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A Proven Texas Conservative

Kelly Hancock, a Fort Worth native, local businessman, and dedicated family man, has served in the Texas Legislature since 2007. Throughout his time in the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate, Kelly has shown strong leadership in advocating for the core conservative values of limited government, lower taxes, and traditional family values.

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Thanks to Tarrant Star Republican Women for a great conversation today! Always a pleasure to join y’all.

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We've banned surprise medical billing at the state level in Texas. Now D.C. needs to do the same. #txlege

"Texas’ new law takes effect in September. It was authored by state Sen. Kelly Hancock, R-North Richland Hills, who has been trying to protect patients from surprise medical bills for 10 years." Read more below.

Who's had a great experience at a driver license office? Not enough of us. It's clear we need an overhaul, and one measure I was able to get into the 2020-2021 state budget is a pilot program for extended hours. Select offices will stay open until 9 PM and report back to the Legislature with information and analysis regarding wait times and the number of customers served for both regular and extended office hours. More info coming soon...!

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Do you remember this incredible moment 50 years ago today? We'd love to hear your recollections. #apollo50

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With the stroke of a pen, SB 1264 is the law of the land in Texas! I worked to move the ball forward on this issue each session for a decade, and now surprise medical billing is BANNED for all Texans with state-regulated insurance plans. We now have the strongest patient protections in the nation on this issue! #txlege

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Texas is leading the way on eliminating surprise medical billing. #txlege

"Texas lawmakers should be commended for a bipartisan effort that resulted in the passage of Senate Bill 1264 by Sen. Kelly Hancock, R-North Richland Hills, and other strong patient protection laws. As enacted, SB 1264 takes the patient out of the middle of disputes between health plans and out-of-network health care providers..." Read more below.

The flags at the Texas Capitol fly at half-staff today in honor of U.S Army Sgt. Maj. James G. “Ryan” Sartor, a Texan and an American hero. #somegaveall

Our thoughts and prayers are with the faculty, staff, students, and families of Grand Prairie ISD during this difficult time. Dr. Hull was passionate about innovation and excellence in education. She will be greatly missed.

Three years ago, Dallas police officers Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael Smith and Patrick Zamarripa, and DART officer Brent Thompson lost their lives in the line of duty in a tragic and senseless attack. It was an honor to come together as a strong community and remember these local heroes at this morning's memorial unveiling. #backtheblue #rememberthefallen5

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Happy 4th! #GodBlessAmerica

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Why do we need a border surge now? In just the past few weeks, more than 45,000 people from 52 different countries have been apprehended in Texas illegally crossing the border. Read more:

And this be our motto: "In God is our trust." And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave, O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!

-Star Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key (Final Verse) #flagday

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