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Rep. Pitts seeking nominations for Aerospace Scholars PDF Print E-mail

State Representative Jim Pitts is pleased to announce the launch of this year's High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS). HAS will enable selected Texas students to explore and become a part of NASA's plan for space exploration, which will send humans back to the moon, then on to Mars and beyond. After the students utilize their math and science skills to complete 10 web-based assignments during the school year, they will travel to Johnson Space center in Houston during the summer and use those same skills to help investigate options for sending humans to Mars alongside their peers and real NASA scientists and engineers.

"This is one of the most outstanding programs our state offers for high school juniors," state Rep. Pitts. "We have had students that participated from various school districts in the Ellis/Hill county region, and each student has felt the program was extremely beneficial."

Law enforcement associations endorse Pitts PDF Print E-mail
Waxahachie Daily Light Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas has endorsed state Rep. Jim Pitts, House District 10, for re-election.

Pitts is seeking his ninth term in the district that is comprised of Ellis and Hill counties.

“I am honored to receive this endorsement,” Pitts said. “CLEAT is an organization that works with law enforcement officers across the state of Texas and this group gives officers a real voice in the courthouse, at city hall and in the Capitol.”

State Officials to tour Hope Clinic PDF Print E-mail
Waxahachie Daily Light, Sunday October 19, 2008

Ellis County Commissioner Heath Sims, Pct. 3, will host state Sen. Kip Averitt, state Rep. Jim Pitts and others in a brief tour of Hope Clinic at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22.

“Health care will be a topic that is discussed a great deal in the upcoming session of the Texas Legislature and, specifically, indigent health care,” Sims said. “Sen. Averitt and Rep. Pitts are already well aware of Hope Clinic and what it means to this community – but the clinic is growing and making changes and I think it’s a great time for them to come and just take a look at what’s going on.”

Texas Hospital Association endorses Rep. Pitts PDF Print E-mail
Waxahachie Daily Light, Sunday, October 19, 2008

State Rep. Jim Pitts, candidate for re-election to Texas House District 10, recently received the endorsement of the Texas Hospital Association.

One of the largest hospital associations in the country, THA represents more than 85 percent of the state’s hospitals and health care systems.

“It is very meaningful to me to receive the support and endorsement of the Texas Hospital Association,” Pitts said. “This organization represents more than 340,000 health care professionals in our state, and I appreciate their confidence in me.”

Pitts honored for support of wind energy PDF Print E-mail
The Wind Coalition, September 18, 2008

The Wind Coalition today announced its first annual “Wind Champions”, recognizing policy-makers in Texas who have had an impact on growing the burgeoning wind energy industry in Texas, which is now the largest in the nation.

“Wind energy is becoming a major player, not just in the renewable market, but in competition with all energy sources,” said Wind Coalition executive director Paul Sadler. “Our growth is a reflection of the vision of key policy-makers who have created a tax system that encourages growth, a reasonable regulatory climate with minimal siting requirements, and a wise renewable portfolio standard that is now a model for much of the nation.”

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