Pete Sessions

Pete Sessions

TEXAS' 32nd DISTRICT

Sessions: Leaving Our Campsite Better Than We Found It

2017/07/18

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding the passage of legislation to phase in implementation of the 2008 and 2015 ozone standards to ensure states have time to properly comply with the appropriate standards:

“As a proud Eagle Scout I have always lived by the mantra “leave your campsite better than you have found it,” and that especially applies when we talk about cleaning our air and preserving our earth. Since 1908, we have reduced ozone levels by nearly one-third and they are continuing to trend downward. However, currently, states are facing the prospect of simultaneously complying with two different sets of standards which is confusing, costly, and inefficient. Today’s bill builds upon the progress that we have made while giving states more time to comply with these standards. I believe it is critical that we continue to make strides in cleaning our air while providing states with more flexibility so we can ensure communities aren’t saddled with regulatory costs that stifle job creation and cripple our economy.”

To learn more about H.R. 806, Ozone Standards Implementation Act, click here.
 

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The Hill Report: Week of July 10 - 14, 2017

2017/07/17

At a time when our world has become an increasingly dangerous place, our military needs to be robust, strong, and ready. Our military leaders have repeatedly voiced their concerns that over the past half-decade our forces have been pared down to skeletal levels which has stretched resources and personnel far too thin. As Members of Congress, we have a constitutional duty to ensure that our men and women on the front lines have the resources they need to effectively protect our citizens both at home and abroad. I am proud to say that we fulfilled that duty with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2018 this morning.This package responsibly uses tax payer dollars to rebuild thestrength of our military, ensure they have the tools they need, and makes sure that we are taking care of the men and women who serve - including a much deserved pay raise for all members of the armed forces. 

Supporting the Physician-Patient Relationship 
Under current law, physicians and other DEA licensed medical practitioners are barred from transporting controlled substances from one practice setting to another. In addition to restrictions, there is a lot of uncertainty surroundingthe compliance with certain methods of transportation which has created another hurdle between patients and physicians. To address this issue, I have received feedback from rural doctors and members of the Dallas community, including Dr. Dan Cooper, the physician for the Dallas Cowboys. As a result of their hard work, persistence, and leadership, I am delighted that the House passed my bill, H.R. 1492, the Medical Controlled Substances Transporation Act, to support mobile physicians and the millions of Americans who rely upon their essential services. 


Meetings in Texas 
DART  
On Thursday, I was delighted to meet with DART President Gary Thomas, Deputy Executive Director Jesse Oliver, and Board Chairwoman Faye Moses Wilkins to receive a status update on theCotton Belt project, downtown second rail alignment, and platform extension project. Specifically, earlier this week I sent a letter to Appropriations Transportation Subcommittee Chairman Mario Diaz-Balart expressing my strong support for continued infrastructure funding, especially for those programs that provide the vital federal funding that allows DART to build out these improvements. As Congress works to pass a government funding package that funds these vital projects in North Texas and across the country, I look forward to continuing to engage with local leaders and my colleagues to ensure Dallas has the resources it needs to grow.

 
 Congressman Pete Sessions and Legislative Director Ryan Ethington meeting with leadership from Dallas Area Rapid Transit


Department of Neurosurgery UT Southwestern in Dallas 
This Thursday, I met with the Dr. Hunt Batjer, chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at UT Southwestern and Katie Orrico from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. We discussed their support for HR 1492, the Medical Controlled Substances Transportation Act, which passed the House this week. We also talked about the importance of medical accreditation standards and medical issues faced by our nation's veterans.

 
 Congressman Pete Sessions and Dr. Hunt Batjer, Chairman of UT Southwestern’s Department of Neurological Surgery


Children’s Health System of Texas 
This week I also had the privilege of meeting with Jaylyn Wise, a bright young girl with challenging medical conditions, her family, and representatives from Children's Medical Center of Dallas. We spoke about Jaylyn's multiple gastrointestinal surgeries and the importance of funding research so that we can find treatments and cures for medical conditions impacting children across the country.
 

