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Texas is in Andrew Murr's blood

Andrew Murr - an 8th generation Texan, descendant of a pioneering family of one of our brave defenders of the Alamo, and grandson of former Governor Coke R. Stevenson – Representative Murr comes from a long line of Texans committed to making our state a better place to live for future generations. Read more about State Representative Andrew Murr...

Today, I had the pleasure of attending the Republican Women of Kerr County's October meeting. I visited (and took a photo) with Justice Don Willett, a member of the Texas Supreme Court and the keynote speaker today. Justice Willett has supervised numerous cutting edge civil and criminal justice initiatives during his 11 years on the Texas Supreme Court. He gave an enlightening presentation highlighting the vital role that our judiciary plays within our three branches of government.

Following the mental health workshop yesterday in Kerrville, I visited with several county judges attending the meeting and we discussed local budget issues and the limited resources sometimes available for mental health needs. I’m photographed here with Mason County Judge Jerry Bearden, Kimble County Judge Delbert Roberts, Edwards County Judge Souli Shanklin, Schleicher County Judge Charles Bradley and Real County Judge Garry Merritt.

Yesterday, in Kerrville I hosted another workshop and policy discussion mental health, addressing a broad range of topics ranging from criminal justice and law enforcement to schools and youth to state hospitals and treatment options. We also discussed the work done to date by the House Select Committee on Mental Health (on which I serve as a member). The meeting was well attended by regional district and county judges, county commissioners, law enforcement, prosecutors, school superintendents, adult probation, private and public hospitals, substance abuse and mental health treatment providers, Hill Country MHDD, and others. I cannot thank everyone enough for traveling across the state to attend. A special thanks to the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute (Texas State of Mind) for attending and providing expert input and to the Peterson Regional Ambulatory Care Center for allowing us to use your space and providing lunch.

- A Message from Andrew Murr -

Like all freshman legislators, my first legislative session in the Texas House was very challenging, but in the final analysis it resulted in one victory after another for hard-working Texas families. We passed a fiscally conservative, balanced budget while still adding funding for education, border security, transportation and child protection. We protected the rainy day fund, cut taxes, and had one of the most conservative legislative sessions in memory.

I could have never achieved so much during my first term in the legislature without the wisdom and counsel of my constituents. I look forward to continuing our work together to benefit our district, rural Texas, and the entire state.

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Capitol Office

  • P.O. Box 2910
  • Extension Room E1.412
  • Austin, Texas 78768
  • Telephone: (512) 463-0536
  • Facsimile: (512) 463-1449
  • andrew.murr@house.state.tx.us

Kerrville Office

  • 715 Water Street
  • Kerrville, Texas 78028
  • Telephone: (830) 257-0432

Llano Office

  • 104 West Sandstone
  • Llano, Texas 78643
  • Telephone: (512) 463-0536

Campaign Office

  • P.O. Box 125
  • Junction, Texas 76849
  • Murr4Texas@gmail.com


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