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ELECTION ADVISORY: Early Voting Begins For The November 6th Constitutional Election

A Message from Dwayne Bohac:

Early voting has started for the November 6th Constitutional Amendment Election and several local city and school elections. During this time, all eligible voters can cast their votes prior to General Election Day at any one of the thirty-three early voting locations throughout Harris County. I hope that you will join me in taking time to vote in this important election.
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November Kicks Off First-Ever Lung Cancer Awareness Month in Texas

Lung cancer will kill more people this year than all other cancers combined, including breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, kidney cancer, and melanoma. Lawmakers are hoping a bill passed this session will raise awareness of this deadly disease.
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Bohac to Host Town Hall Meetings in October

State Representative Dwayne Bohac will hold two town hall meetings during the month of October to discuss the recent 80th Legislature with constituents in District 138. Get the details here…
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Rep. Dwayne Bohac Awards Textbook Scholarships to Local High School Graduates

Five local high school seniors who demonstrated an interest in serving the public through government were awarded a Dwayne Bohac Textbook Scholarship on Aug. 21 to help them prepare for their first semester of college. This marks the fifth year that high school students in Rep. Bohac’s legislative district have received this unique opportunity.
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Bohac Updates Community on Progress of Brickhouse Gully Detention Basin

Environmental features of soon-to-begin project will clean rainwater discharged into gully

State Representative Dwayne Bohac (R-Houston) is pleased to announce that the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) continues to make progress on the Brickhouse Gully stormwater detention basin. “Soon we will see trucks, and dirt will be moving…“
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Bill halts Trans Texas Corridor for Two Years

Legislature to Study All Aspects of TTC

“Senate Bill 792 will put the brakes on this massive project. We know now that at least until 2009 we are one step ahead of keeping the TTC from moving forward until it has been more thoroughly vetted by the public and lawmakers.”
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Bills Effecting Mobile Food Vendors Signed Into Law

Tougher State Health and Safety Rules Take Full Effect September 1st

Texas Governor Rick Perry recently signed House Bills 3138 and 3672, authored by Representatives Dwayne Bohac (R-Houston) and Kevin Bailey (D-Houston), which require mobile food vehicles with kitchens to be cleaned and maintained daily at a central commissary. The bills also require these units to obtain written permission from private property owners in order to set up shop. WATCH THE VIDEO…
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