 
 Congressman Sessions meeting with the Wise Family and executives from the Children’s Health System of Texas
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Sessions: We Have A Duty To Our Troops

2017/07/17

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2018

"At a time when our world has become an increasingly dangerous place, our military needs to be robust, strong, and ready. Our military leaders have repeatedly voiced their concerns that over the past half-decade our forces have been pared down to skeletal levels which has stretched resources and personnel far too thin. As Members of Congress, we have a constitutional duty to ensure that our men and women on the front lines have the resources they need to effectively protect our citizens both at home and abroad. I am proud to say that we fulfilled that duty with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2018.This package responsibly uses tax payer dollars to rebuild the strength of our military, ensure they have the tools they need, and makes sure that we are taking care of the men and women who serve - including a much deserved pay raise for all members of the armed forces. 

"I am extremely proud of this measure because it is the result of hours of debate, productive dialogue with Members from both sides of the aisle, and especially the hard work of Chairman Mac Thornberry and the rest of the House Committee on Armed Services. In addition, I am pleased to report that we had a robust debate in the Rules Committee, and made 210 amendments in order for consideration - the most amendments we have ever made in order for NDAA. This goes to show that if we continue to work together, we get the best ideas to make a good product even better. I proudly supported this critical measure so we can continue to support our troops who valiantly serve and protect our great nation."

To learn more about H.R. 2810, National Defense Authorization Act of 2018, click here
 

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Sessions Applauds Passage of Bill to Strengthen the Physician - Patient Relationship

2017/07/12

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding the passage of his bill, H.R. 1492, Medical Controlled Substances Transportation Act: 

"After years of hard work, I am delighted that the House passed this important measure to support mobile physicians and the millions of Americans who rely upon their essential services. Under current law, physicians and other DEA licensed medical practitioners are barred from transporting controlled substances from one practice setting to another. In addition to restrictions, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the compliance with certain methods of transportation which has created another hurdle between patients and physicians.

"To address this issue, I have received feedback from rural doctors and members of the Dallas community, including Dr. Dan Cooper, the physician for the Dallas Cowboys. As a result of their hard work, persistence, and leadership, we were able to provide a common sense solution that puts safeguards in place while removing unnecessary road blocks faced by physicians who are trying to care for their patients. I believe this is an extremely important issue for all doctors, and this bill will ensure they have the opportunity to provide their athletes and patients with much needed medical care under the authority of the DEA."

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The Hill Report: Week of July 3 - 7, 2017

2017/07/10

Today marks the one year anniversary of the tragic events that shook our city and put our police officers in the direct line of fire. When theshooter opened fire, they didn’t run away or cower. They did what they were trained to do and because of that they saved countless innocent lives. As we remember these fallen officers, I would also like to take a moment to recognize all of the men and women who selflessly serve and protect our community day in and day. 

It shouldn’t take a horrific act to come to our officers sides however, I feel because of this tragedy we as a community and a city have grown stronger together. All of us have to rally behind the men and women who gear up every single day, preparing for the worst of the worst to ensure that our children, our families, and our communities are safe from harm. It is my sincere hope that we never have to face another day like July 7, 2016, but if we do I know one thing is certain, we will face it together and we will prevail. 

Meetings in Northe Texas
Veterans Resource Center 

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting with representatives of theVeterans Resource Center and other veterans organizations around Dallas, as well as many in the leadership at the Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System, including the Interim Director. As Dallas County is home to one of the largest populations of veterans in thecountry, it is vital that we take essential steps to continue improving veterans access to education, veterans groups, health care, and other benefits these heroes deserve. I am excited to continue this conversation and thankful for all of those willing to get involved to give back to those who sacrifice so much protecting our homeland. 

 

 
Congressman Sessions at the VA Leadership Stakeholder's Meeting


Toyota 
This week I was delighted to celebrate the official grand opening of Toyota’s new North American headquarters in Plano. This new campus will create more than 4,000 jobs for hard working North Texans and inject our local economy with nearly $10 billion. Texas has always led by example when it comes to providing businesses with the opportunity to grow and thrive and I am pleased that Toyota is going to be a part of our North Texas community. 

