Stories with related Professional Interests

The Legislative Process in Texas - 02/02/2018

The Legislature of the State of Texas is the state's lawmaking body. Its primary function is to enact laws to provide for the health, welfare, education, environment, and economic and general well-being of the citizens of Texas. It also establishes public policy through the passage of bills and resolutions and proposes amendments to the state constitution, which are then submitted to the voters for approval or disapproval.

Vote for the Party of Medicine - 05/12/2016

Please, vote early ― but not often ― and encourage your family, friends, colleagues, partners, staff, and patients to do the same. And don't forget, you can vote at any early voting site in your county, not just at your home precinct.

TEXPAC Gears Up for 2014 - 05/12/2016

The Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee (TEXPAC) Board of Directors held its initial meeting at TexMed 2013 in San Antonio in May to prepare for the 2014 elections. Chair Jerry Hunsaker, MD, of Corpus Christi, was joined by Candidate Evaluation Chair Arlo Weltge, MD, of Houston, and Membership Chair Bradford Holland, MD, of Waco, to help lead TMA through the challenges the upcoming election cycle will surely offer.