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When a conversation between neighbors becomes law

I met Josh Raef and his wife, Erica, while they were out walking with their three children. A casual neighborhood conversation eventually became a law that helps families across Texas who have had a miscarriage. Thank you, Josh. I'm humbled by your kind words and am proud of the work we did together on HB 635.

Posted by Four Price for Texas on Wednesday, February 21, 2018

WHEN A CONVERSATION BETWEEN NEIGHBORS BECOMES LAW

“Thank you Four Price! We appreciate all the great things you have done.”
– Glenda Boothe

“Proud to have Four Price for Texas as our State Rep.”
-Jason McCoy

“Four is a man of integrity, honesty, and intelligence. They simply do not come any better than Four!”
-Cynthia St Clair

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Four Price

Four Price, a devoted husband and father, cares deeply about the future of our region, state and nation. Four is passionate about serving people and making a lasting positive impact for Texas.  This is what initially drew him to serve in the Texas House of Representatives, and it is what continues to motivate him to this day.

Four humbly asks for the continued support and vote of his fellow citizens of Texas House District 87, which is comprised of Carson, Hutchinson, Moore, Potter and Sherman counties.

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Happy Valentine's Day to my amazing wife Karen and to all of my wonderful family and friends. Thank you for your love and support. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Valentines Day to my amazing wife Karen and to all of my wonderful family and friends. Thank you for your love and support.

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Today, we remember the life and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln— one of our Nation’s greatest leaders. May Lincoln’s great statesmanship in preserving our Constitutional Republic be long remembered and treasured. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we remember the life and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln— one of our Nation’s greatest leaders. May Lincoln’s great statesmanship in preserving our Constitutional Republic be long remembered and treasured.

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Honest Abe.. He argued before the Supreme Court that Government can give public lands to a railroad as an incentive to get a railroad built for the common good. He won! That case in Illinois set the precedent for the transcontinental railroad to be built. He preserved the union with both compromise and armed conflict. A great leader. I enjoyed the Daniel Day Louis movie about Mr. Lincoln.

Honest Abe....I bet that was a nickname created by his party to push a false narrative. Abe was not a good president. He was one of the worst. He declared war on the south when they wanted to succeed, as they were allowed to do according to the Constitution. Abe was the start of a government that oppresses us citizens and ignore the Constitution. Yet, everyone is taught he's the greatest and oh so honest president so they don't take a second to really analyze him.

On this day in 1850, the first railroad in Texas was chartered. I appreciate all the hardworking railroad employees and companies that help deliver products to factories and consumers across Texas and the USA. A special shout-out and thank you to the dedicated railway workers right here in the Panhandle— TXNW Railway, Panhandle Logistics Center, Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe. ... See MoreSee Less

On this day in 1850, the first railroad in Texas was chartered. I appreciate all the hardworking railroad employees and companies that help deliver products to factories and consumers across Texas and the USA. A special shout-out and thank you to the dedicated railway workers right here in the Panhandle— TXNW Railway, Panhandle Logistics Center, Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe.

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