 
 Congressman Sessions at the Grand Opening ofthe Toyota headquarters in Plano

 

Fourth of July 
This week I was delighted to celebrate our great nation with North Texans across the 32nd Congressional District. Here are a few pictures from the festivities this week. 

 
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The Hill Report: Week of June 26 - 30, 2017

2017/07/03

For far too long our failure to enforce our nation’s immigration policies has come at a high price - the rampant spread of sanctuary cities. As a result, innocent lives have been tragically lost at the hands of criminal illegal aliens who have infiltrated our communities. We cannot afford to continue to turn a blind eye to these heinous crimes and allow these criminals to continue to walk our streets, live in our neighborhoods, and threaten our families.

 
 Click here to watch a clip of Congressman Sessions managing the rule for Kate’s Law. 

This week I proudly joined my colleagues in the House in passing two important measures H.R. 3003, No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, and H.R. 3004Kate’s Law. These two bills will roll back lawless sanctuary policies across the nation by enhancing penalties for deported felons and ensure local officials cooperate and coordinate with federal officials. It is time that we stop putting politics above the safety and security of American families and start upholding our nation’s rule of law.

Honoring Korean War Veteran Heroes  
This morning I had the privilege of participating in the wreath laying ceremony at the Korean War Veterans Memorial with Vice President Pence and the President of the Republic of Korea, Moon Jae-in. As the son of a Korean War Veteran it was a moving ceremony to honor and remember these brave heroes. It was particularly special because my father was the one who spoke the words enshrined in the granite at the monument. I could not be prouder to be his son and to be a part of this beautiful morning to honor the men who “answered the call to defend a country they never knew and a people they never met.”

 
 

This Week in Washington
Committee on House Administration Lecture Series
 
Every summer young leaders from across the country come to our nation’s capital to learn thelegislative process and work in offices across the hill. On Monday I had the opportunity to speak to a group of these interns as a part of the Congressional Summer Intern Lecture Series. I always enjoythe chance to educate young individuals on how to pursue a career path, in whatever domain they may choose and to encourage them to take advantage of the unique academic and networking opportunities that the Hill provides. In addition to the lessons interns learn throughout their time here, I also stressed the importance of developing moral courage. As a proud Eagle Scout, I believe that moral courage is the most important thing to have. You have to know what is wrong, what is right, and learn to live within the lines of declination. I am proud of each and every one of these young lions and wish them the best of luck in all of their future endeavors. 

 
Congressman Sessions speaking to Capitol Hillinterns at the Summer Intern Lecture Series

Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice 
On Tuesday I met with the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice to discuss issues affecting Texas health care, particularly the federal imposition of documentation requirements that are seen as burdensome, duplicative, and costly. I remain committed to implementing sustainable solutions to better allow our health care providers to put their patients first.

 
Congressman Sessions meeting with the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice

United States-India Business Council 
On Tuesday I joined Vice President Pence as a speaker at the United States-India Business Council's 42nd Anniversary Leadership Summit. At the event, I was delighted to meet a number of Indian-American business leaders to discuss how our two countries can partner together to advance our commercial and strategic partnership, strengthen the bonds that unite our two countries, and create economic opportunity for American workers in the United States. Ultimately, the USIBC’s work in linking government and business sends a strong message to the world—that the United States Congress supports deeper economic and business ties between our two great countries.

 

American Heart Association 
To end the week I was also pleased to meet with representatives from the American Heart Association, including several constituents. We discussed issues such as telemedicine and cardiac rehabilitation, along with my continued commitment to funding health care research. I am proud to support measures such as an increase of at least $2 billion to the FY2018 NIH budget and will continue to fight for research funding.

 
 Congressman Sessions and Dr. John J. Warner, President-Elect of the American Heart Association 

 

Fourth of July Celebration 
As a member of the Civil Air Patrol I am looking forward to marching with them in Fourth of July parades in the district. The air patrol introduces thousands of young patriots to aviation and allows them to engage in a 16-step program including aerospace education, leadership training, physical fitness and moral leadership. I am proud to be a part of this exceptional organization and march with them in uniform as we celebrate our nation. Make sure to follow my FacebookTwitter, and Instagram to see live pictures of Fourth of July celebrations across the 32nd Congressional District. 

