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ENG: Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann (born October 11, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 3rd congressional district. The district is based in Chattanooga and includes a large swath of East Tennessee, including Oak Ridge. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and law career Fleischmann is a lifelong resident of Ooltewah, an unincorporated suburban community east of Chattanooga. He received a B.A. in Political Science at the University of Illinois. He also received both Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude honors. He received his juris doctor at the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville. He then moved to Chattanooga and in 1987 founded his own law firm, Fleischmann and Fleischmann. He is a former President at Chattanooga Bar ...
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Chuck Fleischmann hands out first Economic Excellence Award

Congressman Chuck Fleischmann handed out his first Economic Excellence Award today to Oak Ridge Office Supply."I was honored to give my first Economic Excellence Award to a deserving company like Oak Ridge Office Supply. For almost 15 years, they have grown their business, weathered tough times and brought jobs to Anderson County. With 17 employees now, they are a great example of what hard work and the American free enterprise system can do. I ran a business with my wife for 24 years and know how tough it is. I am glad to be able to spotlight this deserving business and the example they set," ...

Fleischmann Comments On President Obama's Budget

Congressman Chuck Fleischmann commented on President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget and said he would introduce his own legislation later this week to make a common-sense budget reform that will save hundreds of billions of dollars. “The President has once again introduced a budget that will produce a deficit of over $1 trillion – his fourth budget in a row to do so. It is filled with more stimulus spending and tax increases, and is a continuation of his policies that have already failed. This budget also means the President will fail to live up to his pledge to cut the ...

Chuck Fleischmann and Weston Wamp spar over PAC funds

Forty percent of U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann's total re-election contributions of more than $700,000 came from political action committees, a fact one of his primary opponents pounced upon Wednesday. "You have to question who Fleischmann's allegiances are with, based on him taking all this PAC money," said Weston Wamp, 24, the son of former congressman Zach Wamp. But Fleischmann's campaign called a $5,000 gift Weston Wamp received from leftover funds in his father's 2010 gubernatorial campaign a PAC donation itself -- the $4 million the elder Wamp raised included $62,510 from more than a ...

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OP-ED: Men's Health Month
Op-Ed Column By: Mrs. Brenda Fleischmann June is Men's Health Month In June, we celebrate Father’s Day and Men’s Health Month. We can honor the men in our lives not only on Father’s Day but also throughout this entire year by sharing with them critical information on wellness, disease prevention and early detection.             One of the top health issues facing men is cancer. Men have a one in two chance of developing cancer in their lifetimes compared to one in three for women. In the state of Tennessee alone, about 236 per every 100,000 males die annually from cancer. But some of the most common cancers in men, including lung, prostate, colorectal and liver cancers, are often preventable or detectable early, when treatment may be more successful.             Lung: The good news is that the death rate from lung cancer has dropped 43 percent in men since 1990 thanks in part to reduced smoking rates. But lung cancer is still the leading cause of cancer
OP-ED: Skin Cancer Awareness Month
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month Listen up, Dad! Your teen daughter isn’t the only one at risk for skin cancer. An estimated 87,110 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with melanoma this year, with 1,840 cases expected in Tennessee alone. But did you know that more than half of those cases will be men? Males age 50 and older are at increased risk of skin cancer, and by age 65 skin cancer rates in men are double that of women. This Skin Cancer Awareness Month, educate yourself and your loved ones about skin cancer prevention. Even though you may not be sunbathing by the pool or beach, you probably do spend a significant amount of time outdoors—attending sporting events, caring for the yard or home, or perhaps doing your job—and it’s a pretty safe bet that you’re not always using sunscreen. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that only 14 percent of men applied sunscreen when outside for more than an hour. While many women receive some daily skin p
Today’S Shooting At Gop Congressional Baseball Practice
Washington, D.C.— Representative Fleischmann was at the baseball practice when the attack occurred. He was not hit by any gunfire and his thoughts and prayers are with the victims. ###
Washington, D.C.— The morning of June 14, 2017 began in a light hearted manner as members of Congress, accompanied by staff, friends, and family practiced for the annual Congressional Baseball Game. Unfortunately, the practice soon took a turn for the worst. It is irrefutable that all police officers are heroes, but the series of events which occurred that morning reaffirmed this fact once more. United States Capitol Police Officers David Bailey and Crystal Griner as well as Alexandria Police Officers Kevin Jobe, Nicole Battaglia, and Alex Jensen acted with the utmost integrity, risking their lives in the line of duty. Today, Officers Bailey, Griner, Jobe, Battaglia, and Jensen received the Medal of Valor from President Trump. I was fortunate to be invited to the ceremony by the President to honor the actions of these officers.  “It is the least we can do to award the Medal of Valor to these American heroes. In the heat of the moment, their insurmountable bravery serves as a tru

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