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Sheila Jackson Lee
Official Twitter account for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Representing Texas' 18th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Sheila Jackson Lee 6h
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
We should be thanking them for their bravery rather than hiding the truth of their injuries and what they will face in the future. Let’s stand with our soldiers!
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Sheila Jackson Lee 6h
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
affected by TBI. I worked to increase the funding for those who have TBI and who suffer from PTSD, and I also created a PTSD center in my district. I am praying for our soldiers and praying for their families...
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Sheila Jackson Lee 6h
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) are nothing to make light of or mock. The Iran strike resulted in our soldiers being injured on the battlefield, and the president's comments on these injuries were outrageous and insensitive. I have spent time with soldiers and veterans...
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Jeff Syptak Jan 24
As people are boarding up and packing up, I am hoping people do not take advantage. When I went to see the damage, I was in awed that many were picking up the pieces.-
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KPRC 2 Houston 16h
Sunday on on the Cancer Clusters plaguing neighborhoods in her district. Sunday morning at 10:30.
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Sheila Jackson Lee 7h
Our Town Hall on the 5th Ward Cancer Cluster got the word out and brought the experts in. There is still much work to be done, but I am dedicated to protecting and advocating for the of Texas. -SJL.
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Carol Alvarado 11h
Beautiful morning for a rally w/ . Thx for having me. Energetic diverse crowd & determined group of women to change it up in 2020 elections! Good seeing smart guys like supporting!
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Sheila Jackson Lee 11h
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Sheila Jackson Lee 13h
: Join me at for the Unity Living Event. . . Health screenings, insight, and more. 2929 Unity Dr., Houston, TX.
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 24
I am on site of the explosion. Visiting the affected neighborhoods, and assessing the needs of my constituents. There is much work to be done — but we are dedicated to providing help wherever and whenever we can.
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 24
. Thanks to the and other volunteers who are helping the community now, along with , and
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 24
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
(3/4) . Thanks to our brave who always place their lives in harms way to save others. This site is in my district, and I plan to visit it today and try to help as many impacted as possible
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 24
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
(2/4) . I have called the Governor’s office and FEMA to request a disaster declaration and to find the cause of this tragic incident
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 24
(1/4) . thoughts and prayers go out to the families who are victims of the horrific explosion in Northwest Houston this morning. I offer my heartfelt condolence to the families whose loved one’s were loss.
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The Black Caucus Jan 24
Replying to @TheBlackCaucus
Historically, the Census has disproportionately undercounted the BLACK population. this undercount is a drastic problem for Black men & kids? Our community deserves to be represented in the . It's time to do what is right✊🏿 coming soon.
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The Black Caucus Jan 23
that Black unemployment rate is at least twice as HIGH as white unemployment rate? It's time to do what is right✊🏿 coming soon👀
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 23
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
, your hair is a part of who you are. It is your crown, adorn it accordingly. This too shall pass. .
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 23
Replying to @JacksonLeeTX18
I have seen this young man’s hair; I find it professional and I see no reason why this young man who wants to attend school and graduate, should be subjected to this treatment! Repeal this policy now!
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 23
Replying to @BHISD
dress code mandate. What a disappointment, — to impede a young person from receiving an education and obtaining his dream due to an apparent lack of understanding of hair traditions, that is unacceptable...
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Sheila Jackson Lee Jan 23
As a senior member of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, I am appalled to hear that , a senior at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, is being prevented from attending classes, walking in his high school graduation ceremony due to a racially-biased...
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