Monthly Archives: July 2009

Legislature cuts taxes, invests in job creation and maintains fiscal responsibility

July 29th, 2009

The 81st Legislative Session saw several conservative victories that I was proud to be a part of. Laws were passed to improve education in Texas, cut taxes for small businesses, promote job creation through further economic development, strengthen private property rights and more. Here is a closer look at what your Legislature accomplished for you.

AT&T hosts company’s first cellphone training session for people with vision loss

July 14th, 2009

orking with the American Foundation for the Blind, AT&T announced today that it is holding its first training sessions nationwide to help people with vision loss make better use of their wireless phones. The public service initiative is an expansion of AT&T’s popular cell phone training program for senior citizens.

Roanoke working to attract more resturants

July 7th, 2009

Already home to such draws as Classic Cafe and Babe’s Chicken Dinner House, the city has for the first time offered cash inducements to attract two more chef-driven restaurants. A seafood restaurant is also in the works and expected to open this month or in early August.