News from Congressman Westerman

Congressman Bruce Westerman's eNewsletter 
Friday, August 21, 2015
 

Please join me for a time of coffee and conversation at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope's Texarkana campus (3501 U of A Way) on Monday, August 24, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. ‘Coffee with Your Congressman’ is an opportunity to talk directly with me about the issues facing the Fourth District. ‘Coffee with the Congressman’ is open to the public. For questions about an upcoming ‘Coffee with the Congressman,’ you may visit westerman.house.gov or call my office at (501) 609-9796.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: 'Borrowing' diverts funds to firefighting
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Cotton to donate books to school
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Iran self-inspect deal worries Congress' Arkansans
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Israel trip hardens Iran-deal opposition, Westerman says
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Washington News In Brief
The Kansas City Star: Former Lenexa administrator David Watkins dies at 61
Manufacturing Net: Arkansas Coal Plant To Shut Down Amid EPA Requirements
The Sentinel-Record: Hot Springs City Manager David Watkins has died
Times Record: U.S. Forest Service Spends More Than Half Its Budget Fighting Fires


August 7: Westerman Responds to Reports of Possible White Bluff Coal Power Plant Shutdown
August 17: Westerman: David Watkins Was "Tireless Advocate" For Hot Springs
August 19: Westerman Visits Israel on Fact-Finding Mission

August 10: Burn Bans Spread Across Arkansas
August 11: Protecting Our Military At Home
August 12: Deadline to Apply for FEMA Assistance Aug. 25
August 13: Bruce Westerman on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Vine, YouTube
August 20: Telephone Town Hall (Archived Audio Stream Available Next Week)

It was a pleasure to host Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Congressman Steve Womack, and Congressman French Hill for a tour of Camden's Lockheed Martin facility. The company is bidding for the contract to build the JLTV (joint light tactical vehicle) and is hoping to begin production as soon as possible.

During my travels in the Fourth District, I am given the opportunity to visit small businesses like the Oark General Store, owned by Brian and Reagan Eisele. Businesses like this one employ thousands of Fourth District citizens and are the backbone of local economies.

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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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