My Priorities

My call to public service came from God’s plan for me and my family. It was God’s calling that led me to run for office and it is his call once again that brings me back. With His blessing I have the strength and vision to continue to serve our community. I learned a lot in my first year serving as your State Representative and I accomplished a lot. We passed pro-life legislation, strengthened the 2nd Amendment, cracked down on sanctuary cities and passed a conservative budget.

However, there is so much more to be done. I am fighting to fix our tax system by having the state pay for school taxes instead of runaway property taxes. I want to create the foundations of a better healthcare system to help Texans when Congress repeals Obamacare. I am going to keep fighting back against the leftist attacks on our religious freedoms and ensure that we are not admonished for our religious beliefs. I want Cypress and Tomball to continue to grow and recover especially after Hurricane Harvey, and I demand that that we have adequate infrastructure to deal with events like Harvey. I look forward to working in Austin to advocate for my district to make sure that the legislature helps rebuild our community.

I want to keep our community a place where family values come first, where neighbors take care of each other and people are proud to be American. I want to fulfill God’s plan for me by serving you faithfully and making a better community for all of us.

Latest News

Capitol Update: February 14th

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Dear Friends, Thank you for tuning in. We’ve just completed the first month of session and are looking forward to the next four. As always, you may contact my office with your views via phone (512-463-0661) or mail (P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768). Here is what we have been up to recently in Austin.…

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Capitol Update: January 31st

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Dear Friends, It’s hard to believe that the first month of 2019 is almost over! The first few weeks have kept me busy gearing up for an exciting session. As always, you may contact my office with your views via phone (512-463-0661) or mail (P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768). Here is what we have…

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Rep. Oliverson Receives Committee Assignments for the 86th Legislature

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On January 23, 2019, I was named Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Insurance, and I was also appointed to the Committees on Natural Resources and Calendars. I am honored to serve on these committees and acknowledge the trust placed in me by Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen. I am dedicated to serving my…

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Had a wonderful meeting with Amber and Brooke today. We discussed flooding post-Harvey, access to healthcare, and prescription drug costs. Brooke is a constituent representing her company in Austin today. It is always great to see someone from our community advocating for their beliefs. ...

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I stand for lower property taxes. I will work tirelessly to create a budget that gives all Texan children the opportunity to achieve a great education without shifting the burden of funding to property taxes on individuals and families. ...

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Happy 78th birthday to the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve! ...

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I stand for lower property taxes. I will work tirelessly to create a budget that gives all Texan children the opportunity to achieve a great education without shifting the burden of funding to property taxes on individuals & families. #txlege

I stand for lower property taxes. I will work tirelessly to create a budget that gives all Texan children the opportunity to achieve a great education without shifting the burden of funding to property taxes on individuals & families. #txlege

“...That study found that the two PBMs charged $224 million more a year for drugs than they were reimbursing pharmacists. That was as much as $187 million above the typical cost of administering such programs in one year, the analysis found...” #txlege

Attorney General Dave Yost seeking $16 million repayment from pharmacy middleman OptumRx

Attorney General Dave Yost announced Tuesday that he is seeking repayment of nearly $16 million paid to pharmacy-benefit manager OptumRx by the Bureau...

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Happy 78th birthday to the @USCGReserve! #CoastGuardReserve

Happy 78th birthday to the @USCGReserve! #CoastGuardReserve
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