Congressman Van Taylor Honors Congressional Veteran Commendation Recipients at Local Ceremony

    On Saturday, Congressman Van Taylor (TX-03) honored fifteen local veterans with the 2021 Congressional Veterans Commendation (CVC) and was joined by hundreds of Collin County residents. Following the ceremony Representative Taylor said, "It was humbling to watch our community come together to honor and thank these fifteen local veterans who truly embody the meaning of service before self. Not only have these individuals bravely served in our nation's armed forces, but they continue to dedicate t...

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    Congressman Van Taylor Introduces Legislation to Safeguard American Taxpayers

    Today, Congressman Van Taylor (R-TX-03), joined by Congressman Lou Correa (D-CA-46), introduced legislation to protect taxpayers and help hold elected officials accountable. Congressman Van Taylor said, "The more government spends, the more it takes away from the people it serves." He continued, "Everyday politicians in Washington make decisions leaving American taxpayers to foot the bill. The true cost of legislation is obscured not only for taxpayers but for the very elected officials passing ...

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    Collin County Warming Centers

    This massive storm system has brought snow, sleet, and freezing rain to North Texas. Millions across the state have experienced power outages and Collin County is facing freezing temperatures. Treacherous travel conditions and reduced internet and cellular service is further exacerbating the situation. While our entire state is under a Federal Emergency Declaration, further inclement weather is anticipated in the coming days. Residents across Collin County have reported complete power outages as...

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    Extreme Weather Situation Update

    Fellow Texans, This massive storm system has brought snow, sleet, and freezing rain to North Texas. Millions across the state have experienced power outages and here in Collin County we are facing single digit temperatures. Treacherous travel conditions and reduced internet and cellular data service is further exacerbating the situation. While our entire state is under a Federal Emergency Declaration, further inclement weather is anticipated later this week. Residents across Collin County have r...

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    Congressman Van Taylor Leads Legislation to Reunite Korean American Families

    WASHINGTON - On Thursday, United States Congressman Van Taylor (R-TX-03) joined his colleague from across the aisle Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-NY-06) to introduce H.R. 826, the Divided Families Reunification Act. The legislation aims to reunite Korean Americans, who were separated from their families as a result of the Korean War, with their loved ones who still live in North Korea. Congressman Van Taylor (TX-03) shared, “I'm proud to partner with Congresswoman Meng as we work to address this h...

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    Rep. Van Taylor: I Vote to Accept the Electoral Votes because it’s the Conservative Choice

    I took an oath to our nation and the Constitution when I volunteered for the Marines and when I was first sworn in to represent Collin County in Congress in 2019. On Sunday, I took this oath again as a returning member of the House of Representatives for the 117th Congress. The events of Wednesday afternoon will haunt our nation for years to come and serve as a reminder of the fragility of self-governance. We must remain vigilant in our mission to pass our democracy and freedoms to the next gene...

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    Rep. Van Taylor of Plano is not like other Congress members as he works to be ‘Mr. Bipartisan’

    Freshman Rep. Van Taylor of Plano is without question a conservative Republican. But watching him work the House floor, you might not know it, because he spends much of his time working the other side of the aisle. That’s not uncommon in Austin, where Taylor served in the state House and Senate for eight years before heading to Congress. In the Legislature, lawmakers in both parties routinely work together. But in Washington, the two tribes mostly stick to their own kind. “When you turn on the T...

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