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The U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stephen Allen "Steve" Womack (born February 18, 1957) is the U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 3rd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He is the former mayor of Rogers, Arkansas. Early life, education, and career Womack was born in Russellville. He spent most of his childhood in Moberly, Missouri; but moved back to Russellville at the age of 16 and graduated from Russellville High School in 1973. He graduated from Arkansas Tech University in 1979. Shortly afterward, he enlisted in the Arkansas Army National Guard. He served for 30 years, retiring in 2009 as a colonel. Womack's father founded KURM-AM-FM in 1979, and Womack served as station manager from 1979 to 1990. He then served as executive officer of the Army ROTC program at the University of ...
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Womack Hits Entitlements At Town Hall


U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, said Congress cannot possibly balance the budget without cutting nondiscretionary spending. Nondiscretionary spending is primarily consumed by Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security and accounts for roughly two-thirds of annual spending by the federal government. “When Paul Ryan (a U.S. representative from Wisconsin) said in his 2012 budget presentation that you’ve got to get into the entitlement spending if you’re going to appreciably change the fiscal trajectory of this country, he was right,” Womack said. “Don’t ...


Political Talk: Womack Adds Staffer To Rogers Office


U.S Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, has added Bootsie Ackerman to his staff, naming her as the new district director stationed at his Rogers office. Ackerman is a member of the Washington County Republican Women and a former candidate for the Arkansas General Assembly. She was named one of the Top 100 Women in the state by Arkansas Business in 1999, according to a news release from Womack’s office. Read more: TIMES RECORD ONLINE EDITION (August 16, 2011)


No “recess” for Congressman Steve Womack


Congressman Steve Womack, perhaps sensitive to the jokes (and very angry comments) that so many have been making across the country about the recess that Congress has embarked upon, is making sure that constituents know that he is hard at work during this period. In his latest email message to voters, The Scowling One writes that to “ . . . describe the past two weeks as ‘busy’ is an understatement. My schedule has been packed whether it’s meetings in Northwest Arkansas, town halls in Fort Smith and Russellville or meet and greets with constituents in Harrison.” ...


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Policy Update: The Carl D. Perkins Reauthorization
In 1984, Congress authorized the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act, which seeks to provide secondary and postsecondary students with the education and skills they need to succeed in the workplace. Since 1984, the Perkins Act has been reauthorized twice, the last time being in 2006, making the most recent update a decade old.  This act authorized a range of career and technical education (CTE) programs, stretching from health care to information technology to mechanical construction. The best programs allow students to work toward certifications and apprenticeships while still in secondary school.  As I travel throughout the Third District meeting with job creators, a constant refrain is that there are not enough people with the right skills to fill the jobs they have available. Each time I hear this, I am more and more convinced that we have duped a generation into believing the only key to success is pursuing a four-year degree. Oft
Womack Statement on Passage of Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
Congressman Steve Womack (AR-3) today released the following statement after House-passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (S. 2040):  “Today, the House unanimously passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which permits legal action against a foreign state that aids or abets an act of terror that occurs on U.S. soil.  Anyone who knowingly sponsors terrorism should not be able to hide behind legal loopholes.  The families who lost loved ones during the horrific September 11 attacks deserve justice, and I believe this is an important step in that process.  My thoughts and prayers are with these families as they commemorate the 15th anniversary of this terrible tragedy.”   Congressman Steve Womack has represented Arkansas’s Third Congressional District since 2011 and serves on the House Appropriations Defense, Financial Services and General Government, and Labor-Health and Human Services subcommittees and the House Comm
Policy Update: Fighting Zika
Zika was first discovered in 1947 in Uganda, but it has recently spread through South and Central America. The virus itself is passed primarily through mosquito bites, although other forms of transmission have been seen. Symptoms of the virus are mild illness, including fever, rash, joint pain, and red eye. It has been linked to serious birth defects, most noticeably microcephaly in babies of mothers who were infected with the virus while pregnant, and unfortunately, there is currently no cure. Much is still unknown about the disease, but we do know that so far, eight Arkansans have been infected while traveling. Fortunately, there have been no local infections, however as we move through the summer months, Zika is becoming an increasing threat. I have met personally with Dr. Tom Frieden of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to discuss the response to Zika. The CDC is currently developing tests to diagnose the virus, conducting studies to learn more about the link between Zika
Womack Supports Perkins Act Reauthorization
Congressman Steve Womack (AR-3) released the following statement after the House today passed the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (H.R. 5587), which reauthorizes and reforms the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act to help more Americans enter the workforce with the skills necessary to compete for and succeed in high-wage, high-demand careers:  “As I travel the Third District meeting with job creators, a constant refrain is that there are not enough people with the right skills to fill available jobs.  Instead of forcing students into a one-size-fits-all future, career and technical education allows students to gain the skills they need to access high-demand, well-paying jobs, without the burdens often associated with other educational routes.  I believe this reauthorization is an important step in preparing the next generation for the work force, and I was proud to support its passage.” Congressman Steve Womack



 
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