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On July 16, 2015 five servicemen tragically lost their lives in a terrorist attack in Chattanooga. Two years later, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann attended a evening memorial concert to remember the lives lost and issue remarks about the "loving, caring, wonderful..five great Americans." Each of the five servicemen were posthumously awarded the Purple Heart.
Congressman Chuck Fleischmann attended the completion ceremony of the Electric Power Board (EPB) Solar Share project in Chattanooga. The partnership between TVA and EPB will allow Chattanooga to be a valuable new resource for pioneering Smart Grid solutions.
Congressman Chuck Fleischmann joined Secretary of HHS, Dr. Tom Price, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, White House advisor Kellyanne Conway, and others to tour the North Shore clinic operated by CADAS to address the growing opiooid and drug addiction epidemic.
Congressman Chuck Fleischmann joins 253 House Members signing onto a letter urging the chamber's top tax writers to provide a long-term "fix" for keeping the federal Highway Trust Fund solvent instead of last-minute "stopgap measures."
A gunman unleashed fire on GOP Members of Congress during a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game for Charity in Alexandria, VA. A Congressman, two Capitol police officers, a lobbyist and a legislative aide were wounded. Congressman Chuck Fleischmann was present and is safe.
Members of Tennessee's Congressional Delegation, including Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, urged President Trump to quickly approve Governor Haslam's request for a major disaster declaration for the State of Tennessee to help 12 Tennessee counties -- Blount, Cumberland, Fayette, Knox, Loudon, Morgan, Putnam, Rhea, Roane, Sevier, Shelby and Smith -- impacted by severe storms, straight-line
According to reports, both Alexander and Fleischmann had earlier this year stressed the value of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and invited the new DOE secretary to take a tour.
Tennessee Republican Rep. Chuck Fleischmann became the 14th member of the House Clean Energy and Innovation Working Group yesterday.
U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tennessee), who represents the 3rd Congressional District, called it “a great day for Cleveland, Bradley County and the great state of Tennessee.”
"I hope this does bring a little closure to the families," Rep. Chuck Fleischmann told Lee at the event. "But I also hope it forever honors and serves the memories of these fallen heroes — and they are heroes to America."