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The U.S. House of Representative for Texas's 15th congressional district, serving since 1997.
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CONGRESSMAN RUBÉN HINOJOSA ON THE KEY FACTS ON THE 5TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (LOCAL COUNTIES SEE INCREASE IN INSURED)
Washington D.C.—Today-- Since the Affordable Care Act was passed into law in 2010, millions of working and middle class families have the economic security of knowing that they won’t go broke if they get sick. During this time, hundreds of families in the 15th Congressional district have enrolled in the new health care system. By coordinating numerous ACA enrollment fairs throughout my Congressional District 15, many residents have been assisted in securing their health care benefits under our new law. According to “Enroll America”, before the ACA was made law, Hidalgo County alone had a 37% of its population uninsured for health care. After the implementation of the ACA, that percentage dropped to 24%, and those of the other seven counties in my district dropped considerably as well.     Thanks to the ACA, millions of Americans who already had health insurance now have better coverage because women can no longer be charged higher premiums than men for the same plan, people











CONGRESSIONAL ARTISTIC DISCOVERY COMPETITION ENTRY DEADLINE APRIL 8, 2015
Washington, D.C.- Today-Congressman Rubén Hinojosa (D-TX-15) would like to remind high school students in the 15th Congressional District of Texas that the deadline to submit your work of art for the Artistic Discovery 2015 competition is April 8, 2015. "The 15th Congressional District has been very well represented by the incredible talent of our high school art students throughout the years," said U.S. Rep. Hinojosa. "I look forward to seeing this year's entries and also to awarding the winners of this competition." Artistic Discovery 2015 is a national art competition coordinated by Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Winning entries will be displayed for one year as part of the national exhibition in the Cannon Tunnel of the U. S. House of Representatives leading to the United States Capitol. The winner will receive a trip for two to Washington D.C., courtesy of Southwest Airlines. The winner in the 15th Congressional District will also receive a $3,000 scholarship to t











CONGRESSMEN HINOJOSA AND STIVERS REINTRODUCE THE BIPARTISAN RAYS ACT TO ALLOW CHILDREN A NEW AVENUE FOR SAVING MONEY FOR THEIR FUTURE
Washington, D.C.--Today-- Congressmen Rubén Hinojosa and Steve Stivers (R) Ohio, reintroduced the Roth Account for Youths Savings or RAYS Act (H.R. 1377) that would make a modification to the earned income rules of existing Roth IRAs by allowing children, who generally lack earned income, to use their parents' earned income limits to make contributions to an account in the minors' name. "Saving money for the future is always a good lesson to learn by all Americans including children," said U.S. Rep. Hinojosa. "The RAYS Act would allow families to instill the habit of saving for the long-term in America’s youngest citizens. Creating ways for young children to begin to save for their future is good for the future of our country." Currently, the only tax-preferred savings vehicles to save for non-working children are 529 College Savings Plans and Coverdell Education Savings Accounts. Only 3 percent of U.S. families own assets in either of these accounts, showing that current savings ve











CONGRESSMAN RUBÉN HINOJOSA ANNOUNCES HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES IMPROVE FOR MINORITY STUDENTS
Washington, D.C. –Today- Congressman Rubén Hinojosa announced that the graduation rates for black and Hispanic students increased by nearly 4 percentage points from 2011 to 2013, outpacing the growth for all students in the nation, according to new data www.ed.gov from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics.   What’s more, the gap between white students and black and Hispanic students receiving high school diplomas narrowed over that time, the data show.   “Educators across the country are working hard to help every student to succeed by preparing them for college and onto successful careers,” said U.S. Rep. Hinojosa. “As the ranking member the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Training, I have worked with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, our school superintendents, educators and local leaders in South Texas to support programs that help develop successful outcomes in our schools.”   “The hard work of America














 
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