TEXAS REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVE KAY GRANGER (R-TX) BECOMES #283* TO CO-SPONSOR PAST ACT – #104 REPUBLICAN – NOW 65%+ OF U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

WASHINGTON, DC  ““  Representative Kay Granger (R-TX),  is now co-sponsoring the  PAST ACT  (Prevent All Soring Tactics Act).

REPRESENTATIVE KAY GRANGER (R-TX)

REPRESENTATIVE KAY GRANGER (R-TX)

Before being elected to Congress in 1996,  Granger was the Mayor of Fort Worth. Texas from 1991 – 1995.

She became  the first Republican woman to represent the State of Texas in the U. S. House.   Granger has held leadership positions including House Deputy Whip, and is currently Vice Chair of the Appropriation Subcommittee on Defense.

Granger becomes the  283rd  Representative of  435  Congressmen to co-sponsor the measure which is    65%+    of the United States House of Representatives.

She is the  104th  House Republican to co-sponsor the Bill.

The  PAST ACT  will remove the pads and chains, eliminate the corrupt HIOs and make horse soring a federal felony.

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* For certain purposes, the total number of Congressman could be argued as #284 due to Congressman Bill Young (R-FL) having co-sponsored the PAST ACT prior to his death, and now his successor Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) has also co-sponsored the PAST ACT.

 

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