By. U.S. Rep Bill Flores The Obama Administration's proposed nuclear deal with Iran endangers the security of our nation and our allies. In mid-July, ...
I will be holding Town Hall Meetings this summer to discuss the important issues affecting Central Texans. I will be on hand to give an update on the work being done in Washington, listen to your concerns and answer questions. I invite you to come out to one of our meetings.
For the 114th Congress, Congressman Flores will serve as Chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC). The RSC is an influential group of House Republicans organized for the purpose of advancing a conservative economic and social agenda in the House of Representatives.
The Republican Study Committee's American Health Care Reform Act completely repeals Obamacare and replaces it with a patient-centered, free market system. It is a bold plan that will lower costs, expand access, encourage innovation and put patients back in the driver’s seat of their own health care decisions.
Through the "Organizing Around Abundance: Making American An Energy Superpower" plan, I have set forth principles that puts America on the road to energy security and economic prosperity.
John David Crow was a humble, kind, generous and an all around great man. The greatness that he evoked reached far beyond the football field. He truly embodied the core values of Texas A&M University—respect, integrity, leadership, excellence, loyalty and selfless service.
Jack Gilley touched the lives of hundreds of students in schools throughout Oklahoma and in the Texas Panhandle. I was fortunate enough to have Mr. Gilley as a principal during my time at Stratford Middle School.
During debate of the Interior Appropriations bill, Rep. Flores successfully added an amendment to ensure that the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service have the appropriate resources to expedite the approval of additional pipeline infrastructure, which would more efficiently and more cleanly deliver our taxpayer-owned resources to consumers.
A joint hearing between the House Energy and Commerce subcommittees on Energy and Power, and Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade examined the impact of the EPA’s proposed new ozone standard on America’s manufacturing sector.
By Adam Kredo A majority of House lawmakers now support a resolution to reject the recently signed nuclear agreement with Iran, marking another blow t...
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed H.R. 1994, the VA Accountability Act. Congressman Bill Flores (R-Texas) released the following statement ...