Speaker Bonnen “infuriated” with those who refuse to wear masks, says the expression of freedom could “kill” thriving economy
“It’s time to stand up to the mask naysayers who speak loudly but act irresponsibly as they destroy the liberty and freedom we ALL deserve” —Speaker Bonnen
Speaker Bonnen Statement Regarding Statewide Uptick in COVID-19 Cases, Importance of Wearing a Mask
“It’s time to stand up to the mask naysayers who speak loudly but act irresponsibly as they destroy the liberty and freedom we ALL deserve.” —Speaker Dennis Bonnen
Gov. Abbott warns COVID-19 is ‘spreading at an unacceptable rate’ in Texas
During his Monday news conference on the state’s response to the pandemic, Gov. Abbott used COVID-19 hospitalizations, positive test rate and new cases to highlight how Texas is trending in t…
Speaker Dennis Bonnen Recording on KOKE FM
Speaker Bonnen gets candid about mask-wearing with Bob on KOKE FM
Speaker Dennis Bonnen: Reopening economy, voluntarily wearing of masks in public are linked
The Republican who leads the Texas House says some of the same people clamoring to reopen the economy are the ones who refuse to wear masks in public.
They wore the uniform. You can certainly wear a mask.
As we honor our nation’s fallen heroes on this Memorial Day I hope that all of us will embrace their willingness to make a similar sacrifice, even if ours is proportionately tiny.
For some, forgoing masks in public during the coronavirus pandemic has become a political statement
Mask arguments among Texans are occurring everywhere from retail stores to the highest levels of government.
Get Texans Back To Work
I had the chance to discuss our state’s ongoing efforts to get Texans back to work while following medically-approved best practices including hand washing, sanitizing, social distancing and mask-wearing.
No, I’m not the Boss of you (and That’s not the Point)
For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control. 2 Timothy 1:7
Speaker Bonnen Not Impressed After Visits To Big Box Stores
The Speaker of the Texas House says some retailers need to set a better example.