Town Hall: 2/13/21

If you were unable to attend State Representative Chris Turner's February 13, 2021 virtual Town Hall, you may watch the recording by clicking here. You may access the slide show here: 2.13.2021_Town Hall

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Town Hall Registration

Click here to register for the February 13, 2021 Town Hall. It will begin promptly at 10:00 AM. We look forward to seeing you (virtually) on Saturday!  

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Joe Biden’s America

It’s official! Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States of America.  Kamala Harris will be the next vice president of the United States of America.  The message from the American people was heard loud and clear: we embrace Joe Biden’s vision for a country that includes everyone and we reject Donald Trump’s divisive politics. And while Trump continues to stomp his feet in defeat and spread his false narrative about the election, Joe Biden is focused on bringing the people of our nation together. In Texas, although we fell short of w

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Team Turner Remembers RBG

The passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a terrible loss for our nation in so many ways.  I know that while Justice Ginsburg holds a special place in all of our hearts, as the second woman to ever serve on the Supreme Court, and as an accomplished attorney who had advanced the cause of gender equity before she was ever a judge, her work has been particularly meaningful to women everywhere. I am fortunate to have and have had several strong, talented women on my team for many years.  So, I asked the women who have been on my staff, past and present, if they would share the

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Chaos for public schools

We all want schools to be open as soon as possible, but it has to be safe for students, as well as the faculty and staff. Less than two weeks ago, Tarrant County public health officials ordered school buildings closed until late September, to hopefully allow for our dangerously high COVID-19 case counts to decline substantially. Our local schools were prepared to conduct all-virtual instruction for students in the meantime, with on-campus instruction for special needs students. All of these plans were in accordance with the official guidance provided by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) l

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