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Sessions Supports Bills to Protect American Families

2017/06/29

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding the passage of two important measures to crack down on sanctuary cities:
 
"For far too long our failure to enforce our nation’s immigration policies has come at a high price - the rampant spread of sanctuary cities. As a result, innocent lives have been tragically lost at the hands of criminal illegal aliens who have infiltrated our communities. We cannot afford to continue to turn a blind eye to these heinous crimes and allow these criminals to continue to walk our streets, live in our neighborhoods, and threaten our families.
 
"I proudly joined my colleagues in the House in passing two important measures that will roll back lawless sanctuary policies across the nation by enhancing penalties for deported felons and ensure local officials cooperate and coordinate with federal officials. It is time that we stop putting politics above the safety and security of American families and start upholding our nation’s rule of law."


To learn more about H.R. 3003,  No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, click here
To learn more about H.R. 3004, Kate's Law, click here
 

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The Hill Report: Week of June 19 - 23, 2017

2017/06/26

We have heard a lot of talk about Washington’s inability to work together. However, this week, the House passed a bipartisan jobs bill with overwhelming support from both sides of the aisle. This bill underscores our ability to come together to deliver results for theAmerican people by passing legislation that will directly impact American families, our economy, and our labor force. 

According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, 6 million job openings are waiting to be filled, yet at the same time the number of Americans participating in the workforce is at a four-decade low. This bill bridges that gap by encouraging employer-led partnerships to hire recipients from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. I’m proud to join my colleagues from both sides of the aisle in supporting this innovative solution to get Americans back to work. Click here to learn more about H.R. 2842, Accelerating Individuals into the Workforce Act.

Meeting with Texans 
Department of Commerce Investment Summit 
On Monday I was honored to participate in the Department of Commerce Investment Summit and introduce Secretary Rick Perry. This event brings together titans in the business industry and thought leaders to discuss how to better facilitate investment in the United States and grow our economy. We have a great opportunity to rebuild our nation’s economy through pro-growth policies that will allow the free enterprise system to thrive. I am delighted that I had the opportunity to participate in this event and I look forward to working with these individuals to grow our economy and create jobs.

 
 Congressman Sessions with Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Secretary of Energy Rick Perry

Charter Communications 
Earlier this week I was delighted to sit down with North Texas representatives from Charter Communications to discuss the important new developments in the telecommunications industry. This industry has created 2,934 jobs in 32nd Congressional District of Texas alone and has had a $438 million economic impact on our North Texas region. Charter is an example of the success ofthe free enterprise system and I look forward to continuing to work with them to create jobs for hard working North Texans and grow our local and national economy.

US Army Corps of Engineers 
This Wednesday I met with Col. Calvin C. Hudson II and the Army Corps of Engineers to discuss important infrastructure projects in North Texas. For the past two years we have been working hand-in-hand to make necessary repairs to the Lake Lewisville Dam to prevent a tidal wave from wiping out the entire Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Their commitment to the safety and security of North Texans is unparalleled. As our region grows, it is critical that we stay up to date with our infrastructure and ensure all of our dams, levies, and bridges can sustain our booming population.  

 
 Congressman Sessions meeting with members of the Army Corps of Engineers

Nature Conservancy Texas 
On Wednesday I enjoyed meeting with Texans from The Nature Conservancy to discuss various initiatives. Their innovative projects include oyster beds that clean ocean water while simultaneously generating recreational revenue that help such projects pay for themselves. We also discussed tax reform, particularly the importance of charitable giving incentives, and the benefits of green infrastructure. As a father of two sons, I understand the need to conserve our environment forthe generations to come and I appreciate their commitment to preserving the natural beauty in our great state of Texas. 

Live Beyond 
This week I met with representatives from Live Beyond, a faith-based, non-profit mission in Haiti. They host mission trips for churches, organizations and individuals. The organization's Founder & CEO, Dr. David Vanderpool, M.D., is a Dallas trauma surgeon who specializes in tropical medicine for the developing world. It was amazing to hear about their mission to help those who need it most specifically by bringing health care, clean water and education to the nation of Haiti.

