vis­it­ing me at the Capi­tol this week. I enjoyed dis­cussing the Texas Leg­is­la­ture and answer­ing many ques­tions from the stu­dents about what I do at the Capi­tol. They were a very engaged group and their par­ents and St Mary’s School should be very proud of them.”- State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Biedermann

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Pro 2nd Amendment Bill Co-Authored by Rep. Biedermann Passes House

April 12, 2019

“As a strong sup­port­er of our 2nd amend­ment rights, I helped pass HB 121, which I am a co-author. HB 121 cre­ates a defense to pros­e­cu­tion if a license hold­er doesn’t see post­ed signs that pro­hib­it the law­ful car­ry­ing of hand­guns. I will nev­er stop work­ing to pro­tect our right to keep and bear arms. “- State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Biedermann 

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Rep. Biedermann’s Border Security Bill Voted Out of Committee

April 11, 2019

“Yes­ter­day, my bor­der secu­ri­ty bill, HB 4306, was vot­ed out of the State Affairs Com­mit­tee with a unan­i­mous 11–0 vote by both Repub­li­cans and Democ­rats. This is crit­i­cal leg­is­la­tion for the State of Texas that gives Gov. Abbott author­i­ty to con­struct infra­struc­ture to pre­vent drug and human traf­fick­ing, ille­gal entry, etc. The State of Texas is already spend­ing mil­lions on bor­der secu­ri­ty and it is time to work togeth­er to…

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HB 896, Co-Authored by Rep. Biedermann, Receives Great Support at Committee Hearing

April 10, 2019

“Mon­day was a great day for the pro-life move­ment in Texas. Hun­dreds of Tex­ans from across the state wait­ed hours to tes­ti­fy in favor of HB 896, which would abol­ish abor­tion in Texas. There were so many peo­ple, tes­ti­mo­ny went until just before 3 am Tues­day morn­ing. I am a proud co-author of this bill, and lis­tened to tes­ti­mo­ny in the com­mit­tee late Mon­day night. Togeth­er, we can change the…

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Rep. Biedermann’s Statement on the Passing of Lt. Col. Dick Cole

April 10, 2019

“‪Bar­bi and I are sad­dened by the pass­ing of Retired Lt. Col. Dick Cole, the last sur­viv­ing mem­ber of the Doolit­tle Raiders. Lt. Col. Cole was 103 years old, and lived in Com­fort. Bar­bi and I had the hon­or to meet Lt. Col. Cole sev­er­al times. He was a true Amer­i­can Hero. We are pray­ing for his fam­i­ly.”- Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Biedermann ‬

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Rep. Biedermann Lays Out Quarry Bill, HB 2781 to Committee

April 9, 2019

“Yes­ter­day, I laid out one of my quar­ry bills, HB 2871, in the Ener­gy Resources Com­mit­tee. HB 2871 would move over­sight of the per­mit­ting process of rock quar­ries from the TCEQ to the Texas Rail­road Com­mis­sion. This bill is com­­mon-sense leg­is­la­tion and will pro­vide long term pro­tec­tions for pri­vate prop­er­ty own­ers liv­ing near rock quar­ries, as well more effec­tive over­sight of the indus­try by the Rail­road Com­mis­sion. Thank you so…

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Rep. Biedermann Helps Pass HB 347 To Expand Protections From Involuntary Annexations

April 8, 2019

“Today, I helped pass HB 347 after it was vot­ed out of my Land and Resource Man­age­ment Com­mit­tee on March 26th. This bill will expand pro­tec­tions from invol­un­tary annex­a­tion for small­er munic­i­pal­i­ties. I am a strong believ­er in giv­ing a voice to the peo­ple to approve their annex­a­tion. “- State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kyle Biedermann 

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Rep. Biedermann Honors State Board of Education Member Mercer

April 6, 2019

“I filed HCR 130 to hon­or For­mer State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive and cur­rent State Board of Edu­ca­tion Mem­ber Ken Mer­cer (Top row, third from left) on the House Floor on his retire­ment after 34 years at USAA. Ken has been an out­stand­ing pub­lic ser­vant. Bar­bi and I wish him well in his retire­ment from USAA, and I look for­ward to con­tin­u­ing to work with him in his role as a State Board…

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Rep. Biedermann to Lay Out Quarry Bill, HB 2781, on Monday

April 5, 2019

“One of my quar­ry bills,HB 2871, will be laid out in the Ener­gy Resources Com­mit­tee on Mon­day April 8th at 2pm. HB 2871 would move over­sight of the per­mit­ting process of rock quar­ries from the TCEQ to the Texas Rail­road Com­mis­sion. This bill is sup­port­ed by envi­ron­men­tal groups in the Hill Coun­try. We need your sup­port to tes­ti­fy in favor of this bill on Mon­day. See you at the Capitol.”-…

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