The defense budget proposes to slash even more benefits our military families need. Sen. Boozman delivered this speech on the Senate floor saying "cuts on our military families are unacceptable and I will fight to preserve the benefits our military families were promised."
Sen. Boozman served as the Ranking Member during this hearing and talked about his support of veterans and the need for improvements at the VA. He heard testimony from leading Veterans Service Organizations about the programs they would like to see improved.
Sen. Boozman joined efforts condemning the Russian military siege of Crimea in a bipartisan Senate resolution that calls for a withdrawing of troops, and a negotiating settlement to any concerns regarding the Crimea. He talks about the issue in this video.
Senator Boozman spoke on the Senate floor in support of the nomination of Timothy Brooks to be US District Judge for the Western District of Arkansas.
House and Senate Veterans' Affairs Committees held a joint hearing to receive the Legislative Presentation of Veterans of Foreign Wars. Senator John Boozman, a member of the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee asked William Thien, VFW Commander-in-Chief, about veterans' issues including funding and mental health concerns.
Senator Boozman urges improving efficiency and accountability to Department of Veterans' Affair services before making massive changes that increase the challenges facing VA.
Senator John Boozman voted to restore misguided military retirement cuts that were included in the Bipartisan Budget Act. He spoke in support of the legislation on the Senate floor.
The Senate passed the Farm Bill and it's now headed to President Obama's desk to be signed into law. Watch John Boozman's comments at a press conference with members of the Senate Agriculture Committee right after the vote.
On the morning after President Obama's State of the Union address, U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) joined Republican colleagues on the Senate floor to share stories of how Obamacare is negatively affecting the lives of their constituents.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held an oversight hearing on the President's climate regulation plan and heard testimony from the EPA administrator. This is Boozman's opening statement.
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