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ENG: John Nichols Boozman (born December 10, 1950) is the junior U.S. Senator for Arkansas (since 2011). A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as the U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 3rd congressional district (2001–2011). Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he was the brother of state Senator Fay Boozman. He attended the University of Arkansas, where he played football for the Arkansas Razorbacks, and graduated from the Southern College of Optometry. He co-founded a private optometry clinic in 1977 and worked as a volunteer optometrist for low-income families. He won a special election in 2002 to the United States House of Representatives, where he served as assistant majority whip and sat on the Republican Policy Committee. He was an advocate for drug policy issues ...
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That’s what the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said recently to the newest junior Senator from Arkansas when it awarded him the “Spirit of Enterprise” award in recognition of his job creating agenda while he served in the House of Representatives and voted in concert with the agenda of foreign and domestic buyers and sellers 94% of the time. Boozman proved himself the friend of the middlemen, including the purveyors of health insurance and a host of financial engineers, by voting against the Affordable Care Act and Dodd-Frank. That the legislation became law anyway suggests that ...


John Boozman Expresses Concerns of Washington Spending


Rep John Boozman (R-AR): It is clear that we are facing unprecedented challenges as a nation and there is uncertainty that we are working to resolve. I have read emails and letters that you send and understand you are worried. Among the themes of those letters is Washington spending. As Ed in Fort Smith wrote, “It appears that many in Congress are content to shell out billions of taxpayer's dollars, thinking that is the solution to our economic woes. Sadly, much of this is happening with no logical game plan and few details. If I did that in the business world, I'd probably get ...


Senator Boozman Says No Thanks to Tea Party Caucus


Arkansas' freshman Republican, John Boozman, comes to the Senate with solid conservative credentials (including a 96 percent rating last year from the American Conservative Union), but he tells ABC News he has no intention of joining the Senate Tea Party caucus. "Well you know I'm very supportive of what the Tea Party is trying to do. They're very concerned with spending, the deficit, the bailouts, you know all of those kinds of things," Boozman said in an interview for the ABC News Subway Series. "But I really think that the strength of the Tea Party is being a grassroots movement." Forming ...


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What I'm Cosponsoring (April 8, 2016)
Here’s rundown of the bills I have signed on to support recently: HOPE for Alzheimer’s Act: I signed on as a cosponsor to S. 857, the Health Outcomes, Planning, and Education (HOPE) for Alzheimer’s Act of 2015, which seeks to provide patients and their families with information about the disease and possible treatment options, including creating a care-management planning session for newly diagnosed patients. The Veterans Choice Improvement Act of 2016: I joined with Senators Richard Burr (R-NC), Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), Steve Daines (R-MT), John Hoeven (R-ND), Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Jerry Moran (R-KS) on a bill to make the Veterans Choice Program a permanent program with advanced funding. This legislation also seeks to address the bureaucratic delays, hassles and confusion that veterans continue to experience while attempting to have their healthcare needs met. Detaining ISIL Fighters in Guantanamo: I co-sponsored S. RES. 396 which calling for fighters involved with
Boozman Opening Statement for FSGG Hearing on SEC & CFTC Budget Request
WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR), Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government, today held a hearing to review the Fiscal Year 2017 funding requests for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The hearing included testimony from SEC Chair Mary Jo White and CFTC Chairman Tim Massad. The following is Chairman Boozman’s opening statement as prepared for delivery: Good morning. The subcommittee will come to order.  I would like to welcome our witnesses, SEC Chair Mary Jo White and CFTC Chairman Tim Massad. Thank you for being here today.   We look forward to hearing from you both about the details of your budget requests and your plans to carry out your agency missions.  As members of this Committee, we have a responsibility to ensure the funds we oversee are spent wisely.   Both of your agencies are seeking significant i
Boozman Mourns Loss of Former Congressman Ray Thornton
WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) released the following statement on the death of former Arkansas Congressman Ray Thornton:  “Congressman Ray Thornton led a distinguished career that benefited Arkansas from public service as an elected official to leading our state’s top universities. His dedication to the people of Arkansas leaves a lasting impact. I join with all Arkansans as we mourn the passing of Congressman Thornton and keep his family and loved ones in our thoughts and prayers.”
Preventing Government Overreach: Clean Line Project "Not a Done Deal"
Arkansans across the state are concerned with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) recent partnership with Clean Line Energy, a private company, to build a large power line through Arkansas and the impact it will have on their land. One Franklin County resident recently told me that his family farm is targeted to be split in half.  I’m also concerned about this blatant government overreach. The decision by DOE erodes states’ rights. Arkansas officials reviewed and rejected this project. This marks the first time Washington bureaucrats overruled a state to build this type of project.  Infrastructure is important. Our country built a reliable electric grid without putting Washington in charge of where power lines will be built. Throughout the history of electric transmission siting, transmission projects have been reviewed and approved at the state level.  While some say Washington needs control so that renewables – like wind energy – can be



 
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