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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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#OTD in 1836, Samuel Colt patented the Colt Revolver. Today, we are having to defend our #2A rights. In the Texas Senate, we are working to protect these rights with:

SB 18 - Protect 2A Businesses
SB 19 - Stop corporate gun boycotts
SB 20 - 2A protections for travelers

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(1/2) We are looking for accountability today and information to ensure that this never happens again. When I asked ERCOT CEO Bill Magness about the contradictions between his testimony and that of the CEOs of energy generators, he wasn’t able to provide a clear answer.

Victims of the recent winter storms in Texas will have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/3bC92ho. #IRS

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On this day in 1836, Samuel Colt received his American patent for the Colt Revolver. Today, we are having to defend our Second Amendment rights. In the Texas Senate, we are working to protect these rights with:

SB 18 to protect Second Amendment Businesses
SB 19 to stop corporate gun boycotts
SB 20 Second Amendment protections for travelers.
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On this day in 1836, Samuel Colt received his American patent for the Colt Revolver. Today, we are having to defend our Second Amendment rights. In the Texas Senate, we are working to protect these rights with: 

SB 18 to protect Second Amendment Businesses
SB 19 to stop corporate gun boycotts
SB 20 Second Amendment protections for travelers.

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Thank you

Id10t.

Hmmm, 1836, a great year!

So ERCOT has no oversight on power generator weatherization. Who had oversight authority?

Senate committee on Business and Commerce shows nobody was Responsible. Bush, Perry, Abbott, and Patrick Screwed Texas.

Who's trying to overturn the 2nd amendment? Fear monger much?

You have a weird fetish.

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We are looking for accountability today and information to ensure that this never happens again. When I asked ERCOT CEO Bill Magness about the contradictions between his testimony and that of the CEOs of energy generators, he wasn’t able to provide a clear answer. We don’t know the truth yet, but generators say they were offline because of ERCOT’s actions. ERCOT says they aren’t sure about that. Rest assured, we’ll get to the bottom of this.

We will continue to work to get the answers that Texans deserve.
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I agree not reassuring at all.

PLEASE get it right this time!

Victims of the recent winter storms in Texas will have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. For more information, please visit bit.ly/3bC92ho. ... See MoreSee Less

Victims of the recent winter storms in Texas will have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/3bC92ho.
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