This afternoon, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann voted for H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act. After passage, Rep. Fleischmann released the following statement.
This morning, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann questioned Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on the President’s executive amnesty.
This evening, the House of Representatives passed the FY2016 Budget Resolution. After the vote, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement.
On Friday, March 13, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann will participate in an event to celebrate the completion of the Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) site readiness work. This field work includes the extension of Bear Creek Road and the creation of the haul road. Rep. Fleischmann will be joined by NNSA Administrator General Frank Klotz and Lt. Col.
CHATTANOOGA – This Wednesday, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann and the Tennessee Cumberland Waterways Council will deliver an update on the Chickamauga Lock. This event is open to the public, and members of the media are invited to attend the entire event. There will be a question and answer session at the end of the event. Details are below:
WASHINGTON− This afternoon, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann voted against H.R. 240, Senate-passed legislation that does not stop President Obama’s executive amnesty. After the vote, Rep. Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− Today, Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, visited Washington, D.C. to deliver an address to a joint session of Congress. After the speech, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement.
WASHINGTON− Rep. Chuck Fleischmann questioned Secretary Ernest Moniz on the Department of Energy’s proposed budget, and in particular, funding for the critical work done in Oak Ridge.
WASHINGTON− This morning, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann questioned Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Sylvia Burwell, about the failures of Obamacare.
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Last week President Obama delivered his State of the Union address to the nation. I was pleased with the president’s tone throughout his speech and his praise for the critical energy mission that is ongoing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Unfortunately, most of his speech was much of the same rhetoric and failed promises we have heard before.