 
 Congressman Sessions with David Vanderpool from Dallas

Mobile Office Hours 
Next week members of my Dallas Office will be holding Mobile Office Hours. Please feel free to stop by if you need help with a federal agency or if you have any other questions. 

City of Sachse

Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 pm

Location: Sachse City Hall
3815 Sachse Road
Sachse, Texas 75048

City of Wylie

Date:Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

LocationWylie City Hall
300 Country Club Drive #100
Wylie, Texas 75098

City of Garland

Date: Monday, June 26, 2017

Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Location: Garland City Hall
200 N. 5th Street
Garland, Texas 75040

City of Rowlett

Date: Monday, June 26,2017

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Rowlett City Hall
3901 Main Street 
Rowlett, Texas 75088

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Sessions Votes to Bridge the Gap to Put Americans Back to Work

2017/06/23

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding the passage of a bipartisan jobs bill:
 
"We have heard a lot of talk about Washington’s inability to work together. However, this week, the House passed a bipartisan jobs bill with overwhelming support from both sides of the aisle. This bill underscores our ability to come together to deliver results for the American people by passing legislation that will directly impact American families, our economy, and our labor force.
 
"According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, 6 million job openings are waiting to be filled, yet at the same time the number of Americans participating in the workforce is at a four-decade low. This bill bridges that gap by encouraging employer-led partnerships to hire recipients from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. I’m proud to join my colleagues from both sides of the aisle in supporting this innovative solution to get Americans back to work."

 
To learn more about H.R. 2842, Accelerating Individuals into the Workforce Act, click here.   
 

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Sessions Votes to Streamline Permitting Processes

2017/06/23

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), Chairman of the House Committee on Rules, released the following statement applauding passage of a measure to streamline permitting processes for construction of new projects under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture:
 
"I have seen firsthand how burdensome permitting processes have delayed necessary infrastructure projects in North Texas, especially projects that impact our water supply. These projects play an essential role in sustaining our growing population in North Texas, as well as create much needed jobs in our communities. Bureaucracy has held us back for far too long. That is why I am pleased to support this measure to remove unnecessary hurdles to help get these important projects off the ground."
 
To learn more about H.R. 1654, the Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act, click here.
 

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Congressman Sessions discussing his bill to strengthen the physican-patient relationship

2017-07-13 12:56:53


Congressman Sessions managing the rule for Kate's Law

2017-06-30 16:26:15


Congressman Sessions on Fox and Friends discussing ways to tighten national security loopholes

2017-06-07 15:53:03


Congressman Sessions delivering a Memorial Day message with the United States Marine Corps

2017-05-29 19:27:54


Congressman Sessions thanking Dr. Bruce Hargrave for serving as the guest chaplain

2017-05-17 15:13:30


Congressman Sessions discussing the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare

2017-03-19 17:50:59


Congressman Pete Sessions discussing the President's order to protect Americans

2017-01-31 17:10:18


Congressman Sessions explaining how his healthcare plan helps all Americans

2017-01-25 21:01:18


Congressman Sessions discussing his ideas to fix our broken healthcare system

2017-01-25 18:18:47


Congressman Sessions on CNN New Day discussing Inauguration and his healthcare plan

2017-01-19 15:31:45


Congressman Sessions discussing his plan to fix our broken healthcare system on CNN

2017-01-17 17:29:48


Congressman Sessions discussing Texans in the Trump Administration

2017-01-09 16:00:22


Congressman Pete Sessions honors Congressman Sam Johnson's years of public service

2017-01-09 15:50:55


Restoring Responsible Regulations and Congressional Oversight

2017-01-05 21:18:37


Chairman Pete Sessions discussing his healthcare bill on Fox and Friends

2017-01-04 20:09:41


Congressman Pete Sessions Explains the World's Greatest Healthcare Plan

2016-12-08 18:41:05


Congressman Sessions speaking in support of H.R. 6392, the Systemic Risk Designation Improvement Act

