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  • The Staff of Rep. Hill Hosting Mobile Office Hours
    Posted in In the News on March 25, 2019 | Preview rr
    Tags: Veterans

    My Arkansas staff are always ready and willing to help serve you. Starting on March 25th, my staff will be holding mobile office hours across central Arkansas for the next two weeks. This will allow those who may not be able to travel to my Little Rock or Conway offices to meet with my team at a location closer and more convenient to you. I am committed to serving you and providing the best support that we can and welcome anyone in need of assistance with any federal government agencies to visit... Read more

  • Lender's 21,000 wrongs outlined
    Posted in In the News on March 5, 2019 | Preview rr
    Tags: Jobs and Economic Growth

    by Noel Oman | March 5, 2019 at 1:54 a.m. | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette The public protection division in Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's office identified more than 21,000 instances in which Arkansans were harmed by Wells Fargo Bank, which said in December that it would pay $575 million to resolve investigations by Arkansas, the 49 other states and Washington, D.C. The investigations grew out of the company's disclosure in 2016 that bank employees, under pressure to reach sales goals, created ... Read more

  • Rep. French Hill: In defense of Egypt's Coptic Christians
    Posted in In the News on December 18, 2018 | Preview rr

    Rep. French Hill: In defense of Egypt's Coptic Christians By Rep. French Hill In 2017, I took up the mantle in support of Egypt’s Coptic Christian population. In America, we are blessed to freely worship and live out our respective faith, but that’s not the case for many around the globe, and it’s especially not the case for Coptic Christians in Egypt. I’ve witnessed this firsthand during my visit to Egypt last year. I introduced resolution (H.Res. 673) at the beginning of this year, which expre... Read more

  • Hill, Westerman get new D.C. office digs; both moving on up to loftier spaces
    Posted in In the News on December 15, 2018 | Preview rr

    Hill, Westerman get new D.C. office digs; both moving on up to loftier spaces By Frank Lockwood With more than 50 House members retiring and dozens of others evicted by voters, the scramble is on for prime office space on Capitol Hill. In the three House office buildings this month, the hallways are a jumble of boxes and upturned furniture. Movers have been working nonstop to make the transition go smoothly. The task must be complete by Jan. 3, the first day of the 116th session of Congress. A f... Read more

  • Boost for AR Agriculture with Congress Passage of Farm Bill
    Posted in In the News on December 13, 2018 | Preview rr

    Boost for AR Agriculture with Congress Passage of Farm Bill By KARK After months of negotiations, the U.S. House on Wednesday followed up the U.S. Senate's action from Tuesday and passed the $867 billion Farm Bill. The bill now goes to the desk of President Donald Trump, who is expected to sign it into law. The bill includes everything from crop insurance to money for rural broadband. All four Arkansas congressmen in the U. S. House of Representatives backed today's passage. "Agriculture is Arka... Read more

  • Rep. Hill's Favorite George H.W. Bush Memory
    Posted in In the News on December 5, 2018 | Preview rr

    Rep. Hill's Favorite George H.W. Bush Memory By KARK Former President George H.W. Bush lies in state tonight at the nation's capitol. Today Arkansas congressman French Hill shared some of his fondest memories of the 41st President. Hill first met George H.W. Bush in 1979 and later served as part of President's Bush's economic team in the early 90's. His favorite memory came in the dark days after Bush lost his re-election campaign. Bush invited comedian Dana Carvey to the White House to do his f... Read more

  • Arkansas officials offer thoughts on the passing of President George H.W. Bush
    Posted in In the News on December 3, 2018 | Preview rr

    Arkansas officials offer thoughts on the passing of President George H.W. Bush By Roby Brock The nation’s 41st president died late Friday (Nov. 30) at the age of 94 after a series of health complications. George Herbert Walker (H.W.) Bush was elected president in 1988 and served one term. He was vice-president for two terms under his predecessor, President Ronald Reagan. He was also the father of the 43rd president, George W. Bush. Bush was born in Milton, Mass., on June 12, 1924. After the Japa... Read more

  • Arkansas political delegation reacts to passing of former President George H.W. Bush
    Posted in In the News on December 3, 2018 | Preview rr

    Arkansas political delegation reacts to passing of former President George H.W. Bush By KATV President Clinton and Secretary Clinton Hillary and I mourn the passing of President George H.W. Bush, and give thanks for his great long life of service, love, and friendship. I will be forever grateful for the friendship we formed. From the moment I met him as a young governor invited to his home in Kennebunkport, I was struck by the kindness he showed to Chelsea, by his innate and genuine decency, and... Read more

  • Nabholz honors veterans who worked with company
    Posted in In the News on November 28, 2018 | Preview rr

    Nabholz honors veterans who worked with company By Jeanette Anderton Nabholz Corporation in Conway recognized its employees who have served in the military and unveiled a Wall of Honor in front of a packed crowd Monday. CEO Greg Williams said it was more of an undertaking than he had expected. “It’s been quite the project,” he said of trying to find every employee who served since the company started 70 years ago. “It was eye opening to see how many of our employees have served our country.” Wil... Read more

  • KBRA’s Key Takeaways from its Inaugural Bank Symposium
    Posted in In the News on November 27, 2018 | Preview rr

    KBRA’s Key Takeaways from its Inaugural Bank Symposium By Business wire NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases a research report on key takeaways from its inaugural Community and Regional Bank Symposium, held recently at the Willard Hotel in Washington, DC. The risk of change was very much in the air despite continued economic expansion and record industry profitability. Midterms probably had something to do with it, as did an actively tightening Fed, with more than ... Read more

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