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Lucas Announces Town Hall Meetings in Woodward, Buffalo, Beaver, Guymon, and Boise City
Yukon, Okla. – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) will hold five town hall meetings next week in Woodward, Buffalo, Beaver, Guymon, and Boise City on Monday, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17. Residents of these locations are invited to attend and share their thoughts on current events in Washington. Lucas will be discussing his recent work in Congress, taking questions about issues important to constituents of the Third Congressional District, and seeking input on legislation currently before Congress.   Monday, October 16, 2017   Woodward Town Hall Meeting 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Woodward Conference Center, Meeting Room 2 3401 Centennial Lane Woodward, OK 73801   Buffalo Town Hall Meeting 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. NW Electric Cooperative, Medallion Room 102 W. Turner Street Buffalo, OK 73834   Beaver Town Hall Meeting 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. First Security Bank, Cimarron Room 15 South Douglas Beave











The Centennial of America’s Entrance into WWI
Veterans Day is an important moment for us to reflect on and cherish our family, friends, and neighbors who answered the call to serve our country. This year is unique in that it marks the 100th anniversary of the first unit of American combat troops to arrive in France during World War I. Not only did WWI drastically alter the face of global politics, but, for many young Americans, the war was their first exposure to the world outside their small communities. Shortly after our country’s declaration of war in April of 1917, young men from towns like Woodward, Okla., shipped off to France with the first American Expeditionary Force. This centennial brings back my memory of a family reunion 40 years ago. My grandfather walked up to me and some of my younger relatives. “Go talk to Cousin Vern,” he told us. “He was in the war.” The war he was referring to was, of course, World War I, and Vern Kendall was one of the first American troops in the trenches in France. Vern told us tha











Lucas Announces Town Hall Meetings in Pawnee, Pawhuska, Ponca City, Medford, and Enid
Yukon, Okla. – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) will hold five town hall meetings next week in Pawnee, Pawhuska, Ponca City, Medford, and Enid on Tuesday, August 29 and Wednesday, August 30. Residents of these locations are invited to attend and share their thoughts on current events in Washington. Lucas will be discussing his recent work in Congress, taking questions about issues important to constituents of the Third Congressional District, and seeking input on legislation currently before Congress.   Tuesday, August 29, 2017   Pawnee County Town Hall Meeting 1:30PM – 2:30PM Pawnee City Hall 510 Illinois St. Pawnee, OK 74058   Osage County Town Hall Meeting 3:30PM – 4:30PM Pawhuska Community Center 520 Lynn Ave. Pawhuska, OK 74056   Wednesday, August 30, 2017   Kay County Town Hall Meeting 9:00AM – 10:00AM Standing Bear Museum 601 Standing Bear Pkwy. Ponca City, OK 74601  











Lucas, Heck, Hatch, Hirono Introduce State Regulatory Representation Clarification Act
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Frank Lucas (R-OK) and Congressman Denny Heck (D-WA) joined US Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) to introduce the State Regulatory Representation Clarification Act (H.R.3915/ S.1910). The legislation clarifies the requirement for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Board of Directors to include at least one individual who has served as a state bank supervisor. “The folks in charge of overseeing our local credit markets and banks should be responsive to the specific needs and challenges of our local communities,” Representative Lucas said. “I’m proud to support this bill because it enhances state regulatory input by ensuring the FDIC Board reflects the perspective and experience of state bank supervisors.” “In my first four years on the Financial Services Committee, nobody taught me more about the work of the committee than our Director of Washington’s Department of Financial Institutions














 
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