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Capitol Hall Report – Will We Remember?

Will we remember? Angry mobs are vandalizing and destroying monuments across the United States. Many say that these are attacks on the preservation of our nation’s history, and they are right. Clearly, those who are taking down the monuments don’t have a thorough understanding of history, because statues of heroes such as Hans Christian Heg,… Read more

No Compromising on Liberty

No Compromising on Liberty Will constitutional rights be lost under Republican control? The unwarranted attack on Texan’s inalienable right to self-defense is intensifying. There is no question, Texans’ GOD-GIVEN RIGHT to self-defense is under attack. The battle lines have been drawn and it is crystal clear that the socialist Democrat politicians on the left and… Read more

Commentary: Part 1 – CPS Heavy-Handed Overreach

This is the first of a four-part series on a case study of liberty loss through government overreach. When the overreaching heavy hand of the government leads to even one instance of injustice, a little bit of liberty is lost for all citizens. On July 2, 2019, in Kaufman County, Texas, another piece of liberty… Read more

Honoring and Serving Our Veterans in Texas

Honoring and Serving Our Veterans in Texas As an veteran myself, I am honored this session to be Vice Chair of the Senate Committee on Veteran Affairs & Border Security.  Last week in the first meeting of the committee we heard testimony from multiple state agencies about the services that they provide to veterans. Texas… Read more

Protection of Texas’ Foremost Monument: The Alamo

The narrative at the Alamo grounds must tell the truth about her defenders and the 1836 Battle of the Alamo.  The Battle of the Alamo was a defining moment in the history of Texas and illustrates the passion the early settlers had for freedom and independence. The battle cry “Remember the Alamo!” still stirs the… Read more

Senator Hall Appointed Chair of Senate Agriculture Committee

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced today that he has appointed Sen. Bob Hall, R-Edgewood, Chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Upon his announcement the lieutenant governor made the following statement: “No one works harder for the people of his district than Sen. Hall and I am confident he will bring the same work ethic and… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Property Tax Relief

Property Tax Relief Property tax relief must be a top priority for the 86th Legislature. According to the Tax Foundation, Texas now has the sixth highest property tax burden in the nation. Not only are the inordinately high property tax rates oppressive to tax payers, but they are fundamentally unhealthy for the Texas economy. The… Read more

Hall Campaign Launches A New Radio Ad

Senator Slams Burkett Lies EDGEWOOD, TX – Texas State Senator Bob Hall’s campaign released a new radio ad today in response to two recent campaign mailers sent by his liberal opponent, Cindy Burkett. “The backlash against the smear campaign tactics of Cindy Burkett is profound. The sleazy mailers orchestrated by Burkett are not playing well… Read more

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Endorses Senator Bob Hall

Senator Bob Hall Announces Filing for Re-Election

Senator Bob Hall announced that he has filed for re-election to the Texas Senate and has a strong campaign of grassroots leaders and conservative support for his re-election. “I have a proven, conservative record and, as your Senator, I have done exactly as I said I would when I first ran,” said Hall. “Support for… Read more