Rep. Cloud Spends the Day in Corpus Christi

Jan 24, 2023

Washington, D.C. — Yesterday, Congressman Michael Cloud met with Nueces County Judge Connie Scott to discuss ways to build a strong relationship between local and federal leadership in order to best serve Nueces County.

Additionally, Congressman Cloud met with the Nueces County Hospital District (NCHD) and discussed pressing concerns involving FEMA Public Assistance funds. NCHD submitted a funding request to FEMA under their Public Assistance Program, with the hopes of being reimbursed for a social determinants of health assessment study conducted by third-party vendors. These studies and analyses were used to help select vaccination sites. The Congressman seeks to support the hospital district and find a solution to the reimbursement issue.

The Congressman capped off his day with a meet-and-greet at Coffee Waves Flour Bluff. There, Congressman Cloud was able to visit with constituents of Texas’ 27th District to talk about news of the day, legislative items, and local issues.

“I went to Washington to serve as a voice for Texas’ 27th District,” said Congressman Cloud. “Days like today give me the opportunity to meet with people and learn more about how I can advance their ideas and priorities in Washington.”


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