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    As the son of migrant workers and former member of the Agriculture Committee, Henry knows the importance of Agriculture and Agricultural trade to families in the 28th District and the national economy. He also believes that Congress must continue investing in all forms of domestic energy production with domestic energy resources, such as oil, wind, natural gas, solar and other alternative energy fuels. 

  • The Cuellar Family

    Henry and his wife, Imelda, reside in Laredo, Texas with their two daughters, Christina and Catherine.


    Henry is an expert on border security and homeland security. His ability to bridge the gap between local law enforcement and DHS has resulted in millions in funding for local public safety programs.


    Henry believes we have an obligation to honor and care for every veteran in our nation and their families for their undeniable service. He has worked had to secure new benefits to American veterans and to increase their access to support and healthcare.


    Henry quizzes elementary school kids on American History. 

The Latest from Henry

Time to increase access on international bridges

October 25, 2020

The Trump administration has been trying to convince state and local officials that the worst fears of the COVID-19 pandemic should be behind us and we should start returning to normalcy, especiall

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TAMIU’s 50th anniversary: The third decade

October 25, 2020

As TAMIU celebrates its 50th anniversary, Laredo Morning Times took a detailed look back at the history of the university. This is Part 3 of 12.

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A Water Treaty Has Aided Mexican and U.S. Farmers for Decades. This Year, It’s Wreaking Havoc.

October 25, 2020As Mexico lags on sending what it owes to U.S. reservoirs and farmers on both sides of the border protest, experts say the 1944 agreement is not suited for today’s agricultural landscape.

In late September, the Rio Grande Valley hardly looks short on water. Sugarcane fields are electric green against a mottled gray sky, threatening a downpour. Orange groves are heavy with fruit.

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Four Bexar County ISDs receive more than $30M in federal funds

October 25, 2020

East Central, Randolph Field, Judson and North East independent school districts will receive more than $30.6 million in combined federal funding.

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$37M in federal funds announced for La Joya, Mission and Sharyland school districts

October 25, 2020

Three school districts in the Mission area will receive millions in federal funds that will help them prepare students in meeting state academic standards

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