2016-12-02 14:52:35


Congressman Sessions and his wife Karen explain The World's Greatest Healthcare Plan

2016-10-17 15:23:51


Congressman Sessions speaking in support of the Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir Amendment

2016-09-29 19:12:26


Congressman Sessions managing the rule for two Financial Services bills

2016-09-09 19:37:12


Contact Information

2233 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-2231
Fax 202-225-5878
sessions.house.gov

Committee Assignments

Rules

A conservative community leader, United States Congressman Pete Sessions has combined hard work, innovative thinking, and common-sense principles to successfully represent the 32nd Congressional District of Texas.

Congressman Sessions was born on March 22, 1955 and grew up in Waco, Texas.  He graduated from Churchill High School in San Antonio and went on to graduate from Southwestern University in 1978, where he now serves on the Board of Trustees. He worked for then-Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for 16 years, retiring as District Manager for Marketing in Dallas. As a businessman, he served as Chairman of the Northeast Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

Thanks to this private sector experience, Congressman Sessions understands the need to fight bureaucracy and to utilize market-driven solutions to effectively solve problems in our communities and in government.

In 1996, the people of Dallas and the 5th Congressional District sent Congressman Sessions to Washington, DC to represent them in the United States House of Representatives. In 2002, Congressman Sessions began representing the 32nd Congressional District, created from redistricting. In 2012, the people of the 32nd Congressional District called him back to Congress for his ninth term.

Congressman Sessions is a stalwart defender of U.S. homeland and national security interests, as well as the men and women who defend them. As the parent of a child with Down syndrome, he is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities. Congressman Sessions also believes that taxpayers deserve results from their government, and he has pursued common-sense, market-based reforms to help government operate more efficiently.

Congressman Sessions pursues his goals on these and other issues through his work on various Congressional committees and caucuses. He serves as the Chairman of the powerful House Committee on Rules, which is best known for its role as the legislative gatekeeper. In 2008 and 2010, he was elected by the House Republican Conference as Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.

Congressman Sessions is an Eagle Scout and a former Scout Master for 13 Eagle Scouts. He is a recipient of the National Distinguished Eagle Scout Award and is a member of both the National Eagle Scout Association’s national committee and the Executive Board of the Circle Ten Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Congressman Sessions is married to Karen Sessions.  He is the proud father of two sons, Bill and Alex, and three stepsons, Conor, Liam and Nicholas. Congressman Sessions resides in Dallas, Texas and continues to be active in his community where he is an Adopt-A-Shoreline Team Leader in the effort to maintain White Rock Lake in Dallas and an Advisor to the President of Special Olympics Texas.


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Louie Gohmert

TEXAS' 1st DISTRICT

Ted Poe

TEXAS' 2nd DISTRICT

Sam Johnson

TEXAS' 3rd DISTRICT

John Ratcliffe

TEXAS' 4th DISTRICT

Jeb Hensarling

TEXAS' 5th DISTRICT

Joe Barton

TEXAS' 6th DISTRICT

John Culberson

TEXAS' 7th DISTRICT

Kevin Brady

TEXAS' 8th DISTRICT

Michael McCaul

TEXAS' 10th DISTRICT

Michael Conaway

TEXAS' 11th DISTRICT

Kay Granger

TEXAS' 12th DISTRICT

Mac Thornberry

TEXAS' 13th DISTRICT

Randy Weber

TEXAS' 14th DISTRICT

Bill Flores

TEXAS' 17th DISTRICT

Jodey Arrington

TEXAS' 19th DISTRICT

Lamar Smith

TEXAS' 21st DISTRICT

Pete Olson

TEXAS' 22nd DISTRICT

Will Hurd

TEXAS' 23rd DISTRICT

Kenny Marchant

TEXAS' 24th DISTRICT

Roger Williams

TEXAS' 25th DISTRICT

Michael Burgess

TEXAS' 26th DISTRICT

Blake Farenthold

TEXAS' 27th DISTRICT

John Carter

TEXAS' 31st DISTRICT

Brian Babin

TEXAS' 36th DISTRICT

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