U.S. Rep. McSally Provides Congressional Update to Business Leaders at Hispanic Chamber Event
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today met 150 business leaders in Tucson to provide a congressional update. The event was hosted by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber--the largest Latino business organization in the State of Arizona and one of the top ten Hispanic Chambers in the nation.
“I am thankful for the district work period this August which provides an extended opportunity to meet with many of my constituents, answer their questions, listen to their concerns, and share my perspective on the latest policy updates from DC,” said Rep. McSally. “These business leaders and I have a shared goal: to build the economic vitality of Southern Arizona. That’s what we spoke about today.”
The Congresswoman answered questions on topics including the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus health care plan, cross border trade, improving border infrastructure, modernizing the Douglas Port of Entry, her seven bills that have already passed the House this Congress, the breach of the sewage line in Nogales, tax reform, investing in workforce development, and preventing a government shutdown. In the last three weeks alone, Congresswoman McSally has had over 60 official meetings and forum discussions with her constituents. She has met with businesses, schools, veterans, advocacy groups on all sides, early learning centers, senior centers, and other diverse groups of constituents in the community.
With Juan Ciscomani of the Arizona Mexico Commission