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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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House Lawmakers: 2018 RFS Levels More of the Same
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Reps. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), Peter Welch (D-Vt.), Steve Womack (R-Ark.), and Jim Costa (D-Calif.) released the following statement on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) finalized rule establishing renewable fuel volumes under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for 2018:  “The RFS has run out of gas, but that hasn’t stopped the EPA from once again acting to prop up the ethanol industry. The 2018 volumes announced today are more of the same, as another 15 billion gallons of corn ethanol will be added to our nation’s fuel supply next year. Who will bear the brunt of the ethanol mandate? American consumers, food producers, livestock farmers, vehicles, small engines, and even the environment stand to experience the harmful impacts of more ethanol forced into the market. These numbers underscore exactly why Congress must act. Our bill, the RFS Reform Act, is an absolute fix that can begin the needed process of decreasing the burdensome effects
Arkansas Representatives Introduce Legislation to Recognize the Aviation Cadet Museum in Eureka Springs as the National Aviation Cadet Museum of the United States
WASHINGTON– Congressman Steve Womack, along with Congressmen Rick Crawford, French Hill, and Bruce Westerman, today introduced a resolution recognizing the Aviation Cadet Museum in Eureka Springs as the National Aviation Cadet Museum of the United States. Founded in 1994 by former aviation cadet and Air Force First Lieutenant Errol Severe, and his wife, Beth, the museum honors aviators from the 20th century.   After the resolution was introduced, the Arkansas House Delegation released the following statement:  “The Aviation Cadet Museum in Eureka Springs honors America’s aviators who bravely fought for our nation during numerous conflicts in the 20th century. By recognizing the museum as the National Aviation Cadet Museum of the United States, we are paying tribute to these individuals and preserving their commitment to our country.”  The flying cadet and succeeding aviation cadet programs provided pilots, navigators, and bombardiers for our nation’s
Womack Backs Reciprocity for Concealed Carry
WASHINGTON– Congressman Steve Womack (AR-3) today released the following statement after the House passed H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act: “This newly reworked legislation clears up confusion for law enforcement and law abiding concealed carry permit holders while it also strengthens the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). This bill will hold federal and state officials accountable by ensuring they report criminal history records to NICS, without at all expanding the ranks of those barred. Additionally, it will require the Bureau of Justice Statistics to inform Congress how many times a bump stock has been used to commit a crime – an accessory reported to be used in the Las Vegas massacre. I cosponsored this legislation because I believe in protecting the constitutional rights of American citizens to own a firearm, and I understand the vital responsibility to ensure that right is only enjoyed by those who abide by the letter of the law.”
Two-Week Continuing Resolution Passes House
WASHINGTON– Congressman Steve Womack (AR-3) today released the following statement after the House voted in favor of a short-term funding extension:  “This afternoon, I voted in favor of the short-term continuing resolution (CR) that will fund our government through December 22. I have often noted that I don’t like this kind of legislating, and I am disappointed that we have come to this point as a Congress. I prefer we handle funding the government separate from other contentious issues, as originally intended, but the short-term CR is necessary for the House to reach an all-important deal on spending levels, particularly for our nation’s defense. I am hopeful this resolution will give Congress time to establish a path forward to fund the government and avoid a shutdown.”   Congressman Steve Womack has represented Arkansas’s Third Congressional District since 2011 and serves on the House Appropriations Defense, Military Construction-Veterans Affairs, and



 
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