News from Congressman Westerman

Congressman Bruce Westerman's eNewsletter
Saturday, December 5, 2015

The North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act is an update to U.S. energy policy that’s long overdue. Through passage of this bill, the House seeks to modernize America’s energy infrastructure, update and protect our nation’s electric grid to withstand 21st Century threats, and strengthen America’s status as the leading producer of oil and natural gas. H.R. 8 also seeks to improve energy efficiency, lower electric bills, and make government energy programs more efficient and accountable. I applaud this bill’s passage and look forward to its approval in the Senate.

YouTube: North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act “Long Overdue,” Westerman Says

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Congress hits $281B accord for highways
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: On break, D.C. 6 fish, hunt, take in football
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: $1.1 trillion in spending now focus of 6 in D.C.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Westerman hears Day, Nelson in a musical week
Arkansas News Bureau: House votes to block Clean Power Plan
Arkansas News Bureau: Washington Digest: Congress approves five-year highway bill
Arkansas News Bureau: Washington Digest: House votes for tougher screening of Syrian, Iraqi refugees
Capitol Press: Bill offers hope for forest fuel reduction
Hot Springs Daily: Westerman–The American SAFE Act
Hot Springs Daily: Westerman Votes Aye On House Energy Bill (H.R. 8)
Hot Springs Daily: Westerman Votes Aye On Transportation Bill
Magnolia Reporter: High school students may take part in Congressional App Challenge
Polk County Pulse: Westerman announces Congressional App Challenge
Talk Business & Politics: Congressional Digest: Highway bill clears House and Senate, Tuskegee Airman honored

I was home in Arkansas last week, but my office continues to host Capitol tours for constituents. Pictured are the Bullens of Hot Springs. If you are going to be in Washington and would like a tour, call my office at (202) 225-3772 or visit westerman.house.gov.

Two of my district staffers were in Washington this week for training. Tracy Cross (pictured left with husband Carlton) and Bobby Ballinger (pictured right with wife Meagan) do great work out of the Fourth District's Pine Bluff and Ozark offices. If you are a constituent in need of assistance, district staffers like Tracy and Bobby are available to assist you. Simply call (501) 609-9796 or visit westerman.house.gov.

Dec. 1: Westerman Statement on S.J.Res. 23 and S.J.Res. 24
Dec. 2: North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act “Long Overdue,” Westerman Says
Dec. 3: Westerman Votes for Transportation Bill Conference Report

I enjoyed spending time in Fort Smith Friday morning (Dec. 4) with the Ouachita Society of American Foresters. Thank you for inviting me to speak about the Resilient Federal Forests Act with my fellow foresters.

Nov. 23: Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge slated to Extend the Public Comment Period for the Proposed Habitat Management Plan
Nov. 30: Westerman Announces Congressional App Challenge


It is an honor to be your congressman. Thank you for allowing me to serve the citizens of the Fourth District. 

Sincerely,

Bruce Westerman
Member of Congress

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