Senator Boozman spoke in support of S. J. Res. 6 which would put a stop to the FCC's Net Neutrality rules from going forward. He spoke on the Senate Floor talking about how the rules will stifle innovation, investment and ultimately job growth.
Nov 09 2011
Nov 09 2011
Senator Boozman discusses the President Obama's jobs proposal with C-SPAN in Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol after the President's speech before a Joint Session of Congress.
Jul 26 2011
U.S. Senator John Boozman (AR) took to the floor of the Senate today to press for the "Cap, Cut & Balance Act" and to challenge the Majority and White House to present a debt ceiling plan of their own.
Jul 25 2011
U.S. Senator John Boozman (AR) tackles questions from Arkansans about the debt ceiling negotiations, Cut, Cap & Balance Act and troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in the first episode of "From the Mailbag"
U.S. Senator John Boozman visits Comcast Newsmakers to talk about the need to rein in the excessive federal spending and pass a spending mechanism--such as a Balanced Budget Amendment--to prevent us from having a fiscal crisis on par with that of Greece, Portugal and Ireland.
Jun 27 2011
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senator John Boozman today delivered a speech on the Senate Floor questioning the Democratic-led Senate majority’s inaction on budget proposals and desire to cut spending.
"It’s been nearly 790 days without the majority in this chamber proposing a budget and it appears the majority isn’t anxious to work on one. The majority-led Budget Committee has failed to meet this year to begin working on a resolution."
Boozman discussed the need for fiscal reform citing economic troubles in countries around the globe and the latest warnings by the Congressional Budget Office.
"Our nation’s debt will exceed the size of the U.S. economy by 2021 and will double the size of our nation’s GDP within 25 years. This is not the way I want to leave this country for my kids, grandkids and the people of Arkansas."
Boozman encouraged spending reductions and urged President Obama to "take tax hikes off the table" and get to work reining in the reckless spending.