Boozman Marks Women's History Month

Recognizes Arkansan Hattie Caraway

Mar 27 2019

Sen. Boozman joined his colleagues to discuss Women's History Month 2019 on the Senate floor and highlighted Arkansas's own Hattie Caraway in addition to other women and women's issues.
Senator John Boozman, member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, delivers a speech on the Senate floor outlining how the proposed Green New Deal would inflict massive costs, eliminate jobs and negatively upend lives. Boozman describes the far-left wish list as unaffordable, unworkable and unrealistic and discusses his support for an all-the-above approach when it comes to energy security.
Sen. Boozman spoke of his support for legislation to defend the right to life for newborn babies who survive an attempted abortion procedure. Boozman is a cosponsor of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act and voted in favor of the bill.
U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee and a farm bill conferee applauded passage of the bill that will provide famers and ranchers with certainty and predictability.