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Council member Philips grew up in Commerce, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington and received a Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in architecture. He graduated from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas with a law degree in 1992. Council member Philips and his wife Dina are the proud parents of Emma and

Find Your State Legislators - Open States Find Your Legislators Look your state legislators up by address or use your current location. Congressman Marc Veasey | Representing the 33rd District WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Marc Veasey joined his colleagues to pass the Moving Forward Act, a bill to invest more than $1.5 trillion in modern, sustainable infrastructure while creating millions of good-paying jobs, combatting the climate crisis and addressing disparities in urban, suburban and rural communities across North Texas and throughout the country. Contact Your U.S. Senators and Representatives | Everyday To find and contact your U.S. Senator: Visit the Senate website (www.senate.gov). Conduct a search using the Find Your Senators pull-down menu in the upper right corner (select your state and click Go). On the results page is a link to the Senators’ website, contact information, and links to an online contact form (forms vary by Senator). To find and contact your U.S.