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ENG: Frank D. Lucas (born January 6, 1960) is the U.S. Representative for Oklahoma's 3rd congressional district, serving since 1994. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district, the largest in the state and one of the largest in the country, stretches from the Panhandle to the fringes of the Tulsa suburbs—almost half of the state's land mass. Early life, education and career Lucas is a lifelong resident of Cheyenne, a town in western Oklahoma. His family has lived and farmed in western Oklahoma for over a century. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1982 with a degree in agricultural economics. He first ran for the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 1984, narrowly losing. A second attempt in 1986 also fell short, but he won the seat in 1988. U.S. ...
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Lucas Receives Praise for Farm Bill Leadership


Leaders of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD) today expressed appreciation to Congressman Frank Lucas, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee for his continued leadership in attempting to craft a Farm Bill under difficult circumstances. Joe Parker, President of the OACD said that the conservation districts in Oklahoma especially appreciate the nonpartisan, policy driven approach being taken by Mr. Lucas and his Senate counterpart, Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan in putting together language to continue the work of Conservation in America. “Now that the ...


Congressman Frank Lucas Applauds Passage of H.R. 3630


U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas today joined his House colleagues in passing H.R. 3630, The Middle Class Tax Relief and Jobs Creation Act of 2011. This legislation would promote job creation in America by providing a fully-offset extension of the current payroll tax rates. The bill would also delay implementation of the Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate and create an extension of reformed Unemployment Insurance benefits. Additionally, H.R. 3630 would provide new incentives for job creation by removing burdensome EPA regulations and taking initiative on the Keystone XL energy project. "I am glad ...


Frank Lucas speaks to community bankers at CNB


Put 12 bankers in a room with a U.S. Representative, and you’re bound to hear some open and honest discussion about how decisions made on Capitol Hill trickle down to local economies. At a meeting sponsored by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka, Congressman Frank Lucas from Oklahoma’s 3rd Congressional District met with community bankers on Thursday at Central National Bank to discuss the impact of financial services regulations that were passed under the Dodd-Frank Act. Representative Lucas serves on the House Financial Services Committee as well as Chairman of the Agriculture ...


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A big part of my job as your representative in Congress is to help you communicate with federal agencies. This assistance is often referred to as casework and ranges anywhere from expediting a passport application to getting an important question answered by the IRS in time for tax season. I know that getting a straight answer from the federal government can sometimes be an arduous process which is why I have a team of dedicated caseworkers who are based in my office in Yukon. They have experience dealing with federal agencies like the Social Security Administration (SSA), the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) or the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Needless to say, we receive a number of requests from constituents. Many of them can be resolved with a phone call or an email but sometimes it takes a little more time and effort to break through the red tape and government bureaucracy. Ten years ago the Smith family of Stillwater first contacted my office. They had recently
Lucas Announces Town Hall Meetings in Beaver, Guymon and Boise City
Yukon, Okla. – Congressman Frank Lucas will hold town hall meetings in Beaver, Guymon, and Boise City on Monday, August 22nd and Tuesday, August 23rd. Residents of these locations are invited to attend and share their thoughts on current events in Washington. Lucas will be discussing his work in Congress, taking questions about issues important to constituents of the Third Congressional District and asking for input on legislation currently before Congress.   Monday, August 22, 2016   Beaver Town Hall Meeting 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Beaver County Farm Bureau 812 S. Douglas Beaver, OK 73932   Tuesday, August 23, 2016   Guymon Town Hall Meeting 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. PTCI Meeting Room 607 S. Main Guymon, OK 73942   Boise City Town Hall Meeting 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. PTCI Room 115 West Main Street Boise City, OK 73933
President Obama’s Final 100 Days in Office
Abraham Lincoln once commented, “Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will have to sit on their blisters.” With two of the most unpopular candidates in recent memory, Lincoln’s observation is fitting. If you were to pick solely on personality or likeability, you might not vote for either candidate in this election. In town hall meetings, my constituents have expressed the notion that politics is all about shades of gray because there is never any difference. While that may sometimes hold true, I can say with confidence that this time around, there is indeed a difference. President Obama is entering his final 100 days in office. In his first two years we got Obamacare, a law that raised the costs of healthcare and delivered so much less. We also saw the passage of Dodd-Frank, a regulatory framework that has torn the financial services industry to shreds. And towards the en
Tinker and Oklahoma’s Legacy of Service
“An Osage leader is never at the back of his band of warriors” – Dr. James Crowder, historian at Tinker Air Force Base Clarence Leonard Tinker was the first Native American to attain the rank of Major General. Growing up in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, he revered the heroism of Osage military veterans and idolized the legends of Osage bravery in warfare. As a Major General during the Second World War, Clarence Tinker was not expected to enter direct combat, let alone lead a unit headfirst into front lines. Yet Tinker’s Osage upbringing instilled in him the importance of leading the fight himself. Sadly, Clarence was the first General to die in combat during WWII.  He was shot down June 7, 1942 while flying a mission over the Pacific during the Battle of Midway.  Tinker’s values were rooted in his Oklahoma upbringing.  He spoke the Osage language and always maintained a close relationship with his father throughout his entire life. Today, the Tinker Air Force Base in Mid



 
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