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DR. SCHWERTNER

Senator Charles Schwertner is a physician, family man, business owner, and a life-long fiscal and social conservative. In 2010, Schwertner was first elected to serve the people of House District 20 as a member of the Texas House of Representatives. There, he quickly earned a reputation as a measured and effective legislator, working with his colleagues to pass one of the most conservative legislative agendas in Texas history.

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I have been appointed to serve as Chair of the Senate Committee on Administration. I am honored by Lt. Gov. @DanPatrick’s trust in my ability to lead this important committee. In addition, I will serve on Finance, Business & Commerce, Education, & State Affairs. #txlege

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I have been appointed to serve as Chair of the Senate Committee on Administration. I am honored by Lt. Governor Patrick’s trust in my ability to lead this important committee. In addition, I will serve on the Senate Committees on Finance, Business and Commerce, Education, and State Affairs. ow.ly/BBUr50D9Voy ... See MoreSee Less

I have been appointed to serve as Chair of the Senate Committee on Administration. I am honored by Lt. Governor Patrick’s trust in my ability to lead this important committee. In addition, I will serve on the Senate Committees on Finance, Business and Commerce, Education, and State Affairs. http://ow.ly/BBUr50D9Voy

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Congratulations that’s great

Good news!

Congratulations!

I appreciate you so much

That’s wonderful!!

Wonderful news! Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Great! Congratulations!

Please! We need covid vaccine in Williamson County.

He appointed you?? Well, we’re screwed.

Would you please look into our election systems and make sure that there is zero voter/election fraud?

What? Has it been long enough since your sexual misconduct that you think your constituents have forgotten?

I guess we’re not worried about dick pics in the age of coronavirus.

Denounce Trump and Paxton and insurrectionists....then apologize for your personal inappropriate conduct...try to start 2021 by speaking the Truth.

Maybe you could work on Covid vaccine distribution in Williamson Co.

Good for you!

Very good

Dannie Goeb is a liar and a fraud

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Schwertner to Chair Senate Administration Committee

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AUSTIN, TX – Today, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick appointed State Senator Charles Schwertner, MD (R-Georgetown) to serve as Chair of the Senate Committee on Administration.  “I am honored by Lt. Governor Patrick’s trust in my ability to lead this important committee,” said Schwertner. “The Senate Committee on Administration handles a broad range of issues that…

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Sen. Schwertner Files Legislation to Improve Access to Quality Healthcare Networks for Texas Patients

Sen. Schwertner Files Legislation to Improve Access to Quality Healthcare Networks for Texas Patients 1024 748 Dr. Schwertner

Dr. Charles Schwertner’s SB 245 would direct the Office of Public Insurance Council to monitor the adequacy of managed care networks and advocate for Texas consumers. AUSTIN, TX — Today, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) filed legislation to grant the state’s Office of Public Insurance Council (OPIC) the authority to better represent the interests of Texas consumers in matters…

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Schwertner Announces 2021 College Affordability Plan

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Schwertner’s proposal includes capping college fees at their current levels and requiring public universities to submit their annual report on cost transparency to the Legislature. AUSTIN, TX — Today, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) filed legislation to make higher education more affordable for Texas families by addressing the significant cost growth at Texas’ public colleges and…

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