Economy and Jobs
As a former small business owner I understand firsthand the importance of small businesses to our economy. The government must get out of the way so American workers, families and entrepreneurs can thrive.
Washington has limited job creators with regulations and irresponsible fiscal policies that have weakened our economy, slowed innovation and decreased job opportunities.
With our nation nearly $20 trillion dollars in debt, it is time to find innovative solutions to help balance our budget. We must tackle the fiscal challenges facing our country on every level in order to give future generations a chance for economic prosperity.
In Congress I have introduced legislation aimed to reduce the federal debt and make more responsible spending decisions at all levels of government. Rest assured I will continue to help restore America's middle class and challenge policies that stand in the way of giving Americans the best opportunities for economic success.
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July 29, 2016
Fleischmann to Tour the Dewatering of Chickamauga Lock
Washington, D.C.— On Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Congressman Chuck Fleischmann will visit with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials for an update about the ongoing work at Chickamauga Lock and to observe the dewatering of the old Chickamauga Dam's lock. As a House Appropriator, Fleischmann has worked tirelessly to ensure the lock project would receive the nearly $30 million needed for fiscal year 2016.
On Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Fleischmann adamantly opposes an amendment that would negatively impact the manufactured housing industry. Access to manufactured housing is important to his District and many areas of the nation.
Washington, D.C.— On Monday, April 25, 2016 Congressman Chuck Fleischmann will visit with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ officials for an update and to observe the restart of work on Chickamauga Dam’s new lock. As a House Appropriator, Fleischmann has worked tirelessly to ensure that this project would receive the nearly $30 million needed for fiscal year 2016. Construction on the new lock provides relief for many worried about the condition of the current lock, which was built in the 1930s.
Date: Monday, April 25, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m.