Culberson Works to Restore State Sovereignty & Parental Rights Over Education

This week, the House will vote on the Student Success Act which rewrites the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. I do not believe the federal government should have a role in the education of our children. That is why I included language in the bill that will restore state sovereignty over public education by changing education grants from an “opt-out” to an “opt-in” process. It is critical we protect our Founder’s intent for a limited government and empower States with the flexibility they need to best provide for their people.

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Culberson: Americans Want the Rule of Law to Prevail

I recently joined House and Senate Republicans in calling on Senate Democrats to end their filibuster of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding bill. The legislation was already approved by the House earlier this year. The bill provides full funding for DHS and blocks President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty.

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Restoring the 10th Amendment

Restoring the 10th Amendment will do more to restore our individual liberty and limit the size, power, and cost of the federal government than anything else Congress could do. Restoring the 10th Amendment will restore the American Republic that President Washington and the Founders created. On the first day of the 114th Congress, I authored and introduced legislation that would restore our Constitutional republic. Click "more" to read about my legislation.

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My Record

I was recently awarded the National Federation of Independent Business's "Guardian of Small Business" award for my support of small businesses. I'm proud of my conservative record fighting for Houstonians in Congress. Click "more" to learn about other awards I've received and my voting history.

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Protecting NASA

I recently spoke with the Houston Chronicle's Eric Berger about my goals and vision for NASA. Click "more" to read about how we can protect and restore one of our country's finest agencies. (Photo Credit: Smiley Pool/Houston Chronicle)

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