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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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House Unanimously Passes Rep. Black’s Amendment Prompted by Cookeville Dam Repair Woes
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) introduced and successfully passed an amendment to the House of Representatives’ Water Resources Development Act last night that would require the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to establish and implement cost sharing agreements during dam safety repair projects, and clearly inform all stakeholders of their financial responsibilities up front. The amendment follows a dam repair project on Center Hill Lake which left the city of Cookeville with an unexpected $1.5 million repair bill because the Corps did not communicate clearly and early on how the project would be designated. Congressman Black sent a letter and held multiple conference calls with Army Corps personnel seeking relief for Cookeville to no avail. While the amendment will not recoup the costs already incurred by the city, it aims to prevent such a scenario from being repeated in t
Rep. Black Welcomes Home Fallen Tennessee Soldiers from Mexican American War
  Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) was the sole Member of Congress to attend a Repatriation of Remains solemn movement at Dover Air Force Base welcoming home as many as 13 fallen American soldiers from the Mexican-American war. Anthropologists believe the soldiers are Tennesseans who served in the war’s 1846 Battle of Monterrey. The solemn movement caps off Congressman Black’s quest to bring the soldiers back to American soil for a proper burial, dating back to a series of letters she sent in 2012 to then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging the Obama Administration’s assistance in securing the return of these fallen servicemen. Inexplicably, a response from the Administration that same year informed Congressman Black that the fate of the soldiers’ remains “rests with the Mexican government.” Undeterred, Congressman Black continued her correspondence through 2013, and as recently as earlier this month;
Rep. Black: Obamacare Limits Vanderbilt Patients’ Access to Care
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, responded to reports that Vanderbilt University would be out of network on all insurance plans available through Tennessee’s Obamacare marketplace in 2017. Black released the following statement: “Obamacare continues to hurt the very people it pretends to help and diminish Tennesseans’ healthcare options,” said Congressman Diane Black. “I have been to Vanderbilt University Medical Center many times and I have seen the care their doctors provide. By separating patients from the physicians they know and trust, Obamacare hurts Tennesseans who have regularly turned to Vanderbilt in their time of need and shows that, once again, the law’s core promise of ‘if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor’ returns void. With 73 of our 95 counties only offering one insurer on the Obamacare exchange and the marketplace described as ‘very near colla
Rep. Black Laments BlueCross BlueShield Obamacare Exit in Portions of Tennessee
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, responded today to BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee’s decision to exit the Obamacare marketplaces in Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville next year. Black released the following statement: “Tennesseans continue to bear the brunt of Obamacare’s failures, whether it was the loss of our Obamacare co-op, the closure of CoverTN, or today’s news that our largest insurer will be exiting the marketplace altogether in certain regions of the state. As a nurse, it pains me to know how this will impact real people throughout Tennessee – the latest victims of President Obama’s lie that ‘if you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it,’” said Congressman Diane Black. “We warned of the healthcare law’s pitfalls last year when the President traveled to Nashville as part of his “Obamacare victory lap.” After today’s news, I invite the President to

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