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.
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 Trump administration announced Friday that it is waiving several regulations in order to fast-track construction of nearly 70 miles of border barriers and roads in Webb and Zapata counties.
Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) announced $100,000 in federal funding for the Rio Grande International Study Center (RGISC).
Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – (San Antonio, TX) — U.S. Representatives Henry Cuellar (TX-28) and Will Hurd (TX-23) sent a letter to U.S.
TAMIU and Laredo College will see an additional $1.23 million as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act for being minority-serving institutions.