Over the past week I finished up my legislative work in Washington before returning to the district for Congress' spring District Work Period.
Before I left Washington last Wednesday, I joined my colleagues in unanimously voting to condemn the horrible terrorist attacks that took place in Brussels recently. With Americans among those lost in the bloodshed, we must renew our resolve against the ISIS terrorists who have taken responsibility for these attacks and other similar attacks across Europe.
Since returning to the district, I have been meeting with constituents to hear how best I can serve them in Washington. As always, my district staff has been hard at work representing me at events across the district, including at a book donation and at a women's health clinic.
You can also read more below about my recent interactions with constituents in Washington and about one of my Washington, D.C., interns.
Meeting with Texas A&M Regent Elaine Mendoza
Meeting with Constituents in Washington
I recently met with Texas A&M System Regent Elaine Mendoza on a tour of the White House, where we discussed higher education opportunities for students in my district.
Meeting with Former Intern in Washington
On March 16, I met with one of my former interns, Lila Friedlander, and her father in my D.C. office, where we discussed how my office helps provide valuable experiences for college interns.
On March 28, my constituents Eva Vega and Carlos Paramo from Laredo visited my Washington office for a Capitol tour where they spoke to my staff on updates concerning my district.
Discussing Health Care for Laredo and South Texas
Krishan Sachdev (left) from State Rep. Richard P. Raymond’s office, D-Laredo, met with my District Press Secretary, Rafael Benavides, (right) in my Laredo District Office recently to discuss health care issues affecting constituents in Laredo and South Texas.
Donating Library of Congress Books to Penitas Public Library
On March 28, my Southern District Outreach Coordinator, Nichole Hernandez, pictured at right, donated 100 Library of Congress children's books on my behalf to the Penitas Public Library. Also pictured is Penitas Library Director Yenni Espinoza.
Discussing Women's Health in Mission
This week, my Southern District Outreach Coordinators, Narda Terrones and Nichole Hernandez, met with representatives from the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health in my Mission District Office to discuss the importance of women’s health, early cancer screenings and providing quality and affordable health care to people in colonias.
Ana Montañez - Washington, D.C., Office
Ana Montañez is recent graduate of the University of Houston, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, she has lived in Houston for three years and is currently an intern in my Washington, D.C., office, where she helps my legislative staff and attends committee hearings. She hopes to work for the federal government or an international organization.
Read more about Ana and other interns in my offices here.
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