Senator Creighton, Representative Toth to answer tough questions about 86th Legislative Session on “It’s Hammer Time” today at high noon

Montgomery County, May 13 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV, will host State Senator Brandon Creighton and State Representative Steve Toth, both Republicans of Conroe, Jim Jenkins,  at 12 noon today. The theme of the show will be “The Tough Questions about the 86th Texas Legislature.” The 86th […]

Senator Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe): Policy Rocket of the Texas Senate

Austin and Conroe, May 29 – What’s the opposite of “furniture”? “Anti-furniture”? “Perpetual motion machine”? “Fusion reactor”? Texas Senator Brandon Creighton is the “Policy Rocket” of the Texas Senate. His productivity during the 86th Texas Legislature has been off the charts and in the stratosphere. All Texans should feel gratitude for Senator Creighton’s remarkable work […]

BREAKING NEWS: Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen recognizes sweeping ethics accomplishments of Representative Toth, Senator Creighton in House Bill 1495

BREAKING NEWS! Austin, May 27 – Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, Dennis Bonnen, Republican of Angleton, recognized the sweeping nature of the House Bill 1495 and the great leadership State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe, and State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, showed in fighting for passage of this important legislation, […]

Toth, Creighton, others deliver giant ethics victory to Montgomery County, GOP statewide with passage of House Bill 1495 (JD Lambright Local Government Ethics Reform Act)

Toth, Creighton, others deliver giant ethics victory to Montgomery County, GOP statewide with passage of House Bill 1495 (JD Lambright Local Government Ethics Reform Act)

Image: Left to right: State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe and the Author of the JD Lambright Local Government Ethics Reform Act, and State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe and Senate Sponsor of the legislation, celebrate passage of the bill on Sunday, May 26, 2019, at the stairwell outside of the House of […]

Jones State Forest protection legislation passes Texas House

Austin, May 23 – Under the guidance of State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe, and the authorship of State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, the Texas House of Representatives passed the W.F. Goodrich Jones State Forest Protection Act yesterday in a 118 to 26 vote. Senator Creighton and Representative Toth had filed the […]

Senator Creighton, Texas Senate push through Krystal Jean Baker Act to allow DNA samples of individuals arrested for violent felones

Austin, May 23 – Today, Senator Brandon Creighton, as Chief Sponsor, and the Texas Senate passed House Bill 1399, the Krystal Jean Baker Act.  This bill is a top priority for Texas law enforcement to solve cold cases and bring justice for victims of violent crimes.  The bill allows for law enforcement to collect DNA samples […]

Senator Creighton’s Monument Protection Act passes Texas Senate on party-line vote after several hours of vociferous debate

Austin, May 8 – Yesterday, May 7, 2019, Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, advanced Senate Bill 1663, the Texas Monument Protection Act, creating a framework and adding protections for the altering, moving or renaming of historic monuments across the state. The vote was 19 to 12 in favor, that is 19 Republicans and 12 […]

San Jacinto River Authority wastes more public dollars, loses appeal

Houston, May 2 – The Houston Court of Appeals for the Fourteenth Appellate District handed the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) another loss in SJRA’s seemingly endless squandering of attorney fees to avoid blame for its actions in failing “to provide flood control” resulting in the horrible flooding during the Harvey storm. The Court of […]