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.
Senator John Boozman questioned Secretary of State John Kerry about advances of ISIS and concerns about the Palestinian Authority's (PA) request to join the International Criminal Court.

Members of the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce met with Senator Boozman and his staff during a visit to Washington, D.C. in February. Chamber officials say this annual visit of its members to the nation's capital is important to progress and regional development.

U.S. Senator John Boozman, an original cosponsor of a Senate-passed resolution supporting National School Choice Week, talked with Fayettville's Haas Hall Academy students about the importance of school choice. During the Skype discussion, Boozman told the students that he is committed to empowering parents with the ability to choose the best education options for their children.

The Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee heard testimony from Veterans Administration officials and individuals and families impacted by veterans suicide. Members are working to improve, expand and increase access to mental healthcare. This is Boozman's opening statement.