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ENG: Diane Lynn Black (born January 16, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 6th congressional district. The district includes several suburban and rural areas east of Nashville. She is a member of the Republican Party. She is formerly a member of the Tennessee Senate for the 18th district, which encompasses Robertson County and part of Sumner County. She was floor leader of the State Senate Republican Caucus. Early life, education, and nursing career Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Black graduated from Andover High School 1969 Linthicum, Md Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland with an associate's degree in nursing in 1971. She graduated from Belmont University with a bachelor's degree in nursing in 1991 and worked as a Registered Nurse. Later she has also ...
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Black Disapproves of Obama’s Disregard for Rule of Law...


Congresswoman Diane Black, R-TN, introduced a resolution (H.Res. 509) disapproving of Barack Obama’s appointments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) while the United States Senate was not in recess. The Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee in the United States House of Representatives, Congressman Tom Price, a physician from Georgia, who has co-sponsored Congresswoman Black’s resolution said this about her legislation: “I am proud to stand with many of my colleagues in supporting a resolution of ...


Rep.Black, other congresswomen get undignified Saudi welcome


Rep. Diane Black got an up-close look at gender segregation in Saudi Arabia during a trip to the Middle East earlier this month. The Gallatin Republican traveled there with eight other House members, including three other women, to talk with government officials about how the region assesses the threat of a nuclear Iran. When the lawmakers asked to use the bathroom after a lengthy visit to the Saudi Defense Ministry, they ran into an unexpected challenge: no women’s restroom. “It was kind of like, hmm, OK, I’ve heard about oppression, but really there are just some things ...


Rep. Diane Black Will Prove Congress Isn't In Recess...


Jonathan Bernstein has caught Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.) making what is, in his estimation, the "best self-refuting argument ever." From her press release, announcing her plan to introduce a resolution that will wag a finger at the recent appointments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the National Labor Relations Board: "It's astounding to me that the president is claiming these are recess appointments and within his authority, when Congress was not in fact in recess," said Black. "These appointments are an affront to the Constitution. No matter how you look at this, it doesn't ...


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Congressman Black Slams DOJ Decision to Drop Terms “Convict” and “Felon”
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) responded to the Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Justice Program’s decision to drop the use of the words “convict” and “felon” when referring to criminal offenders. The DOJ called the terms “disparaging” and harmful to past offenders’ reintegration into society. Black released the following statement: “Is the Department of Justice a month behind with their April Fool’s joke, or are they really this tone deaf? The words ‘convict’ and ‘felon’ are not disparaging, in fact they are quite generous compared to some of the phrases we could accurately ascribe to certain criminals in the DOJ’s custody,” said Congressman Diane Black. “While the DOJ is apparently worried about the hurt feelings of those who broke our laws, I am more interested in hearing from the families of these criminals’ victims. I have a strong feeling this language shift is not high on their priority list. Further, I can assure
Rep. Black Makes Heartfelt Remarks on Opioid Crisis, Praises Work of Local Anti-Drug Coalition
To watch Congressman Black’s remarks on the House floor, click HERE or the image above Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, spoke on the House floor today in support of the 18 bills that the House of Representatives has passed or is expected to pass before the end of the week related to combating opioid abuse. A registered nurse by background, Congressman Black previously met with the Smith County Drug Prevention Coalition in April and, earlier this year, spoke at a forum on opioid abuse in Nashville hosted by Axial Healthcare. A transcript of Rep. Black’s remarks on the House floor is provided below. To watch a video, click here. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in strong support of the action that the House is taking this week to combat the crisis of opioid abuse. As a registered nurse, I have seen the grim reality of this addiction from all sides. I have witnessed its grip on families – the wa
Rep. Black Greets Middle Tennessee Veterans on “Honor Flight” Visit to D.C.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) welcomed middle Tennessee World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C. this week as part of a visit with Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee. The 25 veterans hailed from across middle Tennessee and included a survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack, a soldier who served in Normandy on D-Day, and multiple veterans of two wars. Congressman Black released the following statement: “Coming from a family of veterans, it is a special privilege for me to welcome these Volunteer State heroes to our nation’s capital and to the memorials built in their honor. As I shook the hands of these brave patriots, I was reminded of why we call theirs the ‘greatest generation,’” said Congressman Diane Black. “The Honor Flight program is a truly worthwhile cause. By providing veterans with this all-expenses-paid trip to Washington D.C., it gives them the tribute they never asked for, but that they are certainly due. I am grateful to Board
Black Announces Marian Silva of Hendersonville as Winner of the 6th District Congressional Art Competition
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) announced Marian Silva, a senior at Hendersonville Christian Academy, as winner of the 2016 6th District Congressional Art Competition. Silva’s artwork, entitled “Iris” will hang in the U.S. Capitol over the course of the next year. Silva and her family will also have an opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. with winners from Congressional districts across the country to celebrate their achievement. You can download a photo of Silva’s winning artwork here. Black released the following statement: “The annual 6th District Congressional Art Competition is truly a testament to the talents of our middle Tennessee high school students. Each year, I am impressed with the many entries we receive. I am pleased to congratulate Marian on her well-deserved win in this year’s competition and look forward to seeing her beautiful artwork displayed in the halls of the U.S. Capitol, where it will be seen and enjoyed from visitors aro



 
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