• Reasonable.
  • Responsible.
  • Results.
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  • Reasonable.
  • Responsible.
  • Results.
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Responsible LEADERSHIP WITH RESULTS

State Representative Sarah Davis is a key leader in the Texas House. As the state’s lead budget writer for healthcare and a legislative champion of stronger ethics laws, Sarah is one of the most influential and effective advocates at the Texas Capitol for improving healthcare and public accountability. Learn more about the issues she fights for here.

"Davis stands as a model of what voters should expect from their representatives-she brings her constituents’ concerns to Austin, rather than the other way around"

- Houston Chronicle (Oct. 5, 2018)

Update on Houston Water Issue: If you live in the city of Houston, use the following link to monitor the water main break and other related issues: https://www.houstonwaterbills.houstontx.gov/ProdDP/Default/Default West University Place has issued a statement: https://www.westutx.gov/civicalerts.aspx?AID=894 Southside Place has issued a statement: http://southside-place.org/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=68 Bellaire has issued a statement: https://www.bellairetx.gov/list.aspx?MID=4176 Please keep up to date and safe!

From Texas Health and Human Services: Members Sought for the Drug Utilization Review Board If you’re interested in the statewide Drug Utilization Review Program for Medicaid, you may want to apply to be a member of the Drug Utilization Review Board. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission executive commissioner will appoint members to the board to serve a term expiring Aug. 31, 2024, unless otherwise noted. Applications are due by 11:59 p.m., March 20. HHSC will consider applicants' qualifications, background and interest in serving on the board and will try to choose board members who represent the diversity of all Texans. For this reason, HHSC considers applicants' ethnicity, gender and geographic location. • Please review the linked application letter to find out who the board is seeking as representatives and if you qualify. https://hhs.texas.gov/sites/default/files/documents/about-hhs/news-articles/adv-comm/feb-2020-durb-member-solicitation-letter.pdf • After reviewing the application letter, and verifying you meet the qualifications for at least one category, click on the application linked here to apply to be on the board. https://texashhs.secure.force.com/advisory/ Submit the application by: Email: HHS_Appointments@hhsc.state.tx.us Attn: DURB Mail: Texas Health and Human Services Commission 4900 N. Lamar Blvd. Mail Code 0223 Austin, TX 78751 Attn: Susanna Sparkman Fax: 512-206-3984 Attn: DURB A Drug Utilization Review Board member must regularly participate in board meetings and other meetings as needed. Board meetings are held about once every three to four months in Austin or at the call of the presiding officer. To the extent permitted by the current state budget, a member of the Drug Utilization Review Board may be repaid for their travel expenses to and from meetings if money is available and in accordance with the HHSC Travel Policy.

From the City of Houston: Mayor Turner announces 2020 Capital Improvement Plan Meeting Schedule Houstonians invited to provide input and learn about city resources Houston — Mayor Sylvester Turner invites the community to participate in the annual Capital Improvement Plan meeting in each city council district to offer comments and suggestions about needed services and infrastructure improvements in neighborhoods. Information and experts will be available to answer questions before and after the community meetings. 2020 CIP Meeting Schedule: Wednesday, March 11 District C – Abbie Kamin Metropolitan Multi-Service Center 1475 W. Gray Street 77019 Thursday, March 12 District G – Greg Travis St. Martin’s Episcopal Church 717 Sage Road 77056 Thursday, March 26 District K – Martha Castex-Tatum Fountain Life Center 14065 South Main 77035 *All CIP meetings are held at 6:30 p.m., except District G which will be held at 7:00 p.m. The city will provide reasonable accommodations to citizens with disabilities and special needs by request in advance of the meeting date. To request accommodations, call the Department of Neighborhoods at 832.393.0955.

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