Conaway Reintroduces George W. Bush Childhood Home Study ActPress Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Thursday, Congressman Mike Conaway (TX-11) reintroduced H.R. 3008, the George W. Bush Childhood Home Study Act, which seeks to preserve the Midland home of the Bush family as a national landmark.
“George W. Bush’s childhood home is a historic property that tells a tale of two presidents, two governors, and two first ladies,” said Rep. Conaway.
“The home is currently a museum that is open to the public, and my legislation takes the next step towards the home achieving the status of a national historic landmark. It’s important that we preserve this significant piece of history to ensure that future generations will have the same opportunity to get a glimpse into the lives of the members of the Bush family.”
To learn more about the home or plan a visit, see the George W. Bush Childhood home's website.