Videos

Senator John Boozman (R-AR) visits with KHOG in Northwest Arkansas to discuss how Congress can reach an agreement on the two different versions of the farm bill that the House and the Senate have passed, as well as his efforts to ensure that residents affected by the Mayflower oil spill do not get their compensation taxed by the federal government.
Senator Boozman honors Army Specialist Robert A. Pierce of Mansfield, Arkansas who was killed in action on June 3, 2013 while serving in Operation Enduring Freedom.

Arkansas's U.S. Senators John Boozman and Mark Pryor honored the lives of Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter and Wildlife Officer Joel Campora, two dedicated public servants, who gave their lives while responding to a 911 call at a home in the Y City area near the Fourche La Fave River during severe weather-caused flooding. 

The Internal Revenue Service admitted that it unfairly targeted conservative 
groups. Biased treatment based on political beliefs will not be tolerated. There are a lot of questions that need to be answered by top officials at the agency and there will be consequences for those who carried out these unjust actions. Senator Boozman delivered this speech on the Senate floor about this scandal and how the agency must be accountable.
The Senate Appropriations Committee held a hearing to examine the impact of sequestration, the across-the-board cuts that go into effect on March 1. Senator Boozman used the opportunity to ask about veterans' benefits, national security and transportation.

EPW Committee Work

The Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund and the Need to Invest in the Nation's Ports

Jan 31 2013

The Environment and Public Works Committee's first hearing of the 113th Congress focused on our nation's ports. This is important as Congress moves to reauthorize the Water Resources Development Act. This is Senator Boozman's opening statement at the hearing.
Senate Majority Leader Reid is proposing a rule change in the upper chamber that erases Senate precedence and the rights of the minority party. Senator Boozman discusses this power grab and his support for continuing current Senate rules.

Senator Boozman joined his colleagues for a joint hearing of the Senate and House Veterans' Affairs Committees to hear the priorities of the American Legion on Wednesday, October 3.

Boozman is committed to working with the American Legion to achieve their goals for economic opportunity for veterans, improving veterans’ healthcare and ending veterans homelessness, addressing looming budget cuts that could impact veterans and military families, and improving care for mental health care and treating TBI for our returning veterans.