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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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Rep. Black Slams Report Showing IRS Bureaucrats Skipped Out on Taxes
Washington, DC– Today Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a Member of the House Ways and Means Committee, released the below statement in response to an Inspector General’s report showing that nearly 1,600 IRS employees willfully evaded taxes over a ten year window. The report found that, of employees who knowingly violated tax law, over 60 percent retained their employment with the IRS.  “While this report should not come as a surprise, given the misdeeds we have already witnessed at the IRS, it is nonetheless outrageous and unacceptable that the very agency tasked with enforcing our tax laws would knowingly retain employees who fail to pay their own tax bill,” said Congressman Diane Black. “Clearly this is another case of the Washington political class saying ‘do as I say, not as I do.’ My Republican colleagues and I on the Ways and Means Committee will not relent in our efforts to hold the IRS accountable. Perhaps now that we have concrete proof from the agency’s own
Rep. Black Speaks In Support of House-Senate Balanced Budget Agreement
Watch Congressman Black’s remarks HERE or by clicking the image above Washington, DC– Today Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), one of the five House Republican negotiators named to the bicameral budget conference committee, spoke on the House floor to urge support of the House-Senate balanced budget agreement. To watch a video of Congressman Black’s remarks click here. A complete transcript is provided below: Mister Speaker, what a difference a year makes. Since I came to Congress in 2011, my House Republican colleagues and I worked every year to pass a responsible, timely budget that confronts our runaway spending in Washington. But meanwhile, Senate Democrats refused to pass a budget during four of the last five years. That ends now. This year, our new American Congress worked to pass a balanced budget in both the House and Senate and to then unify our budgets through regular order. I had the distinct privilege of serving on the budget conference committee and I am pleased with
Rep. Black Hails Passage of Resolution to Block D.C. Anti-Religious Freedom Law
Watch Congressman Black’s remarks in support of H.J. Res. 43 HERE or by clicking the image above  Washington, DC– Today Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) released the below statement after the bipartisan passage of H.J. Res. 43, a resolution she authored to overturn the District of Columbia’s misnamed Reproductive Health Nondiscrimination Act (RHNDA). If not stopped by Congress, this unconstitutional measure could force pro-life organizations in D.C. to hire personnel that disagree with their mission and potentially pay for abortion in their healthcare plans. “At its core, the Reproductive Health Nondiscrimination Act is perhaps the most discriminatory ‘nondiscrimination’ law we have seen to date. I am proud that the House took a stand for religious freedom and acted to protect the First Amendment rights of pro-life Washingtonians by passing my resolution to overturn RHNDA,” said Congressman Diane Black. “While this particular law only applies to the District of Columb
Rep. Black Announces Kayla Worley of Crossville as Winner of 6th District Congressional Art Competition
Kayla Worley's winning artwork - an acryllic painting entitled "Homestead"  Washington, DC– Today Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) released the below statement announcing Kayla Worley, a junior at Stone Memorial High School in Crossville, as the winner of the 2015 6th District Congressional Art Competition. “I am pleased to congratulate Kayla for winning this year’s 6th District Congressional Art Competition. Her entry highlights the beauty of the Upper Cumberland and will represent Tennessee’s 6th District in the halls of the U.S. Capitol over the next year, where it will be seen and enjoyed by visitors from around the world. I am proud of Kayla and all of this year’s talented participants for sharing their God-given talents with their community,” said Congressman Diane Black. Congressman Black’s office also extends congratulations to this year’s runners up, who’s artwork will be featured in each of Congressman Black’s district offices over the next year: 1st run



 
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