The greatest Community Empowerment Initiative (CEI) is ensuring that people have the skills necessary to secure meaningful employment that leads to financial independence and the ability to pursue happiness.
Washington, D.C. – Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) along with Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) and Congressmen French Hill (R-Arkansas) and John Lewis (D-Georgia) today introduced legislation that would expand the boundaries of the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.
WASHINGTON – Today, after President Donald Trump released his proposal to balance the budget, Congressman French Hill (AR-02) stated:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The following events on Congressman French Hill’s (AR-02) schedule for Friday, May 12, 2017, are open to the press:
Tour of Green Bay’s Training Facility
10:45 AM CT
1100 E. Broadway Street, Morrilton, AR 72110
Veterans Advisory Council Meeting
11:30 AM CT
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman French Hill (AR-02) announced that this month’s Golden Fleece recipient is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) during an interview on First News with Kevin Miller.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – On Thursday, May 11, 2017, at 6:00 PM CT, Congressman French Hill (AR-02) will host a reception for the 2017 Educational Award Program (EAP) winners. The event will take place at Pulaski Academy in Little Rock.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The following event on Congressman French Hill’s (AR-02) schedule for Monday, May 8, 2017, is open to the press:
Congressional Art Competition Reception
6:00 PM CT
Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E 3rd St, Little Rock, AR 72201
WASHINGTON – Today, the House passed H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act, a first step in fixing the current health care law. H.R.
WASHINGTON – Today, the House Financial Services Committee passed the Financial CHOICE Act after three days and approximately 28 hours of bill mark-up and consideration of amendments.
Educational Award Program (EAP) Ceremony at LISA Academy North
1:45 PM CT
5410 Landers Rd, North Little Rock, AR 72117
Purple Heart Ceremony for Timothy Armstrong (see attachment for more details)
3:00 PM CT
Old Supreme Court Chamber, State Capitol
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Now that the dust has settled from the Nov. 8 elections, it’s time for Washington effectively govern.
LITTLE ROCK - Former state Sen. Stanley Russ of Conway died Thursday at the age of 86, about three weeks after being diagnosed with leukemia.
State Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Conway, said Thursday night in a post on Twitter, "Our community grieves this evening over the loss of Sen. Stanley Russ - one of the best men I ever knew. He was a man God only made one time."
The House Financial Services Committee will see a shuffling of deck chairs among the leadership of its subcommittees in the new Congress as it also welcomes 10 new Republican members.
Officials are mourning the loss of a former Arkansas legislator, Sen. Stanley Russ.
Republican Rep. French Hill said in a statement that he and his wife, Martha, were saddened to learn about the lawmaker’s passing. For two decades, Russ was a “friend and sound advisor,” Hill said.
WASHINGTON -- Members of the all-Republican Arkansas congressional delegation predict Capitol Hill will be a busy place this year, with the Senate reviewing President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet picks and with both chambers working to enact the new administration's agenda.
WASHINGTON -- A congressman from northeast Arkansas will reintroduce legislation to ease trade restrictions with Cuba, and says he's hopeful that barriers to agricultural sales will be addressed early in 2017.
But there's plenty of uncertainty after the Nov. 8 presidential election and the Nov. 25 death of Fidel Castro, the 90-year-old former Cuban president.
Let's hear it for a couple of other congressmen from Arkansas--French Hill of Little Rock and Bruce Westerman from Hot Springs, both of whom made the sensible, responsible and economical decision to stay where they are for now. "Of the 50 offices ... we had to choose from," says Congressman Westerman, "there wasn't any we would give this one up to take. It's in a good location.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - An Arkansan who fought in the Vietnam war had the surprise of a lifetime on Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Almost fifty years after joining the army, a Vietnam veteran finally receives his purple heart.
Bob Sangalli never thought he would receive awards for his service in Vietnam. But his family had other plans in store. "They pulled a surprise on me," explains Sangalli.