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As the popular saying goes, “Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.” A disturbing trend in science suggests you should add, “and don’t believe everything you read in scientific journals either.”
A fifth generation Texan and native of San Antonio, Congressman Lamar Smith graduated from Yale University and Southern Methodist University School of Law.
The 21st Congressional District includes parts of Bexar, Travis, Comal and Hays Counties and all of Bandera, Blanco, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr and Real Counties.
President Donald Trump has promised to increase defense spending. But rather than increasing spending, we should first spend smarter.
WASHINGTON — Congress has found something cute and cuddly to agree on.
Plagued by bitter division and fierce infighting, Republican and Democratic lawmakers have found rare consensus on legislation to protect dogs, cats, horses, tigers and bunnies from abuse.
The Cassini space probe detected hydrogen coming from Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, which suggests alien life could develop there, according to NASA.
Lamar Smith, the U.S. Representative for Texas’ 21st congressional district, which includes most of the Austin-San Antonio corridor, visited Memorial Early College High School on April 10 for a question and answer session with students.
New legislation that restricts the Environmental Protection Agency from initiating some scientific studies will rein in frivolous research that was backed by the Obama administration, Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, told Newsmax TV.
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 3:14 - With bipartisan support, both houses of Congress have passed the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act of 2017, H.R. 353.
Honor Veterans Now has the single-minded mission of making sure that every veteran has at least one hot, nutritious meal a day. There are a number of safety nets for veterans and seniors who are at least 60 years old. But younger veterans have fewer resources available to them – especially those who live in rural areas.
A sweeping piece of legislation that aims to improve forecasts for everything from Category 5 hurricanes to El Nino has passed both houses of Congress.
Years in the making, it will become the first major weather legislation enacted since the early 1990s if signed by President Trump.