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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 a 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.
The "Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act" can save lives. It can restore dignity to the victims of these heinous crimes. It can help end modern day slavery. Yet, Senate Democrats continue to block consideration of the bill over standard language they have admitted was in the bill all along. I took to the Senate floor to urge my colleagues to drop their manufactured outrage and stand with the victims by passing this bill.

At a recent Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee Hearing, ATF Director B. Todd Jones, said that Little Rock has had “unacceptable levels, at times, of violent crime” and the agency has discussed it as a potential Violence Reduction Network (VRN) site. Boozman also heard testimony from heads of the FBI, DEA and the U.S. Marshals Service.  

Hot Springs city leaders including Mayor Ruth Carney are participating in the National League of Cities (NLC) Congressional City Conference in Washington, D.C.

Hot Springs representatives met with members of the Arkansas Congressional Delegation during their visit including Sen. Boozman.

The group discussed issues important to the community including the future drinking water supply of Hot Springs and the region.

U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) questions Rabbi David Saperstein, the State Department’s Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom, about why the Obama Administration refuses to state that atrocities committed by ISIS as a part of the group's ongoing, systematic religious persecution of Christians and Jews.
Senator Boozman welcomed representatives of Monticello's Twenty for the Future to his Washington office. Bennie Ryburn III, President of the Monticello Economic Development Commission; Zack Tucker, Monticello Mayor; Jay Jones, Interim Chancellor, University of Arkansas at Monticello and Nita McDaniel, Executive Director of Monticello Economic Development Commission met with Boozman and his staff about the priorities and initiatives the community is working on to improve its ability to attract job creators to the region.
Veterans Service Organizations share their priorities with Congress and the needs of their members. Senator Boozman met with Arkansas members of the American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and the Disabled American Veterans as national commanders testified before the Senate and House Veterans' Affairs Committees.
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