FORT HOOD — Several Texas legislators and their staffs braved the brisk wind and cool temperatures at Fort Hood on Friday for Texas Legislative Day.

Texas Legislative Day at Fort Hood is a daylong event that brought together Texas government officials to gain hands-on experience with a variety of military equipment as well as participating in various training simulators at Fort Hood while having numerous opportunities to interact with soldiers.

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Noe Rodriguez

I dissagree with Morales Democrat from Houston. As a Hispanic, or Latino, changing the name of Fort Hood does not make me any prouder, or happier. Congress is just trying to push their woke agenda and culture cancel. Fort Hood belongs to the State of Texas and Texans alone should had made that decision. How long had this post been with the name of Fort Hood, and it never created any problem? Now the Biden administration takes over and this happens. What a loser.

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