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  • commented 2017-02-20 03:49:51 -0600
    I have concerns with this baylor bill, I have an 11 year old daughter and believe me I have no love loss for a rapist, I am all for locking them away for a very long time. I do have a problem with this bill, how will it protect those falsely accused of rape by a female with ulterior motives, yes this happens quite often and the female usually stands to gain from this, whether it is revenge or law suit, or money, what are you doing to make sure that if a female falsely accuses a male of rape that she will be held responsible and I am saying actual punishment, not a slap on the wrist. I have seen this on several occasions the males life is ruined and the female so called rape victim, continues with her life unaffected.
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  • commented 2017-02-04 14:31:21 -0600
    Hello Representative,


    I urge you to oppose the recently introduced SB6 “Texas Bathroom Bill.” I have three reasons for opposing SB6:


    1. Discriminatory toward transgender individuals

    2. Bad for Texas’ economy (loss of business deals and tourism)

    3. Completely unnecessary use of legislative time and attention (fix our underfunded public education system!)


    I hope you will use your legislative power to put a stop to this terrible bill in the coming weeks.


    Isaac Bailon
  • commented 2016-07-12 17:17:41 -0500
    Rep. Canales & Staff: As a private Texan doing what I can with updating Texas law I am always researching information that is of great benefit. Such as the two appellate cases issued from the Court of Appeals Fifth District at Dallas on their summary ruling “…deferred adjudication is not a conviction.” This material was sent to your office some time ago. I would like to help on reviving HB 1014 for the 85th session coming up, on the record expunction for those who have been unfairly and improperly labeled as “convicted” when that is not true. I would also like to help on affecting positive change to DWI-DUI statutes, training, interdiction & prosecution of offenders. This will require the prosecutors, jurists, and many others all attend this course to learn the effectiveness of the process that can prove the two elements required to establish the offense.

    My first co-authored bill came about in 76th Leg R – HB 957 Uher, that recognized the three elements required to be a peace officer. Please contact me about these and other issues that are being worked on. Respectfully,
  • commented 2016-06-13 10:52:14 -0500
    He’s not tending to the issue. He’s not calling it what it is. This is radical Islamic terrorism. This isn’t battling Germany, this isn’t battling Japan where they’re wear regalia. These are individuals who turn out and you have no clue who they are and he wouldn’t like to examine it with http://www.mylittleponycheats.com and he wouldn’t like to appropriately depict it. also, in the event that you don’t talk about it and portray it appropriately, you’re never going to take care of the issue.
  • commented 2016-03-21 15:35:35 -0500
    Simple question. Why are Justice of the Peace NOT required to have some form of college education before seeking public office. Most positions in Texas NOW require you to have 60 college credit hours, (case in point DPS Officers). Several of our assistant states Attorneys in Hidalgo County who have more court room experience aren’t even making what these individuals will make once appointed and I mean Salary. I would support some form of legislation requiring Justice of the Peace to at least have 60 college credit hours before seeking election.
  • commented 2016-01-07 10:34:02 -0600
    We have an Adult Day Care here in donna, tx and i want to put a complaint on one of the HMO’s which is superior health plan. We just enrolled in one of the states programs for Adult �Day Cares which is Rate Enhancement. They suppose to follow DADS rules which they need to pay retroactive from september and they are just giving us retroactive from november. Can you please contact us


    Thank you,

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