News from Congressman Westerman

Congressman Bruce Westerman's eNewsletter
Friday, August 7, 2015

This week began the traditional August recess for the U.S. House of Representatives. Even though it is called a recess, the month of August is no break for Members of Congress.

Since the House went into recess, I have been busy back here in the district touring factories, rehabilitation centers, and retail stores connecting with constituents and finding out their concerns. It is during these tours that I find out the struggles small business owners are facing as a result of an out of control executive branch bent on destroying innovation and entrepreneurship. I hear the stories and see first hand how the decisions made in Washington, D.C., are impacting constituents back home in the Fourth District of Arkansas.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Washington News in Brief
Arkansas News Bureau: Final EPA rule on carbon emissions unveiled
The Arkansas Project: Arkansas PO Enrollment Exceeding Maximum Projections
GateHouse Media Washington Bureau: Washington Roundup
KARK-TV 4: Rep. Westerman Hosts "Coffee with the Congressman"
KTVE-TV 10: Coffee with the Congressman in El Dorado
KTVE-TV 10: Congressman Bruce Westerman Visits South Arkansas
Magnolia Reporter: Westerman visit
Monticello Live: Congressman Bruce Westerman Meets with 30 Local Residents at UAM, Answers Questions - Video
Real Estate Rama: Westerman on Obama Power Regulations: "It Is Time for the Overreach to Stop"
Roll Call: Take Five: Rep. Bruce Westerman
Talk Business & Politics: Congressional Recap: Highway Bill gets approval as Congress heads into recess

Aug. 3: Westerman on Obama Power Regulations: "It Is Time for the Overreach to Stop"

Aug. 4: Bruce Westerman in Warren, Arkansas (Video)
Aug. 5: Vine from Magnolia (Video)
Aug. 6: Vine from Hot Springs' Lowe's (Video)
Aug. 7: Editorial: August Is No Recess

My first Coffee with the Congressman in Malvern was a success. These events give me an opportunity to meet with you to hear concerns and questions. I am also able to share with you the problems I have found in Washington.

During this first week in August, I traveled to many communities across the Fourth District. Here I am in Hot Springs, suited up and ready to meet with employees and customers.

I spent part of Thursday at Mountain Valley Spring Water. It was here I saw how great-tasting Arkansas water is bottled and shipped out to the rest of America.

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Thank you for allowing me to serve the citizens of the Fourth District.

Sincerely,


Bruce Westerman
Member of Congress

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