Accomplishments of the 83rd Legislature

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Accomplishments of the 83rd Legislature Accomplishments of the 83rd Legislature

Re-election Announcement

“Initially elected to office in 2006, Rep. Parker has earned the reputation of being an effective advocate for Denton County, the north Texas region and being a state lawmaker who is accessible to his constituents."

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Principled Policies

See where Representative Parker stands on the critical issues facing Texas

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Tan Introduces Rick Santorum

"Tonight it is my great privilege to introduce a man who has shown the world the power of conservative ideas..."

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Remembering 9/11

September 11th, 2014

That day our confidence in our safety and security was rocked to its foundation. But more importantly, our firm belief that things of this magnitude don’t happen to such a wonderful nation was shaken to its core. In the days that followed, America responded the only way that it could, with resolve for bravely demonstrating that those who would challenge our will cannot terrorize us into changing who we are and what we value.

REP. TAN PARKER SUPPORTS GOVERNOR PERRY’S DECISION TO ACTIVATE THE NATIONAL GUARD

July 23rd, 2014

Parker stated, “Earlier this month when I toured the region I saw firsthand how stretched thin our resources along the border are and I even witnessed multiple individuals being apprehended trying to illegally enter Texas, some carrying illegal contraband. Our hardworking troopers are doing the best job they possibly can but the facts are simple, they are outnumbered and in need of more assistance. Like our Governor, I support fully equipping them with the resources they need to achieve the mission they’ve been given.”

Local Lawmakers Observe Border Issue

July 22nd, 2014

“We have known intelligence that Al Qaeda, ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq and Syria] and other groups that seek to do Americans great harm are south of our border today,” Parker said. “My fear is that, God forbid, significant terrorist activity would occur in this country, and when we trace back where they came from, they would have come through the Rio Grande, across our porous southern border. We know that the individuals coming across are not just from Mexico. We are seeing folks coming from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and other countries where terrorism is alive and well.”