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ENG: John Timothy Griffin (born August 21, 1968) is the U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He was a United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas from December 2006 to June 2007, appointed by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Early life and education Griffin was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was raised in Magnolia, Arkansas. He graduated from Hendrix College in 1990, and then spent a year in graduate studies at Pembroke College at Oxford, England. He graduated from law school of Tulane University in 1994. Pre-congressional political career Griffin worked from September 1995 to January 1997 with Special Prosecutor David Barrett and his investigation of former Secretary of HUD, Henry ...
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Griffin Welcomes Ruling: ‘Cornerstone' Is Unconstitutional

Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) issued the following statement in response to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the individual mandate provision of President Obama’s health care law is unconstitutional: “I welcome today's ruling that strikes down the individual mandate provision, the cornerstone of President Obama's health care law. The Court reached the same conclusion as many Arkansans: ObamaCare is unconstitutional at its core and invalid. We need health care reform but not this sort of reform. ... Source: griffin.house.gov

Griffin: Eliminating ‘Duplicative Programs’ ...

Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) sent a letter to the leaders of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, urging them to reduce government spending by eliminating funding for duplicative federal programs. Here is the text of the letter: Dear Sen. Murray and Rep. Hensarling: In accordance with the Budget Control Act of 2011, which became law on August 2, 2011, you, as the co-chairs of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (the “Committee”), must present to the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate legislation to reduce our nation’s debt and to ...

Tim Griffin earns a Koch payday

In a battle between billionaires like T. Boone Pickens and the Kochfamily somebody is going to get hurt. But some people also stand to be helped. Interesting story in Politico about Pickens' legislation to provide tax breaks for the gas industry to encourage, for example, gas-powered vehicles. The Kochs oppose it as a market-skewing bill that creates a favored industry. Anyway, the local angle: The Kochs have been spending heavily, including passing out $14,000 to PACs of House members after they dropped their co-sponsorship of the legislation. One of those favored with a Koch payday ...

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Boozman, Cotton, Griffin Urge Army to Award Purple Heart to Soldiers in 2009 Little Rock Shooting
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator John Boozman, Senator-elect Tom Cotton and Rep. Tim Griffin sent a letter yesterday to the Secretary of the Army urging him to award the Purple Heart to victims of the June 2009 shooting at the Little Rock recruiting center - Privates William Long and Quinton Ezeagwula - based on criteria approved by Congress in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Section 571 of the FY 2015 NDAA clarifies that an attack carried out by an individual will be considered an attack by a foreign terrorist organization (FTO) if the individual or entity was in communication with a FTO before the attack, and if the attack was inspired or motivated by a FTO. The members detail actions and statements by Abdulhakim Muhammad, the man who pled guilty to charges of capital murder and attempted capital murder for the shooting at a Little Rock military recruiting station, that meet the criteria established in NDAA. “Throughout his (2011) trial, Muhammad repeatedly admitted that
Griffin: Government Funding Bill ‘Lowers Discretionary Spending’ to Pre-FY 2008 Levels
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) today issued the following statement after the House passed the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (H.R. 83), which includes full Appropriations legislation and funding for 11 of the 12 annual Appropriations bills through the end of Fiscal Year (FY) 2015, and includes the 12th bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security under a temporary “Continuing Resolution” that expires on February 27, 2015: “During my time in Congress, Senate leadership and the President have blocked many of our attempts to implement long-term reforms and eliminate excessive spending in Washington, further worsening our nation’s debt crisis that threatens future generations. Today’s bipartisan agreement contains important policy changes to rein in federal overreach and provides targeted funding for critical programs. Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters worked hard to defeat today’s bill, but they failed, and the bill we passed low
Congressmen Danny K. Davis and Tim Griffin Lead Bipartisan Effort to Ensure Protections for Work-Learning-Service College Programs
WASHINGTON – On December 3, 2014, Congressmen Danny K. Davis (D-IL) and Tim Griffin (R-AR) introduced bipartisan legislation, H.R. 5787, to ensure tax protections for students attending colleges that require students to participate in a comprehensive work-learning-service program as an integral part of the institution’s educational program.  The conundrum of how best to integrate work and education is as old as the notion of higher education itself.  The Work Colleges – seven higher education institutions in middle America all based on promoting the purposeful integration of work, learning, and service – include Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky; Berea College in Berea, Kentucky; Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois; College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri; Ecclesia College in Springdale, Arkansas; Sterling College in Craftsbury Common, Vermont; and Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.  Work Colleges are narrowly defined in higher ed
Griffin: ‘It Has Been an Honor’ to Serve Arkansas’s Second Congressional District
WASHINGTON – Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) issued the following statement today, his final day serving as the Member of Congress for Arkansas’s Second Congressional District:   “It has been an honor to serve the great people of Arkansas’s Second Congressional District as your Member of Congress for four years, and I am sincerely grateful for the opportunity to represent each and every one of you.  Listening to the views and concerns of Arkansans in order to best represent you has always been my main focus, and I thank all of the hardworking individuals and families I heard from to help me accomplish that goal. Offering high quality constituent services was always a top priority for me, and my office maintained a record of serving Arkansans in this capacity. It was my privilege to:   ·         Answer 145,220 constituent letters; ·         Correspond with 148,699 constituents; ·         Help more than 3,620 Arkansans through casework; and · 

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