This was another busy week in Washington and in addition to several important
votes and hearings, I had the opportunity to meet with a number of constituent groups and families from Mississippi to hear more about the issues that
impact them, their businesses, and their communities.
I also wanted to share with you just a few of the highlights from the week to keep you up-to-date with what’s going on in Washington!
Jefferson Gathering Congressional-Clergy Town Hall
Earlier this week I spoke to this incredible group of pastors about the importance of faith in leadership, and more personally the part it plays in my
life every day in our nation’s capital.
Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi
jobs and improving utility services across our state.
Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Environment Hearing
policy to ensure the federal government’s obligations to dispose used nuclear fuel and high-level waste can be fulfilled.”
Cyber Security Awareness
Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Hearing
creating jobs, and generating investment opportunities across the country.
Photograph with Participants of the Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (CIPIID)
who are a part of the CIPIID internship program, an initiative that I had the honor to launch on Capitol Hill in 2010 for students with intellectual
I am so honored to have the opportunity to serve you in Washington, and I will continue to do everything I can for you and for the people of Mississippi’s
Third Congressional District.
Member of Congress