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In a Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee hearing considering the nominations of individuals for Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) positions, Senator Boozman asked Thomas Burke who is nominated to be Assistant Administrator of the Office of Research and Development of the EPA about collaboration with the National Center for Toxicological Research. This facility is located in Jefferson, Arkansas near Pine Bluff.

Boozman also asked Burke if he would commit to work with members of Congress for commonsense reforms to strengthen the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). In February, Boozman and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) introduced the EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act to improve confidence in the fairness and transparency of EPA regulations and rulemaking.

Jun 11 2015

Flag Education

My staff presents a program to Arkansas elementary students about the importance of the American and Arkansas flags and what the symbols on these patriotic symbols represent. During the 2014-2015 school year my staff was in more than 50 classrooms around the state. This is a presentation before third, fourth and fifth grade students at Stuttgart's St. John's Lutheran.
During the Senate debate of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), I delivered this floor speech about the importance of passing this national security legislation.
Senator Boozman read this joint opening statement in a Senate Environment and Public Works Subcommittee hearing on “Oversight of Scientific Advisory Panels and Processes at the Environmental Protection Agency.” The subcommittee was considering S. 543, the Science Advisory Board Act of 2015 introduced by Boozman and Senator Joe Manchin.

May 13 2015

Operation Reboot

Senator Boozman visited Operation Reboot, a Rogers-based organization that donates household furnishings to veterans transitioning to housing. 

Senator Boozman is the chairman of the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee. This is his opening statement in the hearing reviwing the Fiscal Year 2016 funding request and budget justification of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

For 56 years members of the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce have come to Washington, DC to talk with members of the Arkansas Congressional Delegation. Boozman met with members during their annual fly-in on Wednesday, April 22.
Sen. Boozman, a member of the State, Foreign Operations Subcommittee, participated in the hearing: Diplomacy, Development & National Security and welcomed Little Rock resident Scott Ford, CEO of Westrock Group, LLC before the committee. Ford testified because he is active in international development from a private sector standpoint and has had much success. As he points out in his testimony "we estimate that the sum total of our coffee activities in Rwanda alone, over the past six years, put upwards of $100 million directly into the pockets of small-holder coffee farmers."

Members of the Golden Triangle Economic Development Council, a regional partnership that supports economic growth and development in South Arkansas, updated Senator John Boozman on the economic improvements and needs of South Arkansas.

Representatives encouraged the senator to support efforts to continue to improve the economy and strengthen and protect the industries and jobs in the region.

Senator Boozman is the chairman of the Financial Services and General Government Committee on Appropriations. Committee members heard testimony to review the budget request of the Federal Judiciary. This is Boozman's opening statement.
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