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ENG: Eric Alan Rick Crawford (born January 22, 1966) is the U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 1st congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Before he was elected to Congress, Crawford was a radio announcer, businessman and U.S. Army veteran. Early life and education Crawford grew up in a military family. His father served in the United States Air Force. He graduated from Alvirne High School in Hudson, New Hampshire. He enlisted in the Army, where he served as a bomb disposal technician for four years, while advancing to the rank of Sergeant. After his service, he attended Arkansas State University and graduated in 1996 with a B.S. in Agriculture Business and Economics. U.S. House of Representatives Crawford ran against Democratic nominee Chad Causey and ...
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Rick Crawford, Ron Hornaday set to race at Mobile ...


... International Speedway this weekend MOBILE, Alabama -- The all-time start leader of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Rick Crawford, will join the all-time wins leader, Ron Hornaday, for the Lee Fields Memorial 150 at Mobile International Speedway on Saturday. "I've been watching these guys race hard and put on a heck of a show all year long, then Hornaday started talking a little smack and now it's on!" said Crawford, the manager/promoter of MIS. Crawford will drive his familiar No. 14 this weekend supplied by local team owner David Jones, who will be driving his own Alabama ...


Rick Crawford hopes to bring a NASCAR Truck Series ...


... race to Mobile Nashville's loss might be Alabama's gain. When Nashville Superspeedway informed NASCAR this week that it would no longer host any NASCAR Nationwide or Truck Series races it blew a big hole in the 2012 NASCAR schedule. Rick Crawford, who took over operations at Mobile International Speedway this year, is hoping to step in to fill one of those slots by bringing the Truck Series to South Alabama. "Absolutely, there's nothing I would like more than to have the trucks at my home track," said Crawford, who drove a Ford in the Truck Series for years. By Doug ...


Crawford pushes for a balanced budget


JONESBORO - A local congressman is hitting the road across the state to make voters aware of a new amendment. On Monday, Congressman Rick Crawford is talking to Arkansans about the "Balanced Budget Amendment". Crawford believes this amendment will help alleviate some of the budgetary problems in our government and prevent the nation from getting in this state again. "It binds the hands of congress and makes sure that congress doesn't put us in this situation again with out of control spending." Read more:KAIT-Jonesboro, AR-News (Aug 23, 2011)


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Crawford Introduces Bill to Help Rural Communities Fight Addiction Epidemic
WASHINGTON – Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-01) announced today the introduction of the Addiction Recovery for Rural Communities (ARRC) Act, a bipartisan bill that will help rural communities bolster their efforts to fight the opioid and addiction epidemic. Congressman Crawford joined Cheri Bustos (IL-17), Roger Marshall (KS-01) and Dwight Evans (PA-02) in introducing the legislation in the House of Representatives. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN), Luther Strange (R-AL) and Pat Roberts (R-KS) also introduced companion legislation in the U.S. Senate. In 2015, more than 50,000 Americans died of drug overdoses, which are now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50. This addiction crisis – particularly for heroin, opioids and prescription drugs – has been even more pronounced in rural America. In fact, drug-related deaths are nearly 50 percent higher in rural areas. But too often, rural communities lack the much-needed health care infrastructure to address this cris
Crawford Statement on DACA
WASHINGTON—Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) issued the following statement following the Trump administration's announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: “The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was created by an unconstitutional executive action, and President Trump correctly decided to rescind the program in favor of a more comprehensive approach to immigration reform. While it isn’t fair that many young people were brought here through no fault of their own, granting illegal immigrants amnesty every few years also isn’t fair to the families who do immigrate legally. Any immigration reform policy Congress takes up must first strengthen border security and then address the illegal immigrants already here, to do otherwise would be treating a symptom instead of the root problem.” 
Crawford's Dicamba Task Force Findings Statement
Washington – Today, Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) released the following statement after the Arkansas Dicamba Task Force provided its recommendations in a report concerning the herbicide dicamba on Monday, September 11th. “I would like to applaud the University of Arkansas research team as a nationally renowned and universally respected team of professionals, and I fully support their efforts as they work to provide the very best information and recommendations to Arkansas farmers day in and day out,” Congressman Crawford said. “At the federal level, I will work with my colleagues to minimize the potential for federal agencies to negatively impact farmers and ranchers with unnecessary and costly regulatory burdens. As demonstrated by the strong work of the University of Arkansas research team, the Arkansas Plant Board, and the Dicamba Task Force, solutions to these issues are best left to the states whenever possible.” Background: Earlier this week, the Dicamb
Crawford's Statement on Passage of Iran, Russia, North Korea Sanctions
Washington, D.C. – Today, Representative Rick Crawford (AR-01) voted in favor of the H.R. 3364, Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which would place new sanctions on Iran, North Korea, and Russia. It specifically places sanctions on them for involvement in serious human rights abuses, supplying weapons to the Assad regime, conducting cyber activity on behalf of the Russian government, corrupt privatization practices, doing business with Russian intelligence and defense sectors.    “When a country poses a threat to our nation, our allies, and regularly attempts to undermine global stability, there must be consequences. Iran, Russia, and North Korea have repeatedly demonstrated their hostility not only towards the United States but even towards their own people. Today, the House of Representatives passed overwhelmingly bipartisan legislation to take stronger actions against the offending governments by imposing additional sanctions,” said Crawfo



 
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