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  • Jan 20 2014

    Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the great civil rights leaders of our time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Many Americans remember listening to Dr. King as he implored our nation to move toward racial equality and freedom for all.

    His words are still as stirring today as they were in 1963:  “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.  I’m certain Dr. King would take great pride in the progress we have made and would encourage each of us to remain vigilant to the goals of his movement.  Today, we honor his legacy.

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  • Jan 10 2014

    Tennessee Survey

    After five years in office it seems clear that President Obama's policies, both foreign and domestic, are simply wrong for our nation. His economic policies are bankrupting our nation, our debt is increasing at an alarming rate and spending continues to be out of control.
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  • Jan 05 2014

    Obamacare Costs Oneida and Scott County Schools

    One of the problems with enacting a bad law, a law that hasn't been carefully crafted, with free and open debate, and the input of all groups, instead of just one political party is that you frequently get unintended, bad consequences.
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  • Jul 31 2013

    A Message From Chuck

    The U.S. House of Representatives will be dealing with several crucial issues in the coming weeks leading up to the August break. As you probably already know, Republicans in the House have voted over 30 times to repeal Obamacare.
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  • Jul 30 2013

    Welcome to Chattanooga, Mr. President

    We Tennesseans are proud of our state. Those of us who live in the 3rd Congressional District are especially proud of beautiful Chattanooga. We really appreciate the President coming to town to celebrate the businesses that have come to Tennessee.
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  • Jul 27 2013

    Parents Day

    Sunday, July 28 is recognized as Parents’ Day. It may not be the most “celebrated” holiday of the year, but in many respects it should be. Parents' Day recognizes and honors the importance of commitment to family. It is a day when we give special highlight to the importance of the role of parents in their children’s lives. Thank you for nurturing our most valuable treasure - our children.
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  • Jul 17 2013

    Permanently Delay Obamacare?

    I believe that Obamacare should be delayed in its entirety while Americans consider viable alternatives. Do you agree?
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