Where the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.

Weekly Update: Tuesday, May 26 – Friday, May 29 “Where the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.” – Hippocrates Up Comming Events to Mark your Calendar  June 1st-6th Virtual texas law enforcement torch run for Special Olympics Texas Join Special Olympics Texas and Law Enforcement and me as we…

We are “a shining city upon a hill!”

Weekly Update: Sunday, May 10 – Friday, May 15 We are “a shining city upon a hill!” God Bless Texas and God Bless America! Peace Officers Memorial Day Today we honor our fallen peace officers who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our communities. Let us never forget those who fell on the Thin Blue…

What Happens Next Is Up To US

Weekly Update Monday, May 18 – Friday, May 22 Memorial Day weekend is here and we remember the reason for this holiday; to honor our heroes who gave their all for you and me. The sacrifices made during the Revolutionary War, to present day operations, are worthy of our gratitude and eternal respect. Some common ways…

Senator Campbell Responds to San Antonio City Council calling for A Special Session on Gun Violence

AUSTIN – San Antonio City Council passed a resolution today calling for a special session on gun violence. Senator Campbell has released the following statement regarding the resolution: “The El Paso shooting was a heinous act of hate and terrorism. No community should have to experience this kind of evil but passing non-binding resolutions and…

Senator Campbell Criticizes City’s Involuntary Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, Says Delaying Implementation is the Right Decision

AUSTIN – A district judge signed off on a deal Wednesday between city officials and business groups to delay the implementation of the City of San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance. Senator Campbell has released the following statement regarding the ordinance: “San Antonio, like Austin, is proposing a city ordinance that violates state law and…

Senator Campbell’s Statement on HB 3

AUSTIN – Today Senator Campbell joined Governor Abbott, Lieutenant Governor Patrick, Speaker Bonnen, and members of the HB 3 conference committee to publicly say they’ve reached an agreement. “It was an honor to work this session on behalf of Texans to reform school funding and lower property taxes. I’m pleased to join Governor Abbott, Lieutenant…

Texas Legislature Passes SB 535 to Secure Texans’ Right to Carry in Church

AUSTIN – Two years after the tragic Sutherland Springs church shooting, the Legislature passed SB 535 by Sen. Donna Campbell, securing the rights of Texans to carry in a place of worship. “We have learned many times over that there is no such thing as a gun free zone. Those with evil intentions will violate…

Senator Campbell Files Amicus Brief Supporting Austin Small Businesses

AUSTIN – State Senator Donna Campbell and members of the Texas Conservative Coalition filed an amicus curiae brief with the Texas Third Court of Appeals in support of business groups’ appeal for a temporary injunction against the city’s controversial paid sick leave ordinance. Austin’s ordinance is scheduled to go into effect on October 1st and…

Senator Campbell Helps Bring Army Futures Command to Central Texas

AUSTIN – As Chair of the Veteran Affairs and Border Security Committee, Senator Donna Campbell played an instrumental role in writing letters to help persuade the U.S. Army Futures Command to select Central Texas for their new command center. “Austin’s selection is an historic announcement for Austin and Texas, as the U.S. Army prepares to…

Senator Campbell Files Brief Opposing Job-killing Austin Ordinance

AUSTIN – State Senator Donna Campbell filed an amicus brief in support of business groups seeking an injunction against the City of Austin regarding their mandatory paid sick leave ordinance. The controversial ordinance, scheduled to go into effect on October 1st, would apply to any non-union eligible employee working within the city limits, regardless of…