“If you want to do this investigation, do it quietly,” he said. “If you’re going to announce something, announce it after the election, but what it looks like — and she [James] claims they're a terrorist organization — this looks like a terrorist operation going against the NRA in trying to make it political as opposed to a legitimate investigation.” … [Read more...] about Texas AG on NY AG seeking to dissolve NRA: ‘In Texas we care about what the founders put in the Constitution’
“Our frontline officers continue to steadfastly uphold our border security mission. The processing and identity verification of these individuals helps keep our community safe and illustrates our dedication to our mission,” Port Director Paul Del Rincon, Eagle Pass Port of Entry said in a written statement. … [Read more...] about 13 Migrants Arrested with Fake Documents on Bus at Texas Border Crossing
“Under no circumstances would an owner of an infected pet be asked to surrender their pets, and there’s no need to worry about a diagnosis,” she said. “But when we do find out that a pet is positive, we would work with those owners to take preventive measures to make sure that that pet is staying home, it’s not interacting with other pets and is isolating in the same way that positive people would isolate.” … [Read more...] about Pet cats in Texas first in state to test positive for coronavirus
Whether your mother will be able to collect a survivor benefit from her “common law” spouse will depend upon the state in which their relationship was established. Social Security’s rules specify that for their relationship to be recognized as a “marriage” for Social Security benefit purposes, it must have been established in a U.S. state which recognizes “common law” marriage. And only a small number of U.S. states currently do. … [Read more...] about RUSSELL GLOOR: Ask Rusty – Can my mother get benefits from common law marriage?
As the Katy area continues to grow, The Arc of Katy is hoping to expand its services and support more individuals with IDD and their families. When children with IDD age out of the school district, the need for programs like The Arc of Katy become even more critical. … [Read more...] about The Arc of Katy celebrates 30th anniversary