Grand Opening of the Richard A. Anderson Texas State Veterans Home in Houston
On Friday, February 7, Texas Land Commissioner and Chairman of the Veterans Land Board George P. Bush celebrated the opening of the 9th Texas Veterans home with members of the Houston community. Click here to read more.
A Houston Veteran turning 100 years old has only one thing on his wish list – birthday cards!
Joseph Broussard, a resident at the Richard A. Anderson Texas State Veterans Home in Houston only wants one thing for his 100th birthday: birthday cards. Click here to read more.
Google hosts business tech skills workshop at Austin Central Library
“Entrepreneurship is well alive here in Austin, and Google has been a great partner for small businesses throughout the State of Texas but particularly here in Austin,” Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush said. Workshop attendees could also sign up for one-on-one training with Google volunteers. Click here to read more.
Texoma WWII Veteran gets more than 1,000 birthday cards for 100th birthday
The Chairman of the Veterans Land Board, George P. Bush, asked for the community to help send in 100 birthday cards to honor Lyndoll on his birthday. With the help of the VLB community and Lyndoll’s family, more than 1,100 cards were sent in from across the country. Click here to read more.
Killeen: More than 100 gather for unaccompanied veteran’s funeral
More than 100 people gathered Tuesday for the funeral for an unaccompanied veteran at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen. Click here to read more.
The Atlantic: White-Nationalist Terrorism Must Be Stopped
As a statewide elected official in Texas and as a naval intelligence officer who served during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, I believe we must continue to defeat and destroy terrorism whenever we can, wherever we find it. And that means all terrorism. Many on the left are wrong in downplaying the threat of Islamic […]
Port Arthur News: Bush, GLO OK funds for multi – family rental housing
GPB announced that $45,980,638 in disaster recovery funds has been awarded by the GLO to rehabilitate, reconstruct and construct affordable multi-family rental housing damaged by Hurricane Harvey including Port Arthur and Beaumont. Click here to read more.
East Texas Press: CMR. BUSH ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF NEW TEXAS VETERANS LAND BOARD WEBSITE
AUSTIN – Today, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the launch of the new Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) website. The redesigned website allows the VLB to efficiently and effectively serve Texas Veterans and their families by placing information only a click away. The redesigned website offers quick access to essential information for Veterans who wish to access benefits […]
Politico Magazine: What we learned in Texas after Hurricane Harvey
I was in Houston mucking out homes with a group of military veteran volunteers, when I got a call from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. The governor said he was tapping me and my agency, the Texas General Land Office, to partner with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on the short-term disaster housing mission. Traditionally, FEMA had […]